SK First Nation becomes first On-reserve Habitat for Humanity build


Last updated 7/19/2016 at 3:34pm

WINNIPEG, MB (CNW)—Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Regional Chief for Manitoba Kevin Hart congratulated Flying Dust First Nation in Saskatchewan and Habitat for Humanity on the achievement of the First On-reserve Habitat for Humanity build. This 10-unit Elders lodge should open the way for other First Nations to consider working with Habitat for Humanity on similar projects.

“On behalf of the AFN, I congratulate Flying Dust First Nation Chief Richard Gladue, the Council members, the citizens and Habitat for Humanity on this achievement. Addressing First Nations housing shortages requir...

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