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Feds, First Nations eye first Indigenous self-government agreement in Ontario – CTV News

August 23, 2019 OTTAWA — Negotiations have concluded on a proposed self-government agreement in Ontario that Ottawa says would be the first of its kind if ratified. Indigenous-Crown Relations Minister…

Get Inspired by Indigenous Tourism Leaders at IITC 2019 – Tourismhr.ca

August 21, 2019 The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) has announced programming for its International Indigenous Tourism Conference. The annual event will be held this year from November 12…

Saskatchewan abandons commitment to improve northern airport after crash: chief – OHS Canada

Airport in poor condition, runway expansion needed, says activist REGINA, Sask. (The Canadian Press) — The chief of a remote Saskatchewan First Nation says the province’s decision not to help…

First Nations expect reconciliation to continue after federal election – Fnlngalliance.com

From 1927 to 1951, First Nations people were not allowed to hire lawyers or pursue land claims. Others could be jailed for helping them raise legal funds. Now, First Nations…

Pallister says his government will establish a $20 million mineral development fund if re-elected – Thompson Citizen

August 22, 2019 Progressive Conservative leader Brian Pallister spoke to supporters in Thompson Aug. 22, outlining what his party has done or plans to do to keep the Northern Manitoba…

Corrie Sainnawap’s family still waiting for answers 1 year after Thunder Bay death – CBC

Father says Thunder Bay police told him earlier this year they had a possible suspect in homicide Aug 22, 2019 Luke Sainnawap planted three roses Thursday in the empty grass…

Algonquin Nation declares state of emergency due to over-hunting in Quebec wildlife reserve – APTN News

August 22, 2019 An elder once told Barrier Lake Chief Casey Ratt that, years ago, the area around their community once had a flourishing moose population – as many as…

Indigenous women’s business program lands $1.4M investment – Northern Ontario Business

PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise to assist women in rural areas to start and scale up businesses The PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise in Thunder Bay is one of nine…

Mosquito First Nation announces three new economic developments – battlefordsNOW

The Mosquito Grizzly Bear’s Head Lean Man First Nation (MGBHLM) has announced three new economic developments. They will embark on starting a home builders and construction company, a security company,…

Trans Mountain gives contractors notice to proceed – JWN

An estimated 4,200 workers expected to be employed on pipeline twinning project by end of this year Aug. 22, 2019 Trans Mountain Corp. has given its prime contractors “notice to…

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