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More progress made on Freedom Road – Dryden Now

The community of Shoal Lake #40 First Nation is celebrating the progress made on Freedom Road. Kenora MP Bob Nault joined community members and Chief Erwin Redsky last week for…

GNWT plan for limited airlift to western Nunavut prompts calls for Hercules – Nunatsiaq News

October 16, 2018 “We’re not going to bring in the large vehicles” CAMBRIDGE BAY—Cambridge Bay residents reacted with anger and disbelief when they learned last night that large vehicles and…

All-season road to N.W.T.’s proposed Prairie Creek Mine approved – CBC

Company plans to begin construction next winter Oct 16, 2018 A company working on opening the N.W.T.’s next mine is hoping to begin construction of a 180-kilometre all-season road to…

No cannabis store for Nunavik, but online orders ready to go – Nunatsiaq News

October 16, 2018 Regional organizations meet to discuss legalized marijuana Oct. 17 Quebec’s cannabis stores will open their online order system at 9 a.m. on Oct. 17—the only way residents…

Mohawk lawyer says Gladue case before Supreme Court important for Indigenous women’s fight for justice – APTN News

October 16, 2018 It will be months before the Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision on the case of Bradley Barton, the man acquitted in 2015 of first-degree murder…

Sask. First Nation ‘not prepared’ to recognize government jurisdiction over cannabis – CBC

Under the Cannabis Act, federal, provincial and territorial governments control sales and production Oct 15, 2018 There won’t be any grand openings for pot shops Wednesday on the Sakimay First…

US Cda Cannabis – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Oct 16, 2018 WASHINGTON – An American cannabis producer is warning President Donald Trump that Canada is poised to dominate the North American marijuana industry…

Police looking into complaint alleging ‘financial irregularities,’ FSIN vice-chief says – StarPhoenix

Kim Jonathan says there should be a forensic audit of the FSIN’s books. October 16, 2018 Saskatoon police have spent the last 11 months investigating a complaint alleging “financial irregularities”…

Peguis First Nation a partner in what may be Manitoba’s biggest cannabis cultivation facility – CBC

Winnipeg facility expected to employ 150-200 people Oct 16, 2018 One First Nation is preparing to be a major player in Manitoba’s cannabis industry and hopes to provide jobs for…

Change of Direction Required-Case Comment on Mikisew – NetNewsLedger

16 October 2018 Last week the Supreme Court of Canada released its much-awaited decision in Mikisew Cree First Nation v. Canada (Governor General in Council), 2018 SCC 40. The Court…

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