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Métis Traditional Land Use Study & Métis Consultation on Alberta’s Industrial Heartland
The Métis Nation of Alberta is studying its peoples’ cultural and traditional land use knowledge to help strengthen our Aboriginal rights.
‘Upgrader Alley’ projects in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland require consultation with the Métis community.Therfore, the MNA needs input from its members on a new Métis Consultation Policy.
The MNA Zones 2 & 4 welcome its members to come share their knowledge of the Heartland area and learn more about these initiatives. Please join us.
Métis Nation of Alberta – Open House
March 5, 2009, 5:00pm to 9:00pm
AT Royal Canadian Legion, Smoky Lake, AB
4612 McDougal Drive
DINNER provided (please RSVP)
¥ Review of the Traditional Land Use Study methodology
¥ Developing a Métis Consultation Policy
¥ Pending projects for the Industrial Heartland
¥ Open floor – members sharing their traditional knowledge
For inquiries and to confirm your attendance, please contact Kris Gladue, Project Coordinator at 780-944-9288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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