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The Lake St. Martin First Nation in Manitoba was forced to evacuate due to flooding last spring.
Grand Chief: No shutting down northern reserves in territories we’ve lived in for “thousands of years”
A Manitoba grand chief who represents 30 northern First Nations says First Nations people in northern communities don’t want to move away from lands they’ve inhabited for “thousands of years.”
he Innu people in Labrador have a new agreement with the provincial and federal governments.
The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs is criticizing plans by the province to dig a drainage channel at the end of Lake Winnipeg.
A First Nation displaced by flooding continues to fight not only for new homes, but also new land.
After months of trying to negotiate for a new home, a Manitoba reserve is taking their future into their own hands.
Once again, flooding forced residents of Lake St. Martin from their homes this spring.
While one side of Manitoba is starting to see an end in sight for flooding, the other continues to watch levels rise.