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Is the Northern Gateway truce ‘much ado about nothing’? – Alberta Oil Magazine

Why Clark and Redford’s truce on the Northern Gateway makes for interesting political theater, but nothing else December 11, 2013 A month before the 2013 British Columbian election that returned Christy…

BC First Nations eye LNG equity stakes – The Globe and Mail

Dec. 11 2013 First Nations leaders in British Columbia are seeking multibillion-dollar loan guarantees from the federal government to enable them to take ownership stakes in various liquefied natural gas…

Letter: Community benefits from hunting in far North – Kelowna Capital News

To the editor: “Dead Polar Bear Picture Fires Up Arctic Storm” It was so disappointing to read this headline regarding the posting on Twitter of a dead polar bear by…

The 10 Most Overused Buzzwords on LinkedIn (Infographic) – Reuters

For the fourth year in a row, LinkedIn has released a list of the top 10 overused buzzwords in its members’ profiles. We’ve changed a lot in a year, apparently. While…

Canada’s housing market most overvalued in the world, Deutsche Bank says – The Globe & Mail

Property market overvalued Canada is home to the world’s most overvalued housing market, Deutsche Bank says in a new study that suggests overvaluation to the tune of 60 per cent.…

Lululemon Athletica Inc founder Chip Wilson to step down, new CEO named as yoga-wear maker tries new management on for size – Financial Post

Lululemon Athletica Inc. has named fashion and sportswear veteran Laurent Potdevin as its new CEO and announced the exit of its controversial founder from his non-executive chairman role as the…

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs slashed by $2M funding cut – CBC

Dec 10, 2013 The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, already operating with half its normal staff, says it has less than four months to figure out how to keep the organization…

Native rights a contentious issue as mining bill passes – Montreal Gazette

Bill 70 adpopted with support of the Liberals and CAQ DECEMBER 9, 2013 QUEBEC — The Coalition Avenir Québec and Quebec Liberals backed the Parti Québécois government Monday night, with…

Labrador Inuit, Paul Martin join forces for chopper deal – CBC.ca

Former P.M.’s investment fund partners with Nunatsiavut Group Dec 09, 2013 Universal Helicopters has been sold to the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies, with the help of a private investment fund…

Nunavut’s most northerly community may get new power plant by 2017 – Nunatsiaq News

December 10, 2013 “We need to rebuild the plant in order to maintain safe, reliable power supply” The Qulliq Energy Corp. is requesting permission to spend $7.9 million on a…

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