For more than 30 years, northern leaders have been pushing to have an all-weather road built for Wollaston Lake and Hatchet Lake Dene Nation. The Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) says if built, it would serve as a lifeline to the more than 1,500 people living there. “A lot of times we do feel like we are forgotten living in the north with all the challenges that we have,” said Joseph Tsannie, Vice Chief of PAGC who is also from Hatchet Lake. On Thursday, northern leaders renewed their calls on the road meeting with Premier Scott Moe and various ministers at the legislative building.
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Source: CTV News Regina