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Canada Said to Aim to Bolster Aboriginal Pipeline Support – Bloomberg

May 22, 2014 The Canadian government is poised to take another step to boost support for pipelines as it prepares to rule on Enbridge Inc. (ENB)’s proposed Northern Gateway project. Natural…

250 slot machines to be added to Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority casinos

May 21, 2014 18:17  REGINA _ The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority is getting 250 more slot machines for its casinos _ the first additions since 2008. The authority will have 2,120 gambling machines…

Public dollars for Corner Gas movie cover two-thirds of film’s budget – CBC

May 21, 2014 A combination of tax credits, equity investments and direct grants from public agencies are supporting two-thirds of the $8.5 million production budget forCorner Gas – The Movie,…

City report lays out plan for Phase 2 of Winnipeg rapid transit – CBC

May 21, 2014  A lengthy report by Winnipeg city bureaucrats is setting out the size and cost of the rapid transit system’s second phase. Phase 2 would expand the existing Southwest…

Regina stadium design to be unveiled Thursday – CBC

May 20, 2014  Public Open House set to start at 11:30 at EventPlex The design for Regina’s new football stadium will be unveiled Thursday morning, according to a notice from…

Aboriginal youth entrepreneurs program coming to local schools – SOOToday.com

May 21, 2014 NEWS RELEASE HURON-SUPERIOR CATHOLIC DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD ************************* The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB) is one of only ten school boards in Ontario selected to partner…

Prince Rupert entrepreneur awarded for innovation – BC Local News

May 21, 2014 Rick Brouwer is more convinced than ever the region could use a place to nurture regional creativity in the hope that what evolves could turn into a…

Nine ways to overcome creative burnout – The Globe and Mail

May 21, 2014 We have all experienced it: That disconcerting moment when you sit down at your desk and you’re overcome by an uncertain, disorienting fog. I’m not talking about…

Mi’kmaq chiefs, provincial cabinet talk land use, economic … – TheChronicleHerald.ca

May 20, 2014 BISHOPVILLE — Economic development and improving conditions on native communities were front and centre at the fifth meeting of the provincial cabinet and the Assembly of Nova Scotia…

Victoria’s Rock Bay closer to final cleanup – Times Colonist

May 20, 2014 The final $33.5-million contract to build a temporary dam and wrap up a decade-long effort to rid Rock Bay’s land and sea bed of toxic materials has…

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