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U of S professor wins national award – News Talk 650

$100,000 prize for work on aboriginal issues A lifetime of research is gaining national recognition for a University of Saskatchewan professor. Canada Research Chair in Native-Newcomer Relations and professor of…

Aboriginal businesses face growth hurdles – Toronto Star

Apr 07 2014 The vast majority of Aboriginal businesses in Ontario do not have a formal business plan and have concerns about attracting employees with the right skills, says a…

The NICE approach to managing First Nation wealth – Financial Post

April 7, 2014 A three-day forum on Understanding Indian Trust Funds hosted last week by the National Indigenous Council of Elders (NICE) highlighted a real desire for change among First…

Top 10 business finalists announced – StarPhoenix

April 4, 2014 The top 10 finalists in the 2014 Saskatchewan Business Challenge (SkBC) feature everything from cookbooks for kids to agricultural products to smartphone apps. Last weekend in Regina…

Proposed casinos by Saskatchewan native band would break rules: gaming authority – CP

Apr 2, 2014 CUT KNIFE, Sask. _ The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority says two casinos proposed by the Little Pine First Nation would break the rules. The band is planning to…

Nunavut Mining Symposium set to showcase territory’s top industry – Nunatsiaq News

April 01, 2014 Mining in Nunavut poses challenges unlike anywhere else. If you’re up to the task, the Nunavut Mining Symposium, April 7 to April 10, offers a chance to…

One arrested at Maritimes Energy protest in Halifax – The Chronicle Herald.ca

March 31, 2014 One person was arrested after a crowd of protesters descended on a Halifax hotel and disrupted an energy industry event early Monday. About 150 participants at the…

Northwest Territories devolution officially takes hold – CBC.ca

April 01, 2014 The Northwest Territories is gaining new province-like powers today. Until now, the federal government has held on to decision-making power over lands, water and resources. Premier Bob McLeod…

Renewable energy helps people of Dehcho Region reclaim their power – Pembina

March 31, 2014 Kakisa is a small community in the Dehcho Region of the Northwest Territories (NWT) that is surrounded by natural beauty. Protecting the environment and using renewable energy…

Literacy funding slashed – Prince George Citizen

April 1, 2014 Literacy programs are at risk in Prince George due to funding cuts from the Ministry of Education. “We found out last week. We didn’t sense this coming,”…

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