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Court rules out lower Hydro rate for First Nations

PUB exceeded jurisdiction, judge says

John Woods / The Canadian Press files</p><p>“This decision by the court not only goes against the letter and principle of substantive equality, it also goes against the spirit and intent of this legal and social concept as it relates to First Nations,” Grand Chief Arlen Dumas said.</p></p>

John Woods / The Canadian Press files

“This decision by the court not only goes against the letter and principle of substantive equality, it also goes against the spirit and intent of this legal and social concept as it relates to First Nations,” Grand Chief Arlen Dumas said.

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