December 12, 2018

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Manitoba Métis Federation will wait a week to launch legal action

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MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>Manitoba Metis Federation president David Chartrand says he will, reluctantly, give the provincial government another week to re-instate the $67.5-million deal it had reached with Manitoba Hydro before the federation will pursue legal action.</p>

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Manitoba Metis Federation president David Chartrand says he will, reluctantly, give the provincial government another week to re-instate the $67.5-million deal it had reached with Manitoba Hydro before the federation will pursue legal action.

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