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Protest halts Six Nations incinerator trial as waste crisis continues – CBC

Residents skeptical of Nova Scotian inventor’s 30-year-old machine A Six Nations community protest has stalled a band council effort to solve the reserve’s urgent waste crisis using an east coast…

Many small businesses aren’t ready for July 1 start to spam regulations: CFIB – CP

THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Most small business owners aren’t ready for a new anti-spam law that will restrict how they communicate electronically with clients and prospects after July 1, a spokeswoman…

Kenney says Ottawa will go ahead with income splitting, despite critical report – CP

THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ Employment Minister Jason Kenney says the Harper government has no intention of backing away from its income splitting pledge, despite a new report concluding the…

Native Friendship Centre links candidates with jobs – NorthernLife.ca

Every year, hundreds of people walk through the doors at downtown Sudbury’s N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre with the hope they can find meaningful employment. The centre offers a number of…

Northern Gateway pipeline decision could be delayed, says natural resources minister – Financial Post

NEW YORK — The Canadian government could possibly delay an imminent decision on whether to approve the controversial Northern Gateway pipeline from Alberta’s oil sands to the Pacific coast, a…

A noteworthy exchange from question period Wednesday in the House of Commons – CP

OTTAWA _ On Wednesday, NDP MP Nathan Cullen asked Kelly Block, the parliamentary secretary to Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford, about the Northern Gateway pipeline project in B.C. The federal…

Controversial Commons committee says New Democrat MPs owe $1.17M – CP

THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ The NDP is going to court to challenge the verdict of a secretive House of Commons committee, which found New Democrat MPs guilty of improperly…

Nunavut exploration firms enter diversion agreement with public prosecutor – Creamer Media’s Mining Weekly

TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – Two companies involved with exploration in Nunavut on Wednesday entered into a diversion agreement with the Public Prosecution Service of Canada following an Environment Canada investigation of…

Nova Scotia native band to continue to block access to mill’s waste pipe: chief – CP

ABERCROMBIE POINT, N.S. _ Aboriginal protesters in Nova Scotia will continue to block access to a paper mill’s broken wastewater pipe until the province and the mill commit to closing…

Jim Prentice says he’s leader Alberta needs to build Northern Gateway pipeline – CP

GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta. _ Alberta Tory leadership candidate Jim Prentice says he’s the one who can navigate the myriad of challenges to get the Northern Gateway pipeline built to the…

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