Network of Sask. farmers, ranchers open land to Indigenous people to practise treaty rights – CBC

Network of Sask. farmers, ranchers open land to Indigenous people to practise treaty rights – CBC

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‘We’re so used to being persecuted for being on somebody’s land,’ says Fishing Lake First Nation hunter

Jul 16, 2021

Farmers, ranchers and Indigenous people circled around Mary Smillie and her husband, Ian McCreary, as the two farmers erected a sign on their property, opening it to Indigenous land users.

Their grain and livestock farm near Bladworth, south of Saskatoon, is the first in Saskatchewan to post a sign announcing the land is open to Indigenous people practising their treaty rights.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/indigenous-treaty-land-network-rural-farm-1.6104966

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