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Native leaders try to burst into chambers in Ottawa in protest, held back by guards

First Nations leaders gather at Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday Dec. 4, 2012. The leaders, upset with what they view as a lack of consultation over the federal budget bill, attempted to break into the chambers on Parliament Hill.

Credits: ANDRE FORGET/QMI AGENCY

QMI AGENCY

OTTAWA - First Nations leaders, upset with what they view as a lack of consultation over the federal budget bill, attempted to break into the chambers on Parliament Hill.

Guards pysically held back a group of them who had confronted Natural Resource Minister Joe Oliver on Tuesday afternoon.

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