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I am dead. Because it’s 2116. I lived a long life, full of love and activism. I cuddled babies, grandbabies, and great grandbabies. Alongside many brave women and men, I…

Ring of Fire junior: “When will this horse drink?” – Northern Ontario Business

Critics of the province’s announcement in late August to establish an interim board for a Ring of Fire development corporation said it’s too little, too late. Political adversaries of the…

BC aboriginal court workers on strike over unequal pay – The Globe and Mail

First Nations court workers in B.C. are on strike, saying they are paid significantly less than other public-sector staff in similar jobs. The starting salary for the position is $31,800…

Baffin Inuit org flush with Mary River IIBA cash – Nunatsiaq News

The Qikiqtani Inuit Association reports $18.7 million surplus for fiscal 2014 Thanks to an infusion of cash from the Mary River Inuit Impact and Benefits Agreement, the Qikiqtani Inuit Association…

B.C. breaking information act by not disclosing Mount Polley reports: lawyers – Mining.com

Experts from the Canadian University of Victoria?have filed a complaint?with British Columbia’s privacy commissioner, arguing the provincial government is breaking the law by not releasing the latest reports on Imperial…

BHP Billiton signs agreement with Fishing Lake and Beardy’s & Okemasis First Nations – CBC

Mining company to provide training, job opportunities International mining giant BHP Billiton signed agreements with the Fishing Lake and Beardy’s and Okemasis First Nations today. The agreement focuses on developing…

B.C. Treaty Commission Urges First Nations To Resolve overlapping land claims – Huffington Post Canada

10/07/2014 VANCOUVER – Despite the glacial pace of negotiations, the British Columbia treaty process remains a viable option for First Nations to pursue self-determination, says the provincial treaty commission. But…

Federal divestiture of Sydney port delayed by First Nation claim – The Chronicle Herald

October 7, 2014 SYDNEY — An aboriginal land claim over all of Sydney Harbour has put the brakes on the federal port divestiture process and is set to affect transfers…

Aboriginal investment urged – Lethbridge Herald

OCTOBER 8, 2014 Business leaders and some of the nation’s biggest employers have heard the message. By the hundreds of thousands, aboriginal youth are ready to work, says Gabrielle Scrimshaw.…

BHP signs deal with First Nations – StarPhoenix

Pact attached to Jansen Project Oct 8, 2014 Sheryl Kayseas sees the Opportunities Agreement for First Nation participation in BHP’s Jansen Potash Project as an opportunity to create a better…

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