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Let’s target the real climate culprit – emissions, not Alberta – The Globe and Mail

Harrie Vredenburg is a professor and Suncor Chair in Strategy & Sustainability at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary At times during the recent election campaign, it seemed…

First Nation-owned armour technology company delivering on military contracts – CTV News

November 7, 2019 TORONTO – An armour technology manufacturer that is majority owned by a First Nation community in Saskatchewan is delivering on large defence contracts with Canada and the…

B.C. should demand miners pay cleanup costs up front: Indigenous study – CTV News

November 7, 2019 VANCOUVER — A report is urging British Columbia to get better financial guarantees that mining companies will pay for the mess they make. The First Nations who…

After ransomware attack, Nunavut will reformat all GN computers – Nunatsiaq News

7 November, 2019 “We’re not even looking at what it’s going to cost us,” premier says The Government of Nunavut is collecting the work computers of its employees following the…

Youth rising: Meet 2019’s top 30 under 30 sustainability leaders – Corporate Knights Magazine

November 7, 2019 As world leaders descended upon New York City for the UN Climate Action Summit in September, millions of young people gathered in more than 200 countries on…

Clem Chartier stepping aside as MNC president – APTN News

November 6, 2019 In a major shake-up, the head of the Métis National Council (MNC) has announced he is stepping aside. In a letter to members, obtained by APTN News,…

iPolitics AM: Liberals gather to bid adieu to former colleagues after Scheer survives initial caucus confidence test – iPolitics

Nov 7, 2019 ALSO TODAY: Trudeau meets with Prince Edward Island premier Dennis King — New report on air-taxi safety set for release United they stand, at least for now:…

B.C. regulator says Indigenous communities should have right to set up own utility companies – The Globe and Mail

Indigenous communities should have the right to set up their own utility companies without provincial interference, the B.C. Utilities Commission has concluded. The BCUC – the independent regulator of public…

When it comes to oil and gas in western Canada, it divides Indigenous communities too – National Observer

November 6th 2019 The conference room applause faded as Chief Roy Jones Jr. walked on stage to address the Natural Resource Summit, hosted by the National Coalition of Chiefs. “I…

Peel to vote on formal Indigenous land acknowledgement – mississauga.com

The Region of Peel’s Diversity, Equity and Anti-Racism Committee will vote Thursday, Nov. 7 on whether or not all their public proceedings should open with a formal, Indigenous land acknowledgement.…

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