Man holds a sign protesting Canada Day and the 150th anniversary of confederation as part of a national day of action called UNsettling Canada 150 which was launched by Aboriginal groups across Canada. Indigenous people across Canada held ceremonies, events and protests, saying there is nothing to celebrate as the country marks its 150th anniversary. On Parliament Hill in Ottawa groups of indigenous people and their supporters reoccupied what they say is their land and are drawing attention to 150 years of racism, genocide, colonialism and a history of oppression of the aboriginal people. (Photo by Creative Touch Imaging Ltd./NurPhoto via Getty Images)