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First Nation working with industry for more control over land

A map shows the territory covered under Treaty 8 from the Department of Indian Affairs circa 1900 (Photo: courtesy Fort Nelson First Nation Lands Department)

For years, Lana Lowe of the Fort Nelson First Nation found that if Government and industry wanted to develop on traditional land, they would go ahead and do it despite opposition.  So she decided to work with industry instead.  She spoke with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata.

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