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Information Radio - MB | Nov 23, 2012 | 6:15

The Sinclair Project - First Nations Want Control of Sagkeeng CFS

The agency charged with investigating Sagkeeng CFS is suing the province and the band chief for political interference. They claim it could prevent them from making sure kids who are in care are protected. CBC Producer Donna Carreiro brings us the details.

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