Trudeau attends land claim settlement with Alberta band.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the chief of a southern Alberta First Nation have signed a historic $1.3 billion land-claim settlement which the federal government says is one of the largest of its kind in Canada. Trudeau and Marc Miller, minister of Crown-Indigenous relations, participated in a signing ceremony Thursday with Chief Ouray Crowfoot of Siksika First Nation, its council and community members 150 kilometres east of Calgary.

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