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Giant wind farm proposed for southern Vancouver Island – Globalnews.ca

October 3, 2013 Wind farms may be huge and noisy, but they generate a lot of electrical power – and a large one may be built in southern Vancouver Island.…

Fraser Institute Report: Outstanding Aboriginal Land Claims Prevent … – Huffington Post Canada

10/03/2013 VANCOUVER – The British Columbia and federal governments should settle outstanding aboriginal land claims in the westernmost province to eliminate the uncertainty that prevents industry from investing, says a…

Aboriginal Business Match back for more – Pentiction Western News

October 03, 2013 The Aboriginal Business Match hosted in Penticton earlier this year was so successful that organizers are bringing it back again next year. While the 2012 event in…

Christy Clark warns Canada unprepared for tanker oil spills – CBC.ca

Oct 02, 2013 If a tanker were to spill oil off the coast of British Columbia today, the federal government would not have the resources to handle a large-scale disaster, warns B.C. Premier Christy Clark.…

Aboriginal leaders issue eviction notice to shale gas testing company – CTV News

2nd October 2013 TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – On August 26, a Canadian federal court rejected arguments made by the Hupacasath First Nation that the federal government had a duty to consult…

Aboriginal leaders issue eviction notice to shale gas testing company – CTV News

October 2, 2013 Aboriginal leaders have issued an eviction notice to the company exploring for gas in New Brunswick, saying they weren’t consulted before permits were issued. A new protest…

Barbara Yaffe: On Northern Gateway pipeline we need hard facts, not manipulative ads – Vancouver Sun

What’s a good pipeline fight without competing media buys? British Columbians are witnessing a new donnybrook-of-the-airwaves over Enbridge Northern Gateway’s pipeline to carry Alberta bitumen to B.C.’s coast. Pugilists in…

Canada Goose teams up with Nunavut, Nunavik Inuit – Nunatsiaq News

What do Canada Goose and the Inuit have in common? Here’s the answer: they both make warm clothing. And now they’ve found a way to spread that warmth. It started…

Ring Of Fire Project: For First Nations, Disruption Is Certain, Profits … – Huffington Post Canada

WEBEQUIE FIRST NATION, ONT. — A bald eagle soars from the east between the evergreen branches of an uninhabited island in Ontario’s Far North and swoops in front of a…

BC First Nations take over their own health care services – Vancouver Sun

OTTAWA — The decades-long push to aboriginal self-government in Canada will cross a major threshold Tuesday with a historic, and potentially risky, change in the management of health services in…

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