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Partnership with mines, theme of Aboriginal forum – Timmins Press

TIMMINS – Business partnerships were the theme at the Nishnawbe Aski Development Fund’s 2014 Aboriginal Forum on the final day of the Northern Mines Expo in Timmins on Thursday. Shawn Batise, executive…

How a BC native band went from poverty to prosperity – The Globe and Mail

The Osoyoos Indian Band is arguably the most business-minded First Nation in Canada. So what’s the secret to their success? The first thing that strikes you about the Osoyoos Indian…

Northern Gateway pipeline decision could come in many shades of … – Financial Post

Decision day is approaching for one of the most important moves of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s political career — whether to approve the Northern Gateway pipeline — and there is…

BC First Nations urge federal government to implement Cohen … – Business in Vancouver

The Cohen Commission recommended 75 action points intended to address declining fish stocks after conducting a two-year, $26 million study. But the First Nations Fisheries Council of BC (FNFC) said that rather…

Aboriginal entrepreneurship encouraged – Sault Star

This fall they will be in the classroom, but in a few years they could be running their own businesses and employing others. The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB)…

Fast dismisses concerns over delays in finalizing European, China … – Regina Leader-Post

OTTAWA – Only technicalities stand in the way of Canada concluding major trade and investment agreements with Europe and China despite growing unease over long delays in ratification, federal Trade…

Tsawout gear up for Trans Mountain Pipeline hearing – Times Colonist

A small Island First Nation is conducting its own research into the impact of an oil spill and increased tanker traffic as it prepares to participate in the National Energy…

Prep Business Report – CP

The Toronto stock market closed lower yesterday amid pressure from the mining sector and mixed earnings reports from two of the big Canadian banks. Toronto’s S-and-P/T-S-X composite index dropped 47points,…

Former power deputy steps in as Hydro CEO – Vancouver Sun

Critics fear Jessica McDonald has been ‘flung in the deep end’ Jessica McDonald, the power deputy minister in former premier Gordon Campbell’s government, is stepping into the hot-seat position as…

Aboriginal entrepreneurship encouraged – Sault Star

This fall they will be in the classroom, but in a few years they could be running their own businesses and employing others. The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB)…

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