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Ktunaxa Nation holding Qat’muk update at Tobacco PlainsPosted: July 4, 2012
The Ktunaxa Nation is holding a Qat’muk update on Monday July 16 from 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at the Tobacco Plains Band Hall.
This Ktunaxa Nation Citizen only event will feature a dinner, drumming and presentation.
“We will learn how we got to this point since 1993, what Ktunaxa have done to oppose this project during this entire time, a discussion of strategies available moving forward, and some options for citizens to take action themselves,” notes a Ktunaxa Nation Facebook announcement.
“We encourage you to invite your friends and family to this event! Please also take the time to “like” the Qat’muk Facebook page at www.facebook.com/qatmuk .”
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