A former National Chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) has until Saturday to take down his tee pee.
Kevin Daniels has been camped outside of CAP’s headquarters in Ottawa since Sunday.
He’s now being ordered by Ottawa police to leave or he will be removed.
Daniels has been camping in protest against CAP’s current National Chief Robert Bertrand over questions about his Indigenous ancestry.
Daniels said he’ll leave peacefully but he still wants Bertrand’s resignation.