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M’Chigeeng to gain control over land management, resources and environment – Manitoulin Expositor

27 Sep 2013 M’CHIGEENG—The Government of Canada has announced that 28 more First Nations, including the M’Chigeeng First Nation, will begin unlocking the economic potential of First Nation land by…

First Nations angry over being shut out of CNRL plan to drain lake … – Edmonton Journal

First Nations angry over being shut out of CNRL plan to drain lake, contain leaking bitumen Bands concerned about environmental impact on traditional lands SEPTEMBER 26, 2013 EDMONTON – First…

Expect legal battle if Ottawa forces pipelines through, UBC legal expert warns – Vancouver Sun

Gordon Christie says Harper government has not satisfied the legal requirement for consulting B.C. First Nations SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 Ottawa and B.C. First Nations will be tied up in a…

First Nations must speak for themselves, nuclear hearing told – Toronto Star

OPG relied too heavily on Kincardine council’s support, federal panel told. Sep 25 2013 Ontario Power Generation relied too much on the support of Kincardine town council when the company…

Saskatchewan First Nation buys workboots, cuts welfare rate – CBC.ca

Little Pine First Nation has slashed social assistance cases by 1/3 Sep 25, 2013 A Saskatchewan First Nation that put workboots on its members and transported them to the city…

Delays by First Nations groups could kill development plans, minister says – The Globe and Mail

Sep. 25 2013 Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver, whose government is pushing hard this fall to get support from First Nations, said he is worried opportunities for “billions of dollars”…

Kill Northern Gateway now, First Nations leaders say amid ad campaign – The Globe and Mail

Sep. 23 2013 Coastal First Nations in British Columbia have aimed an anti-oil tanker campaign directly at Prime Minister Stephen Harper in an apparent attempt to counter a federal push…

Unleashing the power of the north – Financial Post

23/09/13 The health of the Canadian economy relies on the development and operation of a vigorous resource sector. As the country forges into the 21st century, eyes are increasingly turning…

Tahltan’s Sacred Headwaters defence has deep roots – Science Matters

September 19, 2013 Few places on our planet have been unaffected by humans. Satellite images taken from hundreds of kilometres above Earth reveal a world irrevocably changed by our land…

Phil Fontaine wins business award – Vancouver Sun

September 24, 2013 Phil Fontaine is this year’s recipient of the Award for Excellence in Aboriginal Relations from the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. Fontaine served three terms as national…

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