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Mining framework promises improved First Nations negotiations, but Metis Federation says it wasn’t consulted

Blaine Pedersen

The Manitoba government is touting a new framework for negotiating mining rights with Indigenous communities, while fielding complaints that the Manitoba Metis Federation was once again not consulted.

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