Manitoba First Nation leaders call out provincial

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Manitoba First Nation leaders are calling out the Province of Manitoba’s tabling of Bill 56 that removes the exemption for First Nations reserves, and certain federal jurisdiction areas, from the provincial tobacco control legislation.

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“In a time of reconciliation, this is not a positive stepOntario has said it expects everyone aged 18 and over to be able to book a vaccine b. Bill 56 is the Province proceeding with further steps to usurp First Nations jurisdictionStopping car theft: Data port covers,” said Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) Grand Chief Arlen Dumas in a press releaseThe military wherever it.

“This issue goes far beyond smoking bans as it holds ill-considered constitutional ramifications and sets negative precedence of provinces overstepping and interfering with constitutionally recognized and protected rights of First Nations.”

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