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Trust Engagement

Northwest Angle #33 First Nation

November 2021 – Current

In preparation of Northwest Angle #33 First Nation’s reception of a land claim settlement, this initiative seeks to connect Chief and Council with members of the community to assure that they are making decisions that align with the community’s interests as a whole. This project aims to create a comprehensive engagement program to foster space for open communication, sharing of ideas and feedback, and informed decision making.

The shore of the Northwest Angle #33 First Nation is seen from the back of a boat.

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