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Fundraising efforts underway to build much-needed Indigenous healing lodge in Toronto – APTN News

September 18, 2019 The plan to build Toronto’s first Indigenous women’s healing lodge for women who are in trouble with the law is underway. The shelter was approved by Toronto…

Nova Scotia had secret pact with Northern Pulp to share environmental assessment costs – TheChronicleHerald.ca

The province made a secret agreement with Northern Pulp to pay part of the cost of producing its environmental assessment documents. Furthermore, it contractually forbade Northern Pulp from revealing any…

First Nation says restarting Fort Frances mill could damage other operators – Tbnewswatch.com

Rainy River First Nation is cautioning the MNRF against ‘disrupting’ wood supplies. FORT FRANCES, Ont. — A crack has developed in the efforts of the Town of Fort Frances to…

The Centre Plan is a colossal waste of time, money, public attention, newsprint, and reporter energy – Halifax Examiner

September 18, 2019 A public hearing on the Centre Plan was held at City Hall yesterday, and lasted well into the night. Council will debate the various issues and presumably…

Neskantaga Update – Water Pump Repairs Completed – Net Newsledger

September 18, 2019 THUNDER BAY – NESKANTAGA – Kenora – Timmins – The self-evacuation of people from Neskantaga to Thunder Bay has been completed. Chief Chris Moonias advises that 17…

UN expert calls on governments to work with First Nations on water management – CBC

Says current governance structures not adequate for fixing environmental problems like Lake Winnipeg Sep 18, 2019 A United Nations expert is calling on government officials to partner with First Nations…

Court of appeal tells B.C. to reconsider Trans Mountain environmental conditions – CBC

Squamish Nation and City of Vancouver welcome partial win on court challenge Sep 17, 2019 The B.C. Court of Appeal has instructed the province to reconsider its environmental assessment certificate…

CBU and MUN Grenfell campus collaborate on Indigenous program – Cape Breton Post

SYDNEY, N.S. — An agreement between Cape Breton University and the Grenfell campus of Memorial University of Newfoundland will see the latter deliver its own program specifically for Indigenous high…

WFN leading the way – Castanet.net

Sep 17, 2019 A study of the Central Okanagan’s Westbank First Nation finds the band has used property rights to swing above its weight economically and stimulate prosperity for its…

B.C. government bans cannabis advertising in liquor-licensed establishments, special events – The GrowthOp

“This new policy prohibits the promotion of cannabis on any liquor-licensed premises and at events held under a special event permit” The B.C. government has banned the promotion and advertising…

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