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Canada and Sc'ianew First Nation to launch construction of Community Cultural Centre

| Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada | media advisories

Chief Russ Chipps; council members Sheeba Sawyer and Traci-Lynn Pateman of the Sc'ianew First Nation; and the Honourable Gary Anandasangaree, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, will announce the launch of the construction of a Community Cultural Centre at Spirit Bay.


Eskasoni First Nation and Canada announce new Addition to Reserve

| Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada | news releases

Today, Eskasoni First Nation and the Government of Canada announced the signing of a conditional ministerial order for an Addition to Reserve to the First Nations community. Once the land transfer is completed, 85.5 hectares will be added to the community’s land base. Parliamentary Secretary Jaime Battiste, on behalf of the Honourable Gary Anandasangaree, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, joined Chief Leroy Denny for the announcement.


Leq'á:mel First Nation and Government of Canada reach agreement to right historic wrong

| Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada | news releases

Today, Chief Alice Thompson, Leq’á:mel First Nation, and the Honourable Gary Anandasangaree, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, announced that the First Nation and the Government of Canada have reached a settlement of the Leq’á:mel First Nation’s Klatwaas Colonial Reserve Reduction Specific Claim.


Inuit-Crown Partnership Committee Leaders met in Ottawa to drive progress on shared priorities for building a prosperous Inuit Nunangat

| Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada | news releases

Since the signing of the Inuit Nunangat Declaration in 2017, the Government of Canada and Inuit leaders have continued to meet three times annually and work together through the ICPC towards a renewed Inuit-Crown relationship based on the recognition of rights, respect, and cooperation.


Indigenous and northern climate leaders make international impact at Adaptation Futures Conference

| Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada | news releases

Today, more than 100 Indigenous and northern climate leaders from across Canada joined the international climate change adaptation community in Montreal for the 7th edition of the Adaptation Futures Conference. Throughout the week, more than 1,500 global experts in climate adaptation are gathering at the conference to present their work, discuss emerging and innovative issues, and build networks.


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