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Mba First Nations Casino

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Mar 5, 2014 10:51 THOMPSON, Man. – Northern Manitoba will be the next area of the province that will be home to a First Nations owned-and-operated casino.…

Northern Gateway taps former minister to mediate First Nations deals

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 5, 2014 13:08 VANCOUVER _ Former Conservative Indian Affairs minister Jim Prentice has been tapped to try and broker deals between Northern Gateway and First Nations opposed to the…

TransCanada makes initial filing for $12 billion Energy East oil pipeline

Source: The Canadian Press Mar 4, 2014 17:52 CALGARY _ TransCanada Corp. has taken an initial step toward obtaining regulatory approval for its proposed $12-billion Energy East oil pipeline. The Calgary-based pipeline giant (TSX:TRP)…

Nunavut MLAs to ponder capital budget, hear throne speech – Nunatsiaq News

March 05, 2014 “Education has been at the forefront of the majority of conversations” Nunavummiut will soon learn how much money the Government of Nunavut plans to spend on construction…

Aboriginal business future probed – Terrace Standard

Mar 3, 2014 A SFU business school is researching the region’s young aboriginal businesspeople. “For entrepreneurs below 40, we’re trying to get an idea of the supports that are in…

Pathways Conference gathers and educates Canada’s Indigenous youth to fill the labour gap in the Trades

Pathways Conference gathers and educates Canada’s Indigenous youth to fill the labour gap in the Trades  February 28, 2014 Edmonton, AB – Pathways: Gathering our Nations’ Youth for Trades is…

Unifor calls for answers now, not just for Saunders, but for all missing and murdered aboriginal women and girls

FEB 27 Unifor members across the country were devastated to hear the news late yesterday afternoon that police had discovered the remains of Loretta Saunders near the Trans-Canada highway in…

Nominations open for the 2014 Awards of Excellence in Nursing

The First Nations and Inuit Health Branch of Health Canada is now accepting nominations for the 2014 Awards of Excellence in Nursing. This award celebrates the dedication, initiative and excellence…

First degree murder charges laid against couple in death of Loretta Saunders

THE CANADIAN PRESS – Feb 27, 2014 HALIFAX _ Loretta Saunders was killed two weeks ago at a Halifax apartment she once shared with two roommates, police said Thursday as they charged the…

Canada agrees to work to prevent fishing in High Arctic until there’s more study

THE CANADIAN PRESS – Feb 27, 2014 Canada and four other Arctic nations have agreed to work toward a deal to block commercial fishing in the central Arctic Ocean until more is known…

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