FSIN chief wants meeting with premiers over seized moose meat
The chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations is calling for a meeting with premiers of Manitoba and Saskatchewan over the right to hunt moose.
FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron said there is a need to discuss treaty territories and rights that have been raised in recent weeks.
On Dec. 15, Saskatchewan officers seized moose meat from two homes on Pine Creek First Nation in Manitoba. The moose was hunted on Pine Creek's traditional territory, which crosses the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border.