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Ground-penetrating radar detection at Keeseekoose First Nation to be announced

The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous States (FSIN) will hold a press conference on Tuesday morning to discuss Ground penetration radar (GPR) current detection Keeseekoose First Nationthe old residential area of ​​the school.

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Indigenous leaders will attend the reveal on February 15, 2022.

FSIN Director Bobby Cameron will be accompanied by Keeseekoose First Country Director Lee Kitchemonia along with Governor Mary Simon and Federal Crown and Indigenous Relations Secretary Marc Miller.

FSIN stated that due to the sensitive nature of this press conference, support staff will be onsite and virtually available to anyone who needs assistance.

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Announcement will be made at Keeseekoose School Gymnasium starting at 11:00am

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