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November 15, 2022
TORONTO — First Nations Chiefs, community members, and representatives came together with federal bureaucrats at the Ontario Joint Gathering hosted by Indigenous Services Canada in Toronto on Oct. 25 and 26.
The two-day gathering at the Chelsea Hotel in Toronto was an opportunity to strengthen relationships between the Canadian government and First Nations governments, with a series of Federal and First Nations speakers reporting to delegates. Over 45 participants registered over the two days, with 100 attending virtually.
Ontario Regional Chief Glen Hare shared that these gatherings are vital for nurturing the working relationship with the federal government.
“I know we have a working relationship, but it could be stronger,” he says.
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