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The 2019 federal election roundup – The Lawyer’s Daily

October 17, 2019 With Canadians gearing up for the final day of voting on Monday, we’ve put together a collection of insights we’ve published over the past month or so…

Inuit artists call Elizabeth May ‘hypocritical’ for touting Indigenous rights but opposing seal hunt – CBC

Green Party leader says Inuit-harvested sealskins should be labelled Oct 18, 2019 Two prominent Inuit artists say Green Party leader Elizabeth May is being “hypocritical” by claiming to support Indigenous…

Feds should hammer mine roads through North: Manning – Northern News Services

October 17, 2019 With a new territorial government being sworn and a new federal government on its way in, resource infrastructure projects have been a large topic of discussion for…

Morning Brief: Down to the wire – iPolitics

Oct 18, 2019 Good morning, readers. Only days out from Monday’s election, the Liberals are holding a small, statistically insignificant lead over the Conservatives, with the NDP cresting over 18…

New export advisor hired to help province’s Indigenous businesses – Kamloops This Week

The program began as a pilot project, but was made permanent this past April and expanded to include new export advisors dedicated to supporting Indigenous-owned businesses October 17, 2019 A…

Métis land claim could spark ‘reset’ in relations between Indigenous people and government, says prof – CBC

Ken Coates says negotiation is far better for all parties than expensive, protracted court battles Oct 17, 2019 University of Saskatchewan professor Ken Coates hopes this week’s massive Métis land…

Construction complete on Henvey Inlet wind project, the largest on a First Nation in the country – Sudbury.com

Pattern Energy Group and Nigig Power Corporation announced the completion of the Henvey Inlet Wind power facility on Oct. 15 HENVEY INLET — Pattern Energy Group LP (Pattern Energy) and…

Northern Sask. and Alberta Metis groups pursuing ‘unprecedented and historic’ land claim – CTV News

October 16, 2019 SASKATOON –Metis leaders from northern Alberta and northern Saskatchewan are taking the federal government to court over a 120,000 square-kilometre piece of land spanning both provinces, saying…

First Nation wants N.W.T. gov’t to enforce benefits agreement for oil and gas work – CBC

Judicial review in N.W.T. Supreme Court revolves around plan redacted from court submissions Oct 17, 2019 The Acho Dene Koe First Nation says an oil and gas company that has…

Opinion | Inuit need a federal government willing to work with us – CBC

Oct 17, 2019 Future Arctic policies must be Inuit-led and Inuit-driven, writes Qikiqtani Inuit Association president P.J. Akeeagok is the president of the Qikiqtani Inuit Association, a non-profit that represents…

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