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Resolutions provide MNA with legal options if talks with province, feds unsuccessful

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Two resolutions that passed unanimously at the Métis Nation of Alberta’s annual general assembly this past Saturday gives the organization permission to pursue legal action if necessary. The MNA hopes to move forward in talks with the province for recognition of harvesting rights in southern Alberta, and with the federal government in establishing a process for negotiating a settlement for Métis scrip abuses within Alberta. If neither happens, li
2 months ago·Edmonton, Canada

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Resolutions provide MNA with legal options if talks with province, feds unsuccessful

Two resolutions that passed unanimously at the Métis Nation of Alberta’s annual general assembly this past Saturday gives the organization permission to pursue legal action if necessary. The MNA hopes to move forward in talks with the province for recognition of harvesting rights in southern Alberta, and with the federal government in establishing a process for negotiating a settlement for Métis scrip abuses within Alberta. If neither happens, li

2 months ago
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