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Sandy Bay chief rejects MTS demand for third-party management

Sandy Bay First Nation Chief Russell Beaulieu acknowledges Sandy Bay is $13 million in debt overall --- which he blamed on previous administrations --- and has not paid its share of teachers’ benefits or remitted teachers’ contributions to the Canada Revenue Agency since 2012.

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Sandy Bay First Nation Chief Russell Beaulieu acknowledges Sandy Bay is $13 million in debt overall --- which he blamed on previous administrations --- and has not paid its share of teachers’ benefits or remitted teachers’ contributions to the Canada Revenue Agency since 2012. Purchase Photo Print

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