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Home » Newswire » Two Mi’kmaq First Nations fighting for rights in P.E.I. court – APTN News
by ahnationtalk on January 19, 2018148 Views
January 18, 2018
Two Mi’kmaq First Nations in Prince Edward Island are in court this week to establish their right to be consulted on what happens to land they say they’ve occupied for more than 10,000 years.
And the outcome could have major implications for the Mi’kmaq of P.E.I., and potentially throughout the traditional and unceded Mi’kmaq territory in Atlantic Canada.
They’re challenging the provincial government over its sale of a golf course and resort on Crown land to a private investor.
The province announced the sale of the 325-acre Mill River Resort last February to Don MacDougall, an Ontario-based businessman and founder of the Toronto Blue Jays.
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