May 25, 2020

First Nation reach deal with Manitoba Hydro to end blockade, lift injunction

Four First Nations who erected a blockade in northern Manitoba nearly two weeks ago have reached a deal to dismantle it. They were concerned about COVID-19 entering the north through an influx of new workers at Manitoba Hydro’s Keeyask Generating Project. They were served an injunction, which will also be lifted as part of the deal

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