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Edmonton and First Nations sign 'historic' memo
by Candice So
Edmonton Journal Translate This Article
7 July 2012
On 7 July 2012 Edmonton Journal reported:
The City of Edmonton and a group representing 17 First Nations in Alberta have signed a deal that recognizes the city's relationship with the aboriginal population, the first agreement of its kind in the province. While the city signed an Urban Aboriginal Accord in 2005, this memorandum is the first time a city in Alberta has formalized a relationship with a First Nations political organization. Edmonton is home to Canada's second-largest urban aboriginal population.
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