More tipis are set up at the protest camp in front of the Saskatchewan Legislature.
There are now six tipis standing in Wascana Park.
CTV Regina reports, there were three tipis added over the weekend. They represent File Hills Tribal Council, Piapot First Nation and Pasqua/White Bear First Nation.
A fourth was sent by Peepeekisis Cree Nation early Monday afternoon; a fifth was added later in the day.
The original tipi at the Justice for our Stolen Children camp was dismantled last week after police arrested some of the protesters. Three days later the tipi was re-erected on National Indigenous Peoples Day.
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations said on Friday that it will stand with the protesters.
The camp is expecting more tipis to arrive in the coming days.
Government officials have said they will meet with the group and wonder how it will affect Canada Day festivities in the park.
Justice Minister Don Morgan said that the camp is still illegal, and that he expects the Regina Police Service to enforce the law.
According to CBC News, police did not say if there was a plan for the camp to be taken down again but said they were participating in dialogue with all parties.
The camp was set up in February after the acquittals of Gerald Stanley in the fatal shooting of Colten Boushie and Raymond Cormier in the death of Tina Fontaine.