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Network closing gap between First Nation businesses and mining – Northern Ontario Business

Association of Indigenous Mining Suppliers to help link companies and services More mining companies are seeking to do business with First Nation businesses to take care of supplying services. Waubetek…

Indigenous leader seeks NDP nod in Sheila Malcolmson’s former riding – CTV

March 20, 2019 NANAIMO, B.C. – A high profile Indigenous leader in British Columbia intends to seek the 2019 NDP candidacy in the federal riding of Nanaimo-Ladysmith. Bob Chamberlin is…

Nationhood Needs to be Addressed in order to build First Nation Economies and Happy Healthy Communities – NetNewsLedger

March 20, 2019 North Caribou First Nation  – “The highlight of yesterday’s federal budget is that it will be easier for millennials to buy new homes. However, far too many of…

Island built 1,000 years ago by LBN ancestors – Burns Lake District News

Mar 20, 2019 Economic activity and engineering has been happening around Babine Lake for at least 1,000 years, archaeological field research has found. During a presentation on March 14 for…

Entrepreneur uses skateboards to teach Indigenous history – MBC Network Radio Online

Mar 19, 2019 A skateboarder and artist from the Cote First Nation is using his company to educate people about Indigenous history. Michael Langan is of Cree and Saulteaux descent…

First Nations’ logging plans on Saturna Island prove controversial – The Province

Tsawout First Nation members contend they weren’t consulted before logging on reserve land began. Members of the Tsawout First Nation stepped in March 17 to block logging on the community’s…

Land claim deal paves way for improvements in Kitigan Zibi – CBC

First Nation band councillor pleased with deal announced Monday Mar 20, 2019 Major investments could be coming to Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation after a number of land claims were…

First Nation supports B.C.’s plan to require permits for pipeline operators – Vernon Morning Star

Heiltsuk Nation chief says her community’s experience revealed gaps in federal spill response Mar. 19, 2019 A coastal B.C. First Nation that experienced a spill of thousands of litres of…

Marten Falls, Aecon join on solar energy project – Journal Of Commerce

March 20, 2019 THUNDER BAY, ONT. — Marten Falls First Nation and Aecon Group Inc. recently announced they have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore a solar energy pilot…

Federal Budget 2019: Feds Pledge $4.5 Billion For Indigenous Services – Huffington Post Canada

March 20, 2019 There’s also funding to revitalize Indigenous languages. OTTAWA — The federal Liberal government plans to spend $4.5 billion over the next five years to try to narrow…

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