The new electoral division includes the majority of the 35,000 members of the Prince Albert Grand Council, says Cook-Searson.
What does PAGC stand for?
PAGC stands for Prince Albert Grand Council (Saskatchewan, Canada)
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Prince Albert Grand Council, which is Saskatchewan's largest tribal council, has an occupancy rate double the national average, and estimates its member communities require 4,000 new units just to meet the off-reserve rate.
We still have the rights we inherited from our ancestors to proceed in this manner," said Brian Hardlotte, Vice-Chief of the Prince Albert Grand Council.
The bands of the Prince Albert Grand Council had pooled their money to invest in real estate, and when the market peaked last year, they sold, turning the initial buy in of $39,500 each into $500,000.
48,000 Prince Albert 306-765-6031 Prince Albert Grand Council.
Aboriginal athletes from across Saskatchewan will be gathering in Prince Albert April 16 to 20, as the Prince Albert Grand Council hosts the 21st annual First Nations Winter Games.