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NOMA vice president champions pipeline project – Daily Miner

March 31, 2014 Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association (NOMA) vice president Iain Angus came out in support of the TransCanada Pipelines Energy East Project at the Ontario Energy Board public consultation…

First Nation roll the dice on new Estevan casino – Regina Leader-Post

March 31, 2014 SASKATOON — First Nations officials hoping to build a casino, hotel and convention centre in Lloydminster are placing another bet in southern Saskatchewan. Little Pine First Nation…

Funding boost for native programs – Brantford Expositor

March 30, 2014 The province has announced that it’s spending $6.5 million to double financial support for three health promotion programs run by native organizations, including one with a Brantford…

Ont. ‘on roadway’ to dialogue on resource extraction – The Sudbury Star

March 30, 2014 A lawyer, who has represented both companies and First Nations in negotiating impact benefit agreements, says he’s encouraged by the regional framework agreement signed last week by…

Ont. ‘on roadway’ to dialogue on resource extraction – The Sudbury Star

March 30, 2014 A lawyer, who has represented both companies and First Nations in negotiating impact benefit agreements, says he’s encouraged by the regional framework agreement signed last week by…

How devolution will start a new chapter for the Northwest Territories – The Globe and Mail

Mar. 28 2014 On Tuesday, April 1, devolution becomes official in the Northwest Territories. It has been a long time coming. More than a decade ago, while I was premier…

Nunavut mine brings prosperity, misfortune to Inuit women: report – Nunatsiaq News

March 27, 2014 Pauktuutit, UBC, team up to document impacts of Meadowbank mine on women and families A new report prepared by Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada and researchers at…

Company asks Federal Court to quash minister’s decision on rejected BC gold mine Taseko-Prosperity – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 26, 2014 17:20 By Dene Moore THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ The British Columbia company behind a proposed $1.5-billion gold and copper mine twice rejected by the federal government…

Canada-wide über-study confirms old news on Inuit, First Nations … – Nunatsiaq News

New report compiles, re-packages existing research March 27, 2014 A new compilation of numerous existing studies finds what most northern Canadians already know: nutritious food is expensive in the Arctic…

Feds, First Nations meetings unfair: mining firm – Prince George Citizen

March 27, 2014 Taseko Mines alleges federal politicians and bureaucrats held inappropriate meetings with First Nations leaders prior to rejecting the proposed New Prosperity copper and gold mine. In court…

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