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Talks to end Rexton shale gas roadblocks set to resume – CBC.ca

Premier, Elsipogtog chief look for peaceful end to weeklong blockade of Route 134, SWN Resources Oct 07, 2013 Negotiations aimed at ending a week-long blockade of Route 134 in Rexton…

Ring Of Fire Negotiations: Bob Rae Must Turn Legacy Of Failure Into … – Huffington Post Canada

10/07/2013 MATAWA FIRST NATIONS MANAGEMENT INC. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING — Delegates at this corporate meeting pull up in pick-up trucks, not limos. Leaders sit at the table with elders and…

First Nations issues would be top priority for an NDP government … – The Globe and Mail

First Nations issues would be top priority for an NDP government, Mulcair says Oct. 06 2013 Thomas Mulcair promises that a federal government led by his New Democrats would make…

James Anaya, UN Fact-Finder, Arrives In Canada To Survey … – Huffington Post Canada

James Anaya, UN Fact-Finder, Arrives In Canada To Survey Concerns Of Aboriginal Peoples 10/06/2013 OTTAWA – A United Nations fact-finder is set to take stock of the plight of Aboriginal…

United Nations envoy arrives in Canada to document Aboriginal concerns – MINING.com

October 6, 2013 United Nations’ (UN) special rapporteur on indigenous rights James Anaya, a law professor, has arrived in Canada to survey the problems and concerns of Canadian Aboriginals. “The idea is to get…

Giant wind farm proposed for southern Vancouver Island – Globalnews.ca

October 3, 2013 Wind farms may be huge and noisy, but they generate a lot of electrical power – and a large one may be built in southern Vancouver Island.…

Fraser Institute Report: Outstanding Aboriginal Land Claims Prevent … – Huffington Post Canada

10/03/2013 VANCOUVER – The British Columbia and federal governments should settle outstanding aboriginal land claims in the westernmost province to eliminate the uncertainty that prevents industry from investing, says a…

Aboriginal Business Match back for more – Pentiction Western News

October 03, 2013 The Aboriginal Business Match hosted in Penticton earlier this year was so successful that organizers are bringing it back again next year. While the 2012 event in…

Christy Clark warns Canada unprepared for tanker oil spills – CBC.ca

Oct 02, 2013 If a tanker were to spill oil off the coast of British Columbia today, the federal government would not have the resources to handle a large-scale disaster, warns B.C. Premier Christy Clark.…

Aboriginal leaders issue eviction notice to shale gas testing company – CTV News

2nd October 2013 TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – On August 26, a Canadian federal court rejected arguments made by the Hupacasath First Nation that the federal government had a duty to consult…

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