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Settlement Trust Development Planning

Washagamis Bay First Nation

December 2020 – Current

Project entails assisting Washagamis Bay First Nation’s leadership and community with decisions related to Settlement Trust Planning and Implementation, using a variety of engagement tools including decision matrices, community information sessions, focus groups, key-person interviews, and visioning sessions.

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