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Trudeau announces $62.5 million in funding for Saskatchewan First Nation rocked by stabbings

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The federal government is spending $40 million over the next six years. The money will be used to build a new lodge for the James Smith Cree Nation. The funding comes after 11 people were killed in a stabbings in September. The victims' families met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday.
Published 2 months ago · Ottawa, Canada

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