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Globe Climate: B.C.’s Indigenous power producers fear they’ll be short-circuited by Clean Energy Act changes – The Globe and Mail

Good afternoon, and welcome to Globe Climate, a newsletter about climate change, environment and resources in Canada. This past week, United Nations experts have said that land degradation, wildlife exploitation,…

Washington’s NFL team to retire name, logo – APTN News

Jul 13, 2020 “New name and design approach” in the works, team says After pressure from sponsors and advocates followed by an internal review, Washington’s professional football team will retire…

Funding for northern Ontario First Nations harm reduction – TimminsToday

Indigenous Services Canada says it will budget $2.5 million toward the Nishnawbe Aski Nation’s mental health and addiction program OTTAWA — The federal government is committing new funding toward harm…

Northern schools face additional challenges for reopening — and staying closed – Todayville.com

Teachers in Ontario’s northern school boards are sounding the alarm about back-to-school plans, saying the region’s vast geography and sparse population present challenges not considered in southern parts of the…

Busting the myth of opposition to gas and oil by First Nations – The Post Millennial

For those who have paid attention to anti-oil and anti-gas activists over the past decade, or even international organizations, one common tactic is to group all Indigenous people in under…

Aboriginal Law Report July 12, 2020 – First Peoples Law

July 12, 2020 The National Indigenous Justice Summit took place this week. Indigenous people have a plan for achieving true justice. When will Canada act? – Globe and Mail Limit police…

Canada’s resource sector wants to be centred in federal COVID-19 recovery plans – News1130

Jul 12, 2020 VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) — A new push is on by Canada’s resource sector to try to convince Ottawa to start directing more money and policy changes its…

Morning Brief: Push to grill PM over WE at committee – iPolitics

Jul 13, 2020 Good Monday morning. The Conservatives plan to call Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to testify at committee over the ballooning WE scandal. Finance critic Pierre Poilievre said at…

Work Underway On Natural Gas Expansion Project At Saugeen First Nation – Bayshore broadcasting

Construction is underway on a new natural gas pipeline expansion to Saugeen First Nation. The Enbridge project is expected to provide natural gas to 65 homes and 24 businesses, according…

B.C. government and Williams Lake First Nation to sign landmark government-to-government cannabis deal – The Growth Op

“We’re pushing the envelope a little bit by creating our own cannabis law,” Chief Willie Sellars said. “And you’re seeing other First Nations in the province doing the same thing.”…

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