I think that things like the protection of the environment bring people together. I think that we all have an innate sort of indigenous belief that we have responsibilities to the Earth, whether we’re aboriginal or not. And I also think that many Canadians are fed up with colonialism. I think a lot of Canadians are sick to death of having enjoyed advantages because of the suffering of others. There’s a moral uncertainty that goes with that and I don’t think they want to pass that on to their children and grandchildren.
—Bob Lovelace, jailed Algonquin negotiator