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Kenora Forestry business making progress with First Nations – KenoraOnline

23 September 2013 The Kenora Forestry industry has been struggling for quite a while with not only the restarting of Kenora Forest Products, but to use wood that is located…

Improving Healthcare through Partnership – Net Newsledger

22 September 2013 Partnerships with Aboriginal Groups Help Improve Healthcare THUNDER BAY – Healthbeat – “Through initiatives such as establishing an Aboriginal Advisory Committee, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre…

Tahltan Elders taunt coal mining firm to arrest them

MOUNT KLAPPAN, BC, Sept. 20, 2013 – A showdown between a Tahltan Elder-led First Nations group and a coal mining company in northwest B.C. is getting ugly, as protesters taunt Fortune…

Community Development Fund provides $1 million boost for Yukon community projects

FOR RELEASE September 19, 2013 WHITEHORSE—Nineteen community organizations are receiving more than $1 million in support from the Government of Yukon’s Community Development Fund for projects promoting recreation, health and…

Reclamation of historic mines recognized

VANCOUVER – Two B.C. mines sites were recognized for outstanding achievements in reclamation practices at the Annual BC Mine Reclamation Awards banquet in Vancouver on Sept. 18, 2013. The British…

Questions over flagged cuts to Aboriginal legal aid – SBS

20 Sep 2013 Just before the Federal election, the Coalition announced plans to scrap $42 million from Aboriginal legal aid. The proposed cut sent shockwaves through the legal sector, with…

Elders cleanse Dunghutti land for Pacific Highway upgrade – The Macleay Argus

Sept. 20, 2013 ABORIGINAL elders welcomed construction workers and highway upgrade officials to Dunghutti land on Wednesday. Uncle Blue (Harold Smith), Aunty Zona Moran and Aunty Cheryl Blair carried out…

Former Food Mail program managers clarify Nunavut price survey – Nunatsiaq News

Why has Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada failed to report on the cost of the Revised Northern Food Basket?” September 20, 2013 As former managers of the Food Mail…

Top court agrees to hear case over clear-cutting on traditional lands – Victoria Times Colonist

September 19, 2013 OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear a long-running dispute over clear cutting on a First Nation’s traditional territory in northwestern Ontario. The…

Ministers of finance of British Columbia, Ontario and Canada agree to establish a co-operative capital markets regulator

September 19, 2013 OTTAWA – The ministers of finance of British Columbia, Ontario and Canada agreed today to establish a co-operative capital markets regulatory system and invite all provinces and…

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