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February 7, 2019 An application to conduct investigative drilling for a sand and gravel quarry in Homfray Channel near Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park has been received by the province…

Scheer calls for ‘full disclosure’ as Trudeau denies PMO ‘directed’ Wilson-Raybould on SNC-Lavalin case – The Globe and Mail

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is denying that senior officials in the Prime Minister’s Office “directed” Jody Wilson-Raybould when she was justice minister and attorney-general to intervene in the corruption and…

Land use planning underway for Yukon’s Beaver River watershed – CBC

Feb 07, 2019 Consultation meetings have been held in several Yukon communities The Yukon government and the?Na-Cho?Ny?k?Dun First Nation are gathering public comments to formulate a land use plan for…

NextBridge East-West Tie Line to Power Economic Growth in Northwestern Ontario – Wawa-news.com

Ontario’s Government for the People is supporting economic growth, job creation and resource development in northwestern Ontario by providing certainty around the construction of a new transmission line between Thunder…

First Nation’s lifetime chief goes to Federal Court to preserve position – CBC

Feb 07, 2019 Community members selected new leaders during meeting on Feb. 3 The lifetime chief of a First Nation in northern Ontario has gone to the Federal Court of…

Fisheries officers needed in Inuvik region, DFO’s new Arctic head hears – CBC

Gabriel Nirlungayuk, regional director of the new Arctic region, began community engagement sessions in Inuvik Feb 07, 2019 The regional director of the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans’?new Arctic…

U of M must resolve conflict with Indigenous community – Winnipeg Free Press

Feb 7, 2019 In early 2014, Kali Storm, the director of the Indigenous Student Centre at the University of Manitoba, was fired. The firing rocked the Indigenous community on campus.…

‘Little Ice Age’ caused by death of 55-million Indigenous people after colonization: study – Globalnews.ca

The elimination of nearly 55 million, or 90 per cent, of Indigenous people in the Americas during European colonization led to global climate change and the “Little Ice Age” of…

Wanuskewin Park seeks global status with new CEO – battlefordsNOW

Feb 06, 2019 A woman with a background in Aboriginal education, human resources and the retention of Indigenous talent will lead the growth of one of Saskatchewan’s most prestigious national…

Proven partnership: Relationship with Indigenous communities vital to NextBridge winning East-West Tie (3 photos) – Tbnewswatch.com

Province had last week issued an order in council directing the Ontario Energy Board to designate NextBridge as successful proponent for North Shore transmission project. THUNDER BAY – The long-cultivated…

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