Federal Government Addresses Border-Crossing Issues for Indigenous People

Thursday, December 13, 2018
Author: 
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada
Source: 
First Nations Drum

The federal government is working to address border-crossing concerns issues between the U.S. and Canada for First Nations people. Border-crossing issues have long been a concern because of the challenges to the mobility, traditional practices, and economic opportunities of First Nations people. The Canadian government is implementing a number of measures to address the border-crossing issues for First Nations.

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