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Simons: In our home and native land, we are all Treaty people – Edmonton Journal

July 2, 2015 EDMONTON – Come summer, I like to sneak onto the fifth floor deck of the Edmonton Journal building to eat my lunch. I love to snatch 15…

What’s the future hold for Shannon Park? – The Coast Halifax

July 02, 2015 Community comes together for Dartmouth “ideas fair.” Shannon Park in Dartmouth is a waterfront ghost town that could one day rise again as a sort of fanciful,…

Environmental assessment of Woodfibre LNG suspended pending consultations with Squamish First Nation – Vancouver Sun

July 1, 2015 The B.C. Environmental Assessment Office has suspended its review of the $1.6-billion Woodfibre liquefied natural gas project to give the proponent time to respond to concerns raised…

Mackenzie Basin Board ministers meet for first time in 18 years – Northern Journal

June 30, 2015 Signatories to the Mackenzie River Basin Agreement met for the first time since 1997 last week to review next steps as transboundary water agreements are being finalized…

New Alberta AFN regional chief says treaties guaranteed resource revenue sharing – APTN

June 29, 2015 The newly elected Alberta Assembly of First Nations regional Chief Craig Mackinaw is ready to tackle his new role starting July 1. Current regional leader Chief Cameron…

Jack M. Mintz: TPP should raze forest protectionism – Financial Post

June 29, 2015 Log export restrictions do not improve economic performance With fast-track approval by the U.S. Congress, President Obama moves ahead with one of his most important initiatives of…

Slocan Narrows Archaeological Project Digs Into the Past – Selkirk.ca

Jun 29 2015 The Slocan Narrows Archaeological Project has returned to the shores of the Slocan River where a group of post-secondary students are discovering important links to our past.…

Mining exploration causing permanent damage in Ring of Fire, Wildlands League says – CBC

Jun 29, 2015 Environmental group takes photos to show landscape is ‘disturbed and disrupted’ Photos released Monday by the Wildlands League are proof that mining activity is causing permanent damage…

LCHS student nominated for Spirit of Youth Award – Meridian Booster

June 29, 2015 A student from the Lloydminster Comprehensive High School (LCHS) was nominated for the SaskTel Aboriginal Spirit of Youth Award. Grade 12 student Jaida Nelson was nominated for…

Mikisew First Nation takes Wood Buffalo concerns to UNESCO – The Globe and Mail

Jun. 26, 2015 Fort Chipewyan’s Mikisew Cree First Nation is appealing to the United Nations to help protect Wood Buffalo National Park from the impact of oil sands development and…

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