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The Office of the Provincial Interlocutor supports qualifying innovative projects that involve practical arrangements and partnerships with First Nations and/or Métis communities.
The Office of the Provincial Interlocutor seeks to be an enabling partner with industry, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities – as well as other ministries across government – to build safe, healthy and vibrant communities.
The Office of the Provincial Interlocutor may provide small sponsorships to qualifying First Nations and Métis community organizations or non-profit organizations to assist with public events that benefit Aboriginal people.
Learn about the Northern Saskatchewan Environmental Quality Committee, which has representatives from 32 northern municipal and First Nation communities that are impacted by northern mining operations.
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