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Quebec, Cree sign historic pact to create new regional government
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24 July 2012
On 24 July 2012 CBC News reported:
The Quebec government and Quebec's Grand Council of the Crees have signed what both are calling a historic agreement which gives the Cree more power over the James Bay territory and its resources. Premier Jean Charest and Grand Chief Matthew Coon Come signed the agreement on what is to be known as the Eeyou Istchee James Bay territory in the national assembly Tuesday. Under the deal, which covers a territory the size of Italy, the municipality of James Bay ceases to exist - replaced by a regional authority to be governed jointly by the Cree and non-natives living in the territory.
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