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2 First Nations near Halifax to vote on potential settlement of 100-year-old land dispute

Jennifer Denny

A group of Mi’kmaq from communities engaged in a multi-million dollar land claim negotiation in Nova Scotia are weighing the implications of a surrender of reserve land set aside for their ancestors.

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