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Alberta government kills commercial fishing industry as stocks decline – Edmonton Journal

EDMONTON – October is golden caviar season in Alberta, right before the whitefish spawn in Lesser Slave Lake’s shallows. But Finnish cruise-goers and gourmands will have to find other roe…

BC needs LNG industry to afford existing government services throne speech – Vancouver Sun

The Clark government cast the industry as “a chance — not a windfall” that will help B.C. “maintain the same world-class services we rely on” VICTORIA — B.C. must develop…

Members leave CBA over Chevron case – Law Times

Some members of the Canadian Bar Association are considering giving up their memberships after the organization decided to intervene in support of Chevron Corp.’s position in the oil company’s upcoming…

Prentice says he’ll revisit contentious Alberta aboriginal policies – Times Colonist

October 6, 2014 EDMONTON – Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says he’ll revisit policies that have led to the “ripening” of a welter of lawsuits and controversies between the provincial government…

B.C.’s anticipated LNG tax expected to dominate debate at B.C. legislature – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 5, 2014 13:36  By Dirk Meissner THE CANADIAN PRESS VICTORIA _ Liquefied natural gas is poised to get top billing during the British Columbia fall legislative session, but the Opposition…

Big Pic Forest receives FSC certification – Northern Ontario Business

A forest management corporation has obtained FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) forest management and chain of custody certification for the Big Pic Forest in northwestern Ontario. The Nawiinginokiima Forest Management Corporation…

Vancouver police refer complaint about Metis groups to federal government – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 5, 2014 12:10  By Steve Rennie THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ A complaint about the Metis National Council and one of its provincial affiliates has been handed to the federal…

Clifford Kokopenace jury roll case goes to Supreme Court – CBC

Manslaughter conviction for First Nations man was tossed after jury roll concerns raised Oct 06, 2014 A case before the Supreme Court of Canada on Monday will determine how far…

The state of the skilled trades sector in Canada – Canadian Metalworking

Apprenticeships up but baby boomer retirements loom In early June, Skills Canada—a non-profit group that promotes careers in trades and technology—hosted the Skills Canada National Competition. This year’s event, at…

Taseko Mines heads to court in battle to get project approved – Times Colonist

VANCOUVER – A mining company that filed two applications for judicial review of the federal government’s rejection of a $1.5-billion gold and copper mine in B.C. will fight for the…

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