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Horizon Wind not giving up – The Chronicle Journal

November 17, 2015 Horizon Wind is to appeal a provincial decision to deny its application to build a wind farm on the Nor’Westers escarpment. The Ministry of Environment said Monday…

Nunavut high school to deregister low attenders – Nunatsiaq News

November 17, 2015 “Completely removing them from school is damaging to our kids,” Arviat parent Some families in the Nunavut community of Arviat say they’re upset about a new policy…

Aboriginal education forum begins – The Chronicle Journal

November 17, 2015 Former Liberal prime minister Paul Martin is to be among the main speakers addressing a two-day aboriginal forum on educational issues that kicks off today in Thunder…

West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations challenge permits in court – Energeticcity.ca

The West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations are today launching another Site-C dam legal challenge before BC Supreme Court in Victoria. This one will address the legality of the…

Nunavut Arctic College sees fewer grads in 2014, but high satisfaction and employability – Nunatsiaq News

College survey considers potential, investments in community learning centres November 17, 2015 Nunavut Arctic College saw its number of graduates drop by almost a third between 2013 and 2014, a…

Opinion: Why First Nations are fighting Site C in court – Vancouver Sun

November 16, 2015 Today in Victoria, lawyers representing two First Nations will be in B.C. Supreme Court arguing that the provincial government violated First Nation rights by rushing to approve…

Sahtu – Paul Andrew, Yvonne Doolittle, Danny McNeely, Judi Tutcho – CBC

Nov 17, 2015 All 4 candidates running to replace Norman Yakeleya agree: the Sahtu needs an all-weather highway Four candidates are running to replace longtime Sahtu MLA Norman Yakeleya, who…

The fight between resources and environment on Haida Gwaii – VanMag

November 16, 2015 Award-winning Canadian documentary comes to Vancouver. This article was originally published in the September 2015 issue of Vancouver magazine. Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World…

Kanesatake seeks to solidify Indigenous Treaty against Energy East with sacred items – APTN

November 16, 2015 The Mohawk community at the centre of the Oka Crisis is leading plans to hold a ceremony aimed at solidifying an Indigenous alliance against the proposed Energy…

Tsawwassen First Nation launches plans for LNG export plant in Delta, BC – 680 News

DELTA, B.C. – A tiny First Nation in British Columbia could play a huge role in Premier Christy Clark’s billion-dollar plans to grow the province’s liquefied natural gas industry. The…

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