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Thank-You

We would like to thank the LDX crew for pick up and delivering the food to Gambler,

also a big thank you to some of the Band and Health staff who came and put all the

food away.

We would like to send a special thank you to Daymon Guillas for blessing the essential workers with

Tim’s treats to make the work day much more pleasant.

Chief and Council

Brandon enters into development, service deal with Gambler First Nation

This news article was originally written by The Brandon Sun and can be accessed by clicking here.

The proposed site for the First Nations Urban Development Area is nearly eight acres at the corner of 18th Street North and Clare Avenue.

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The proposed site for the First Nations Urban Development Area is nearly eight acres at the corner of 18th Street North and Clare Avenue.

 

 

 

 

The City of Brandon has officially entered into a municipal development and service agreement with Gambler First Nation — a historic step forward on what could lead to the city’s first urban reserve deal.

Read more: Brandon enters into development, service deal with Gambler First Nation

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