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Developer signs deals with First Nations groups for ocean power studies – HydroWorld

02/04/2014 Western Tidal Holdings has executed an Investigative Use License Agreement with the Shishalh Nation, allowing the ocean energy developer to explore the development of tidal power projects. The agreement…

Enbridge confident of Northern Gateway approval – The Globe and Mail

Feb. 04 2014 Enbridge is so confident of a favourable decision by the federal government that it is already preparing to launch a procurement process for the Northern Gateway pipeline…

Northern Lights conference puts young designer’s work in the limelight – Nunatsiaq News

February 03, 2014 “I loved just being able to envision something in your head, and then being able to create it” SARAH ROGERS OTTAWA — Victoria Kakuktinniq is eager to…

Inuit art magazine back in print – Nunatsiaq News

February 03, 2014 Inuit Art Foundation launches Kenojuak Ashevak memorial fund After a two-year absence, the Inuit Art Quarterly magazine is back on newsstands. The January 2014 issue of the…

Comment: Taku River Tlingit toss monkey wrench into Tulsequah … – Canadian Mining Journal

COMMENT: Taku River Tlingit toss monkey wrench into Tulsequah Chief project Feb 3, 2014 A lawsuit filed on Dec. 17 by the Taku River Tlingit First Nation could derail plans by Chieftain Metals to…

There’s more behind Arctic shipping than climate change – The Globe and Mail

Feb. 03 2014 There is a continuing debate about the possible emergence of an ‘Arctic shipping boom’ in Canada. Recent headlines outline both cargo shippers’ plans to increase voyages through…

Role of the media and Indigenous voices in reshaping relationships – Nanaimo Daily News

February 3, 2014 A letter to editor, which appeared in the Daily News in March of 2013, was the lightning rod that brought together Vancouver Island University, the City of Nanaimo and…

Canada holds Nunavut consultations on offshore oil and gas drilling – Nunatsiaq News

February 03, 2014 In the wake of one major oil company dropping its plans to drill in Arctic waters off Alaska in 2014, the Canadian government is holding public consultation…

The $3-billion debate over Vancouver’s Jericho Lands – Times Colonist

February 2, 2014 That’s one estimate of the potential value of the ‘surplus’ property if developed The federal government is edging closer to a potential windfall disposal of one of…

Former FSIN Chief says cutbacks are an opportunity, not a setback – News Talk 650

Feb 2, 2014 Dr. Lawrence Joseph was not surprised when he received news of the job cuts within the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN). “It’s been in the wind…

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