Lake St. Martin First Nation Homes Sold and Moved, Not Demolished

Close to 20 buildings, mostly homes slated to be demolished after being damaged in the 2011 Manitoba floods at the Lake St. Martin First Nation, were sold and moved after Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Canada paid $1.98 million to have them demolished. Indications are that the buildings were sold by the band’s chief and council, some still with their previous owner’s possessions inside.

CBC News Posted: Apr 24, 2014