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Churchill Keewatinook Aski Member of Parliament Niki Ashton Has Called on the Prime Minister to Move Forward on Indigenous Land Rights.

Ashton noted First Nations Leaders from Manitoba were in Ottawa last week calling on the government to advance Treaty Land Entitlements.  She says they tried to meet with the new Minister of Indigenous Affairs adding when he was appointed he said he had lots to learn and yet he couldn’t bother to walk two blocks to meet with leaders who want to help him understand his historic obligations.  She says this is failing the test so will the Prime Minister direct his Minister to do his home work and will this government stop disrespecting First Nations rights to the land.

             

Avoiding land entitlement the Prime Minister replied he is proud of the work the Minister is doing and noted it was this government who partnered with Indigenous communities to restore rail service to Churchill by giving them ownership to make sure they are empowered in the future of northern Manitoba.

 

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