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Moose Jaw, Sask., nears closer to its first urban reserve after agreement with Kawacatoose First Nation - Saskatchewan - CBC News

12.7.16

Moose Jaw, Sask., nears closer to its first urban reserve after agreement with Kawacatoose First Nation - Saskatchewan - CBC News: To gain urban reserve status, the agreement needs a governor in council order from the federal government, a process which is expected to take a few months.

"Kawacatoose First Nation is honoured to have a business located in the city of Moose Jaw, a city that has a mayor and council who value strong, forward thinking relationships with First Nations people. This represents a significant milestone for a prosperous and successful partnership that will be recognized throughout Canada," said Chief Dennis Dustyhorn.


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