By Michael Oleksyn Local Journalism Initiative Reporter PRINCE ALBERT DAILY HERALD This weekend the Metis Nation, Saskatchewan (MN_S) gathered for the Fall 2022 meeting of the Metis Nation Legislative Assembly (MNLA). At their meeting the delegates to the MNLA unanimously endorsed the stand taken by the MN_S executive and rejected the provincial government’s Saskatchewan First Act. The body is made up of the Presidents of Metis Locals from across the province and the Provincial Metis Council, the MNLA serves as the supreme governing body of the MN_S. “Our MNLA is our legislative body and so I mean we had already taken a stand with respect to Sask First Act but this was sort of bringing it to the assembly and making sure that what we were talking about and what
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