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FSIN hopes to see child welfare, cannabis discussions continue in fall legislature session

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations chief Bobby Cameron FSIN

With the fall session of the legislature underway in Saskatchewan, the chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations says he hopes to see movement on the government’s child welfare file and more inclusive discussions around cannabis sales on reserve. 

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