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First Nations could influence redrawing of B.C.’s electoral map – Alaska Highway News

“Communities of interest” among Electoral Boundary Commission’s considerations, but what that means is still up in the air Could a significant Indigenous population work to a region’s advantage when it comes…

Indigenous Clean Energy May 2022 Newsletter – ICE

The 2022 ICE Gathering program is now available! We are so excited to be welcoming Indigenous leaders, experts and practitioners, partners, utilities, academics, and governments from across Turtle Island to Ottawa,…

First Nations and Métis Ontario election priorities include relationship building – CBC

May 27, 2022 ‘The magic word here is partnership,’ says Ontario Regional Chief Glen Hare The Chiefs of Ontario and the Métis Nation of Ontario say they want whatever party…

Indigenous leaders gather to share success stories – Global News

May 26 2022 Hundreds of Indigenous leaders gathered in Vancouver to share economic development and job creation strategies. Emad Agahi reports. Read More: https://globalnews.ca/video/8873789/indigenous-leaders-gather-to-share-success-stories/  50 total views…

Canada’s big banks treat Indigenous, visible minority customers unequally: watchdog – BayToday.ca

Pressure sales tactics. Ill-fitted suggestions. Misleading information. Visible minority and Indigenous customers at Canada’s big banks more often received inappropriate treatment from sales staff, part of a wider trend of…

Return of salmon part of Columbia River Treaty negotiations: First Nations – The Nelson Daily

May 26 2022 First Nations are asking for the return of the salmon to the entire Columbia River system as part of the Columbia River Treaty negotiations, including the upper…

Indigenous business pitch contest enters eighth year – Northern Ontario Business

Deadline to submit a business idea to Pow Wow Pitch is June 21 Indigenous entrepreneurs have until June 21 to submit their business ideas to the 2022 Pow Wow Pitch…

Look for the dome in Mississauga First Nation – My Espanola Now

May 26, 2022 A new feature is being constructed in Mississauga First Nation. Matthew Cada Junior has been hired as the Ashandiwin Greenhouse Manager overseeing the erection of a dome…

Indigenous Women’s Pop-Up Market Draws Steady Long-Weekend Foot Traffic In Moncton – Huddle.Today

“We wanted to travel around the province and this was our next stop,” said Natasha Martin-Mitchell, development officer for indigenous women entrepreneurs. Martin-Mitchell said the first event was held at…

Waterhen Lake First Nation leading the way in Indigenous tourism – SaskToday.ca

The Waterhen Lake First Nation is ‘leading the way in Indigenous tourism in northwest Saskatchewan,’ with a new development corporation and tourism destination. PRINCE ALBERT – When you drive through…

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