By Dave Baxter Local Journalism Initiative Reporter First Nations leaders say they want to know why they will not have a seat at the table when Canada’s premiers meet with the prime minister next month to discuss health care needs and funding. A meeting scheduled to take place in Ottawa on Feb. 7, will see the 13 premiers meet face to face with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on health care funding, as provinces and territories look to get a bigger cut of the annual Canada Health Transfer. But during a Monday media conference in Winnipeg, Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) Grand Chief Jerry Daniels gathered with several other First Nations leaders and lambasted both the federal government and the provinces for not inviting any First Nations leadership to the meeting. “We
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