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B.C. First Nations chiefs release compensation for past fiscal year


More than a dozen First Nations chiefs in British Columbia made more than $100,000 in compensation in the most recent fiscal year, according to reports filed under federal transparency rules that are now in their second year.

That puts those leaders at the high end of a compensation scale that ranges from less than $15,000 a year – the reported compensation for the chief of the Bridge River Indian Band near Lillooet – to more than $200,000 for the chief of the Gwawaenuk Tribe near Port McNeill on Vancouver Island.


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