Protesters camped outside the Saskatchewan legislature say they are taking the government to court on August 23rd.
Also named in the application is the Regina Police Service and the Provincial Capital Commission.
Lawyer Dan LeBlanc says 6 people were arrested illegally on June 18th when Regina police enforced an eviction order.
Leblanc says according to police statements, the arrests carried out were to aid in the dismantling of the camp, an action he says is without basis.
LeBlanc says the protesters aren’t asking for money, but acknowledgement of being wrongfully arrested and their rights violated.
The camp was set up in February to protest a number of issues, including racial injustice and the disproportionate number of Indigenous children apprehended by child-welfare workers.