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Kitselas rolls out new film

Kitselas First Nation is unveiling a film March 24 at the Gitaus administration building.

The film, People of the Grizzly: Government by the people, will be the first in a series of community engagements set to unroll in the next few months.

The film is intended to explain to the Kitselas people the importance of self-governance.

Following the film debut, there will be a discussion providing an overview explaining treaty negotiations.

The Kitselas First Nation has been in treaty negotiations for self-governance sinceĀ  1993.

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