May 24, 2024

Saskatchewan transfers almost 3,811 acres of land back to Cowessess First Nation

The Cowessess First Nation in southeastern Saskatchewan has recently been transferred almost 3,811 acres of land back. Chief Erica Beaudin says the land is located in various areas surrounding Cowessess and the land will most likely be used for more farming.

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