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Ottawa, Dehcho First Nations signing deal for 1st Indigenous protected wildlife area

CBC.ca Thursday, 11 October 2018
Ottawa, Dehcho First Nations signing deal for 1st Indigenous protected wildlife areaCatherine McKenna, the federal minister of environment and climate change, will be in the Northwest Territories today to sign an agreement with the Dehcho First Nations to officially protect the ​Edehzhie area.
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