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2021 Global 100 ranking – Corporate Knights

January 25, 2021 Which companies earned a spot on Corporate Knights’ latest index of the world’s most sustainable corporations? Read More: https://www.corporateknights.com/reports/2021-global-100/2021-global-100-ranking-16115328/  44 total views,  4 views today…

Wahanpitae First Nation residents getting high-speed internet – Northern Ontario Business

Federal funding will help expand connectivity in community northeast of Sudbury More residents in Wahnapitae First Nation will soon have access to high-speed internet, thanks to a new project being…

Aboriginal Law Report Jan 18-24, 2021 – First Peoples Law

This week’s edition includes hunting rights, fishing rights, court cases, coal mining, consultation, salmon stocks, governance and more. Governance and mining were front and centre in the Yukon Liard First…

Millbrook’s Shannon Park reserve needs HRM endorsement before development begins – TheChronicleHerald.ca

HALIFAX, N.S. — Millbrook First Nation is in the final stages of creating a reserve at Shannon Park but before it can move ahead, it must receive support from Halifax…

First Nations Opportunities in Trade – BCAFN

We know that First Nations in BC and across Turtle Island had sophisticated trade routes, including the famous Grease Trails in BC, prior to contact. This economic activity allowed Nations…

Premium Brands, Indigenous groups’ $1-billion bid to buy Clearwater completed – Coast Reporter

January 25, 2021 HALIFAX — A billion-dollar deal that marks the single biggest investment in Canada’s seafood industry by an Indigenous group has been finalized. Vancouver-based Premium Brands Holdings Corp.…

Cuthand: Indigenous policy in Canada differs from U.S. – Saskatoon StarPhoenix

In Canada, Treaty and Aboriginal rights are included in the constitution; in the United States, there is no mention. The reaction to the cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline reflects…

Indigenous family creates sweet grass, sage, cedar, sweet tobacco infused hand sanitizers – CityNews

An indigenous family-owned business is hoping to expand their reach after creating a hand sanitizer inspired by traditional medicinal plants. Bailey Nitti has that story. Read More: https://edmonton.citynews.ca/video/2021/01/24/indigenous-family-creates-sweet-grass-sage-cedar-sweet-tobacco-infused-hand-sanitizers/  42 total views…

At committee: Vaccine delays, parole policies, and security risks for MPs – iPolitics

Jan 25, 2021 As the House of Commons committee circuit powers up after a month of parliamentary downtime, HEALTH members will gather for a special evening session to discuss a Conservative-initiated pitch to…

More than a century after their land was taken, First Nation in Saskatchewan considering $127M offer from feds – APTN News

The Mosquito Grizzly Bear’s Head Leanman First Nation in Saskatchewan is considering an offer from the federal government on a multi-million compensation award for land lost more than a century…

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