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Rival group eyes railway, port

First Nation and non-indigenous coalition forms to buy Omnitrax assets

MARTIN CASH / WINNIPEG FREEP RESS</p><p>Mike Spence (from left), mayor of Churchill; Christian Sinclair, chief of Opaskwayak First Nation; and Betsy Kennedy, chief of War Lake First Nation, on launch of northern coalition called One North that wants to acquire Omnitrax Canada northern Manitoba assets.</p>

MARTIN CASH / WINNIPEG FREEP RESS

Mike Spence (from left), mayor of Churchill; Christian Sinclair, chief of Opaskwayak First Nation; and Betsy Kennedy, chief of War Lake First Nation, on launch of northern coalition called One North that wants to acquire Omnitrax Canada northern Manitoba assets.

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