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Bad press hurts city economy – The Chronicle Journal

May 8, 2015 Negative publicity through traditional and new media sources can hurt business development in Thunder Bay. That’s according to the city’s Community Economic Development Commission’s CEO Doug Murray,…

For aboriginals, entrepreneurship is the path to economic independence – The Globe and Mail

May. 08 2015 Raven Smith is an entrepreneur, growth strategist, and start-up advisor currently living in Boston. She is a member of the Carcross-Tagish First Nation in the Yukon Territory.…

Nunavik MP’s bill on Indigenous rights goes down to defeat – Nunatsiaq News

May 07, 2015 “An opportunity for the federal government to engage in genuine partnership with Indigenous peoples” Canada’s House of Commons has voted down a private member’s bill put forth…

Closing the Gap Between Aboriginal Business Leaders and Corporate Canada – Huffington Post

May 8, 2015 Last week, we hosted the first of two joint Summits in Vancouver between our organizations, The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and The Canadian Board Diversity…

New Premier tells Alberta’s Indigenous peoples: “I am looking forward to consulting with you and… – APTN

May 7, 2015 New Premier tells Alberta’s Indigenous peoples: “I am looking forward to consulting with you and learning from you” Hopes are high among many of Alberta’s Indigenous communities…

Goliath gold plan up for review – The Chronicle Journal

May 7, 2015 Treasury Metals Inc. has reached an important milestone in the environmental assessment process for the company’s Goliath Gold Project near Dryden. The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency has…

The Notley cabinet: Where her top talents will come from – Calgary Herald

May 7, 2015 Voters vaulted NDP Leader Rachel Notley into power after being impressed by her campaign. Up next, she’ll need to give them a solid first impression of how Premier…

CanNor, Kakivak Association pair up to support Baffin businesses – Nunatsiaq News

May 06, 2015 Nunavut MP says new agreement will help Aboriginal entrepreneurs The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency has signed an agreement with Nunavut’s Kakivak Association to provide support to…

Time to rethink the way we understand First Nations – Net Newsledger

May 6, 2015 First Nations firmly rooted on both sides of the resource development debate CALGARY, AB – BUSINESS – Potential resource developments too often face an unbridgeable abyss, with…

Bill C-51 has potential to scoop up aboriginal rights activists – CBC

May 06, 2015 Anti-terrorism bill a legislative drift net with reach beyond immediate target, writes Doug Cuthand This week the Harper government rammed the anti-terrorism bill through Parliament with its…

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