Ktunaxa first nation nearing the end of treaty process

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Tonight the Ktunaxa first nation and the Federal government lay out what land is involved in their treaty. The Ktunaxa are in the late stages of the treaty process. The government has offered them 40 thousand hectares of land in parcels stretching from Golden to Castlegar.

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