Chief Poundmaker to be exonerated by federal government

Chief Poundmaker, the legendary Cree leader, will be exonerated by the federal government as part of its efforts toward reconciliation. He was found guilty of treason after the Northwest Rebellion in 1885. To celebrate, the Saskatchewan First Nation that bears his name is unveiling an art gallery dedicated to Chief Poundmaker.

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