December 7, 2019

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Portage Ave. property officially treaty land

SASHA SEFTER / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Chief Glenn Hudson of Peguis First Nation shakes hands with Carolyn Bennett, federal minister of Crown-Indigenous relations, at an event held at the urban reserve at 1075 Portage Ave. to mark the property officially becoming treaty land on Wednesday.</p>

SASHA SEFTER / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Chief Glenn Hudson of Peguis First Nation shakes hands with Carolyn Bennett, federal minister of Crown-Indigenous relations, at an event held at the urban reserve at 1075 Portage Ave. to mark the property officially becoming treaty land on Wednesday.

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