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Morning North | Oct 22, 2013 | 7:56

Serpent River First Nation looking for more control of its economic future

Representatives from provincial and federal governments and non- government representatives from the North Shore region will gather at a lands and economy summit to be held at Serpent River First Nation. We spoke to Chief Isadore Day about the summit.

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