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Together, with First Nations, we will close the current housing and related infrastructure gap.

First Nations and 1 Tribal Council have signed on as members to create an infrastructure funding model that empowers and enables First Nations to deliver the housing and infrastructure services they envision for their land.
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remaining long-term drinking water advisories in 5 communities. Little Pine, Montreal Lake, Lac La Ronge, Okanese, Peepeekisis Cree Nation No 81 and Star Blanket Cree Nation.
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of First Nations people with registered or treaty status on reserves are living in houses that need major repairs. Mold was found in more than half the homes.
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About FNCIAS

First Nations Capital and Infrastructure Agency of Saskatchewan (FNCIAS) was created to support Member Nations in the transition to taking over care and control of on-reserve housing, capital and infrastructure from Canada and close the infrastructure gap in Saskatchewan.

Together, with Member Nations, we are working together to change and improve the economic, social, health, and education disparities faced by First Nations people.

First Nations Capital and Infrastructure Agency of Saskatchewan will support Nations to plan and manage infrastructure assets by pursuing the following objectives:

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