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Mississauga steel sector, Indigenous health research set to benefit from federal cash – iPolitics

Jul 16, 2019 While the synchronized “major” spending reveals at the Davie and Seaspan shipyards are all but guaranteed to dominate the pre-campaign news cycle, there’s also a mid-sized contingent…

National Métis group gave IT contracts to 2 companies linked to policy adviser – CBC

One company was registered as a not-for-profit created to help Chinese immigrants do business in Canada Jul 16, 2019 The Métis National Council (MNC), facing its second federal audit in…

Working with Indigenous communities: eight questions you need to answer – Canadian Forest Industries

July 15, 2019 Whether you are a business, municipality, financial institution, or investor involved in some aspect of mining, forestry, energy, transportation, or many other fields and you intend to…

Tsilhqot’in Nation accuses the B.C. government of acting illegally, back in court to protect land – APTN News

July 16, 2019 The Tsilhqot’in Nation in the Cariboo Region of British Columbia’s interior is back in court Tuesday. The nation is fighting a decades long battle against Taseko Mines…

Morning Brief: Surveys and shipyards – iPolitics

Jul 16, 2019 Good morning, readers. If you needed any more reminders that there’s an election on the horizon, we have the latest take-aways from a Mainstreet Research survey conducted…

The Two Cultures Today: Crisis in Knowledge Translation – FCPP

July 13, 2019 We are nearly twenty years into the 21st century, and we have not overcome what C. P. Snow called the conflict of Two Cultures—the culture of science…

Wide range of research funded through 2019 Chancellor’s Chairs awards – Brock News

Over the next three years, recipients of the 2019 Chancellor’s Chairs for Teaching Excellence awards will contribute to enriching the Brock student experience while having an impact on best teaching…

Feds find New York buyers for Ridley Terminals – BIV

July 12, 2019 The Canadian government has found a buyer for Ridley Teminals in Prince Rupert. But the government only expects to net a profit of about $100 million on…

On the road to Indigenous reconciliation, Doug Ford takes a detour – Toronto Star

July 13, 2019 Bad enough that Doug Ford stood up Indigenous leaders at this week’s Saskatchewan summit with his fellow premiers. What’s worse is how he has snubbed Indigenous people…

RCMP investigation triggered audit of national Métis organization – CBC

Métis National Council’s Minister of Finance David Chartrand says allegations made to RCMP are false Jul 15, 2019 The federal government launched an ongoing financial probe of a national Métis…

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