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Half of B.C. residents would say ?No? to Northern Gateway – BiV

Support for the controversial Northern Gateway project has fallen in British Columbia. Almost half of British Columbians (49%) now oppose the project, according to an Insights West poll released July 2. This is up…

Cree film hopes to attract tourists to remote destination – CBC

Nunaaluk was an Inuit community on the Twin and Cape Hope Islands that was abandoned in the 1960’s Cree in the James Bay region of Quebec are hoping a long-forgotten…

Building trust in B.C. aboriginal relations – Globalnews.ca

VICTORIA – An admitted bureaucratic blunder by British Columbia’s government that incensed First Nations at a liquefied natural gas summit called for an immediate “chief-to-chief” meeting to patch things up,…

Canada: Authentically Aboriginal – International Meetings Review

Groups using Vancouver, British Columbia, as meeting destination report attendance increases of five to 15 percent. This popular, multi-cultural, harbourside city is a dynamic business centre set amid old growth forest and…

Crowley appears on BNN to talk labour shortages – MLI

June 30, 2014 MLI Managing Director Brian Lee Crowley spoke with the Business News Network about his concern that Canadians remain far too complacent about a coming tidal wave of labour shortages.…

High court’s title ruling changes aboriginal landscape, says experts – CP

THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ Pipelines. Gold mines. Liquefied natural gas. Coal. Logging. Fisheries. The list of natural resource projects potentially affected by a landmark ruling from the Supreme Court…

Share resource revenue with aboriginals, expert advises – StarPhoenix

The Saskatchewan government should rethink its refusal to share natural resource revenue with aboriginal people, says one of Canada’s top aboriginal constitutional law experts. “It’s in the interest of governments…

Ian Mulgrew: First Nations mistaken in their celebration of Supreme Court ruling – Vancouver Sun

“Welcome to Colonial Courtrooms,” should have been the title of the Supreme Court of Canada’s landmark aboriginal rights judgment. While B.C. natives were busy last week celebrating the court’s affirmation…

Nunavut Inuit org hopes to increase Inuit role in Baffin seismic project – Nunatsiaq News

QIA disappointed that community concerns were ignored The Qikiqtani Inuit Association’s outgoing president says she is disappointed that the National Energy Board approved seismic testing in Baffin Bay in spite…

Mining News: Summit highlights mining the Arctic – Petroleum News

Alaska, Greenland and Canada’s three northern territories share problems, secrets of success at first northern regions conference Geo-political differences aside, the challenges facing those involved in mineral development in the…

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