Troubles continue for Metis Nation of Saskatchewan

The Métis Nation of Saskatchewan has canceled a legislative assembly due to lack of funds, delaying a new election that could resolve financial woes.

The Métis Nation has lost more than $2 million in federal and provincial funding as a result of a disputed election. The government won't recognize Dwayne Roth as Métis president.

The legislative assembly was originally called to schedule a new election that could clear the way for restoration of funds.

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Short of cash, Métis group cancels assembly (CBC 3/10)

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