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Mi’kmaq Blockade – Media Co-op

October 17, 2013 For over two weeks now, a coalition of people including local Mi’kmaq residents, and anglophone and Acadian settlers, have blockaded the road leading to an equipment compound…

Aboriginal entrepreneurs growing, getting support – Windsor Star

Oct 16, 2013 Recognizing that aboriginal business owners are a growing sector across Canada despite having less access to funding and support networks, a new program launched locally earlier this…

Nunavut Inuit org says Qikiqtani needs big review of oil and gas development – Nunatsiaq News

“Not enough known” about impacts to marine wildlife October 16, 2013 The potential oil and gas reserves in Baffin Bay and other Qikiqtani region waters may be huge, but Inuit…

Nunavut shipping firm: basic marine infrastructure needed throughout Nunavut – Nunatsiaq News

“I know it’s not as attractive as a pool. But it definitely is something that will reduce the costs of operating in the North.” October 16, 2013 Marine infrastructure is…

How muskrats are an example of co-operation between Aboriginal Peoples and government in Canada’s North

Canadian Geographic October 05, 2013 When it comes to interactions between Aboriginal Peoples and the federal government, the relationship often seems to be one of conflict. That isn’t always the…

B.C. First Nations protests Kinder Morgan pipeline – CBC.ca

Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Musqueam cross Burrard Inlet in canoes Oct 14, 2013 The Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Musqueam nations and environmentalists crossed Burrard Inlet in traditional canoes to protest U.S. oil giant Kinder…

When does the ‘duty to consult’ Aboriginal Canadians arise? – Troy Media

Indigenous peoples have endured an accumulated history of denial of their rights and title VANCOUVER, BC, Oct 15, 2013/ Troy Media/ – When it comes to upholding the honour of…

Aglukkaq will have final say on controversial Fish Lake mine in BC Interior – The Globe and Mail

Oct. 10 2013 In one of her first tests as Environment Minister, Leona Aglukkaq will give thumbs up or down to a proposed mine in British Columbia that is a…

Reserve expansion proposal raises alarms – Vancouver Sun

October 10, 2013 B.C. municipalities are raising concerns over a proposed federal policy change that would allow First Nations bands to buy land and create satellite reserves anywhere in B.C.…

Northcliff Resources needs cash for Sisson Brook mine – CBC.ca

Company says ‘does not have sufficient funds’ to move forward with Sisson Brook Posted: Sep 10, 2013 Northcliff Resources Ltd. needs an infusion of capital if it is going to…

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