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First Peoples Law Report July 10 – 16, 2024 – First Peoples Law

First Nations Chiefs gathered in Montreal at the Assembly of First Nations Annual General Assembly Assembly of First Nations, Ottawa confirm $47.8-billion deal | APTN News AFN calls for federal…

Cash-strapped First Nation spent at least $4.4M on consulting firm controlled by Winnipeg developer – CBC

July 16, 2024 Peguis First Nation and a real estate business it created paid a company controlled by a Winnipeg developer at least $4.4 million over two years for consulting…

Governments now back LNG projects? – Resource Works

July 16, 2024 The sudden, newfound support for LNG projects in Canada is truly remarkable. What’s all this? Green-leaning governments, federal and provincial, suddenly speaking in favour of liquefied natural…

Province returns key village site in downtown Nanaimo to First Nation – Powell River Peak

July 16, 2024 The Terminal Avenue property, next to Maffeo Sutton Park, was purchased so it could be redeveloped by the Snuneymuxw First Nation. A dilapidated piece of land in…

Indigenous-themed banners banned at Elora community centre – Guelph News

July 16, 2024 Banners depicting the Elora Mohawks logo won’t be displayed CENTRE WELLINGTON – When banners return to the Jefferson Elora Community Centre, those with Indigenous-themed sports logos or…

RainStick Showers soaks up $2.6 million CAD as it eyes expansion in Canada and the US – BetaKit

July 16, 2024 Kelowna, BC-based cleantech startup RainStick Shower has closed $2.6 million CAD in new financing as it looks to scale its water-saving shower system. RainStick’s latest round, classified…

Looking North: Pension funds are key to developing Canada’s critical minerals – Policy Options

July 16, 2024 We need to focus on why, to what end and how our North is both Canada’s greatest investment opportunity and our greatest geopolitical insecurity. Canada needs long-term…

New travelling exhibit at Glanmore National Historic Site – 91.x FM

Jul 16, 2024 The City of Belleville’s Glanmore National Historic Site, part of the Community Services Department, is hosting A Tapestry of Voices: Celebrating Canada’s Languages, a travelling exhibition from…

Blackfoot women had key roles in pre-colonial society – Lethbridge Herald

July 16th, 2024 Before colonialism, Blackfoot women were respected and considered as equal to men. Mary Fox (Mia’nistsitsiiksiinaaki) made a presentation on Blackfoot women last week at Fort Whoop-Up. Fox…

Winnipeg developing supplier code of conduct – Journal of Commerce

July 16, 2024 WINNIPEG – The City of Winnipeg is developing a supplier code of conduct and environmental tools that should be included in construction contracts as part of their…

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