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Canadians’ future ‘hangs in the balance’ in pipeline debate: Alberta premier- CP

Source: The Canadian Press Dec 1, 2014 19:39 By James Keller THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ Alberta’s premier is urging the country to get behind several controversial pipeline projects linked to the province’s…

General Magnesium Whitney Mine Could Bring 1,000 Jobs To Timmins – Mining Life

Nov 29, 2014 The words talc and magnesium will soon be as much part of the Timmins landscape as gold, copper and boreal forests. General Magnesium Corporation is progressing towards…

Canada’s unfinished business with First Nations is an economic failure – Financial Post

November 29, 2014 “The great themes of Canada are as follows: Keeping the Americans out, keeping the French in, and trying to get the Natives to somehow disappear.” – Will…

The problem isn’t aboriginals as Stephen Harper suggests. It’s us: Siddiqui – Toronto Star

The Harper government is behaving in colonial ways towards our indigenous peoples. “When the school is on the reserve, the child lives with his parents who are savages; he is…

Aboriginal learners building skills for the future – The Daily Courier

November 29, 2014 OLIVER — Seventeen Aboriginal learners in the Okanagan are upgrading their skills and education as they prepare for employment through a community-based education and training partnership between…

Increasing skilled trade career awareness among aboriginal women underway – Daily Commercial News

Dec 1, 2014 Many aboriginal women are unaware of the opportunities that exist in the skilled trades and that needs to change, says a Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC)…

Attawapiskat First Nation must repay $1.8 million, government says – Globalnews.ca

November 28, 2014 OTTAWA – The federal government is demanding the Attawapiskat First Nation pay back $1.8 million after an audit determined the band could not account for the money…

50 First Nations still have not made finances public, nine Sask. First … – CTV News

November 30, 2014 The deadline for First Nations across Canada to make their financial information public was Wednesday, but nine Saskatchewan First Nations still haven’t done so. The federal government…

CBU to host Aboriginal youth interested in business – Cape Breton Post

November 27, 2014 SYDNEY — Students and mentors from the Maritimes and Quebec will gather in Membertou and at the Cape Breton University campus Friday and Saturday to celebrate and…

Ermineskin Cree Nation gas station now employing full aboriginal staff – The Globe and Mail

Nov. 30 2014 The gas station in Ermineskin Cree Nation has undergone a transformation. A new owner has given it a facelift, and the 15-member staff is now all aboriginal,…

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