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Canada’s domestic LNG opportunities abound, meeting told – JWN

Dec. 13, 2019 While Canadian LNG projects have focused on large-scale exports, there is also a tremendous opportunity in Canada for LNG that could replace diesel in remote areas and…

Morning Brief: Scheer to stay on as leader until successor chosen – iPolitics

Dec 13, 2019 Happy Friday (the 13th) readers! Conservative caucus members confirmed that Andrew Scheer will remain as party leader until a successor is chosen in a hastily-called caucus meeting…

APTN inks 3 year deal with Rogers to broadcast NHL games in Plains Cree – APTN

December 12, 2019 APTN and Rogers Communications have negotiated a three year deal to broadcast NHL games in Plains Cree. Six games will be broadcast this season as part of…

Indigenous centre taking shape on Charlottetown waterfront – CBC

Construction underway for building years in the making Dec 13, 2019 P.E.I.’s Mi’kmaq community will soon have a new place to gather, access services, and showcase culture. Work is well…

Arviat’s Kono Tattuinee wins the presidency of the Kivalliq Inuit Association – Nunatsiaq News

12 December 2019 Incumbent president David Ningeongan finishes in third place In an election delayed for two days by bad weather, eligible Inuit voters have chosen Kono Tattuinee of Arviat…

Saultite elected first vice-president of Ontario Municipal Water Association – SooToday.com

Mark Howson was elected in Toronto last week At its AGM in Toronto last week, the Ontario Municipal Water Association elected Mike Mortimer, Manager of Environmental Services for the City…

Celebrating the retirement of a First Nation leader, Mr. Gerry Attachie – Alaska Highway News

December 12, 2019 Congratulations to Gerry Attachie on his retirement! We are proud of Gerry’s hard work and 45 years of dedication as a Chief and a Councillor of Doig…

Ethics law forbids ex-minister Philpott from paid work for First Nation – CBC

Conflict of Interest Act calls for a 2-year ‘cooling off period’ Dec 12, 2019 The federal ethics law has put a crimp in Jane Philpott’s plan to put her experience…

Closing BC’s Indigenous Internet Gap – TheTyee.ca

Up to two-thirds of First Nations communities still lack basic access. To fix that requires more than piecemeal solutions, says one advocate. Thanks to a new law implementing the United…

iPolitics AM: House set to wrap up debate on Scheer’s pitch to add concern over ‘national unity crisis’ to throne speech reply – iPolitics

Dec 12, 2019 ALSO TODAY: Garneau unveils new air passenger protection protocols — Former Liberal cabinet minister talks chemtrails, debt-free money — Aga Khan lobby appeal challenged With just two…

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