First Nations people on both sides of the border in Akwesasne agreed there will be no bridge disruptions to mark Wednesday's day of action.
Akwesasne leaders in Canada and the U.S. agreed they would not convene demonstrations that would result in the bridge having to be closed.
The reasons are a spiritual gathering is taking place starting today at the Mohawk Nation Longhouse, and there were also conerns about students from Akwesasne being able to travelto schools to complete exams.
Akwesasne leadership also want to ensure nothing is done to upset political leadership in Canada that is studying the issue of native treaty rights, which has been brought into the spotlight by recent Idle No More protests.
"Akwesasne leadership would like to acknowledge the grassroots Idle No More movement for their help in calling for action," said a statement from Akwesasne leaders. "It is time for leadership to work together and challenge the Canadian government to take immediate action on these points."