Judge approves $90M settlement for flooded Manitoba First Nations

WINNIPEG — A judge has approved a $90-million payout to residents of four Manitoba Indigenous communities that were flooded out almost seven years ago. The settlement resolves a class-action lawsuit filed by members of the Lake St Martin, Dauphin River, Little Saskatchewan and Pinaymootang First Nations. The lawsuit alleged that members of the four First […]

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Judge approves $90M settlement for flooded Manitoba First Nations
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