March 26, 2019

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Blockade remains as Hydro CEO, band talk

Three sites subject to closure by members

CLARA MCLEOD PHOTO</p><p>The blockade by Fox Lake Cree Nation began after members of the band discovered ceremonial land, adorned with prayer flags and tobacco ties, was destroyed.</p>

CLARA MCLEOD PHOTO

The blockade by Fox Lake Cree Nation began after members of the band discovered ceremonial land, adorned with prayer flags and tobacco ties, was destroyed.

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