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Footing the Bill: The Supreme Court Weighs in on the Costs of Indigenous Rights Litigation – First Peoples Law

April 15, 2021 The prohibitive cost of litigation is one of the most significant barriers faced by Indigenous Peoples seeking to protect their rights and territories. This year, the Supreme…

$1M in broadcast, digital ads to be awarded to campaign highlighting Indigenous voices – CTV News

April 15, 2021 TORONTO — One million dollars’ worth of Bell Media TV, radio and digital ads will be awarded to a brand with new advertising campaigns “that highlight Indigenous…

Stay the course’: Lawyer urges N.W.T. MLAs to focus on land claims instead of UN declaration – CBC

Apr 15, 2021 Principles pushed in declaration on Indigenous rights already being pursued in claims, lawyer says A lawyer specialized in Indigenous law urged Northwest Territories MLAs to keep focus on implementing…

Baffinland critics question mining company’s commitments as NIRB hearing resumes – Nunatsiaq News

Board is considering company’s proposal to double output at Mary River iron mine Opposition to Baffinland Iron Mines Corp.’s proposed expansion of its Mary River mine didn’t skip a beat…

Indigenous leaders: The protester inside the energy industry – ElliotLakeToday.com

Wiikwemkoong’s Kaella-Marie Earle seeks to lead Canada’s oil and gas sector through an inclusive and renewable energy renaissance If there’s one skill Kaella-Marie Earle takes from her days of protesting…

How Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline is dividing Indigenous lands and people – The Narwhal

As the demand for jobs continues to grow and clash with traditional teachings, friends and families find themselves on opposing sides along the Line 3 pipeline route This story originally…

Majority Indigenous-owned Sukunka Wind Project commissioned – Electrical Business Magazine

April 14, 2021 – The 15-MW Sukunka Wind Project—developed by Saulteau First Nations (SFN) and its partner, Natural Forces—is complete, and is now the largest majority-owned Indigenous green energy project…

If Canada is serious about reconciliation, we need an Indigenous Supreme Court judge – The Globe and Mail

Kent McNeil is professor emeritus at Osgoode Hall Law School. Brooks Arcand-Paul is vice-president of the Indigenous Bar Association. “Not broken, but simply unfinished.” As reflected in this line from…

Tecumseh Community Development Corporation offers financial support to local Indigenous-led businesses during pandemic – Anishinabek News

April 15, 2021 AAMJIWNAANG FIRST NATION— The Tecumseh Community Development Corporation is continuing to offer financial pandemic support to Indigenous-led businesses across southwestern Ontario even after distributing over $1 million…

At committee: Employment insurance, pandemic emergency benefit plan and cross-border economic relations – iPolitics

Apr 15, 2021 Human Resources Minister Carla Qualtrough will offer her — and her government’s — perspective of the state of Canada’s employment insurance program during an afternoon session with…

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