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#NWTvotes – Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh online candidates forum – CBC

MLA candidates for Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh took questions live online November 18 Nov 18, 2015 MLA candidates for the riding of Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh took questions live on our website November 18…

Educators and aboriginal leaders meet for national forum in Saskatoon – Global

November 18, 2015 SASKATOON – Officials from various Canadian universities are in Saskatoon for a national forum discussing how a number of recommendations could facilitate aboriginal success on and off…

First Nations leaders speak at conference on reconciliation and education – StarPhoenix

November 18, 2015 Education is the key to reconciliation, says Justice Murray Sinclair, chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Other prominent indigenous leaders echoed Sinclair’s words at the University…

Indigenous Affairs Minister begins ‘pre-inquiry engagements’ with families of MMIW – CBC

Nov 18, 2015 Bennett says families have the ‘instincts and much knowledge’ needed ‘to get this right’ Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett has started inquiry consultations with families of missing and…

Manitoulin Island’s Kevin Eshkawkogan named as a Tourism Champion of the Year – Manitoulin Expositor

Nov 18, 2015 ONTARIO— Northeastern Ontario Tourism (NeONT) board member and Island resident Kevin Eshkawkogan was named the Tourism Champion of the Year at the recent Ontario Tourism Awards of…

Nahendeh – A crowded field of seven candidates – CBC

Nov 18, 2015 Will Kevin Menicoche return for another term? Kevin Menicoche is running for another term in Nahendeh, but with six candidates running against him, who will win here…

Aboriginal Issues: Court decision allows aboriginal title claims to be laid against private parties – Canadian Mining Journal

TORONTO – An unprecedented Supreme Court of Canada decision, allowing two British Columbia First Nations to file for damages against aluminum industry giant Rio Tinto, could have dire implications for…

OMB dismisses appeals against Zibi development – Ottawa Citizen

Last Updated: November 18, 2015 The Ontario Municipal Board has dismissed appeals against the development of the Zibi project on the former Domtar lands, saying both the Windmill Development Group…

LNG terminal ‘not likely’ to harm Flora Bank – The Globe and Mail

Last updated Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015 Flora Bank is a resilient area that would emerge unscathed in the event that liquefied natural gas is produced on Lelu Island, a report…

Table set for heated debate on Nunavut Education Act – Nunatsiaq News

Languages commissioner at odds with special committee of MLAs The table is now set for a heated debate on how to change Nunavut’s eight-year-old Education Act, following the release earlier…

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