Snoop Dogg says Ottawa Senators bid will include equity for First Nations

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OTTAWA — Snoop Dogg shouted out Canada’s First Nations in his ongoing social media campaign to promote his bid to buy the NHL’s Ottawa Senators.

The rapper is part of a bid spearheaded by Los Angeles-based businessman Neko Sparks.

Snoop Dogg posted a video to Instagram yesterday in a recording studio and wearing an Ottawa Senators jersey.

He said in the video that he and Sparks were “trying to do something, trying to make a difference” with the bid.

Sportsnet reports that the Sparks-led bid would include an equity stake for local First Nations communities.

Postmedia says that four groups submitted bids and one of those was at the US$1 billion mark.

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