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PM, First Nations leaders plan to meet again

Prime Minister Stephen Harper participates in a working meeting with First Nations leaders in Ottawa on Friday, Jan. 11, 2013

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After an intense all-day strategy session between a delegation of AFN chiefs and Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Friday, a list of eight points requiring "immediate" action was put forth and acknowledge by Harper in the hopes of quelling the rising tensions coming from Aboriginals across the country.

Some Chiefs are also calling for an end to planned rail blockades and asking for unity between all First Nations. Harper has promised to meet with AFN National Chief Shawn Atleo in the coming days and weeks. Brigitte Pellerin has more.

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