FSIN hopes to see child welfare, cannabis discussions continue in fall legislature session


With the fall session of the legislature underway in Saskatchewan, the chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) says he hopes to see movement on the government’s child welfare file and more inclusive discussions around cannabis sales on reserve.

Chief Bobby Cameron said he wants to see the government start launching more programs similar to what is underway at the Prince Albert Grand Council, which is currently searching for First Nations and Métis families to care for foster children.

The program is designed to keep First Nations and Métis children connected to their roots.

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