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New National Energy Board chairman finds himself ‘in the eye of the storm’ – The Globe and Mail

October 6, 2014 The new head of the National Energy Board says he has work to do when it comes to the regulator’s increasingly uncomfortable position between the vocal opponents…

Human rights commission looking into whether Metis complaint made in bad faith – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 6, 2014 14:55 By Steve Rennie THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ The Canadian Human Rights Commission is looking into whether a complaint against the federal government by one of…

Prentice says he’ll revisit contentious Alberta aboriginal policies – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 6, 2014 15:24 By Bob Weber THE CANADIAN PRESS EDMONTON _ Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says he’ll revisit policies that have led to the “ripening” of a welter of…

Imperial Metals to raise $100m to cover Mount Polley cleanup costs – BiV

Aug 15, 2014 Imperial Metals Corp. (TSX:III) will raise $100 million through debentures to help cover the cleanup costs of its Mount Polley mine disaster, and plans to move ahead…

TimberWest aids totem pole project – Nanaimo Daily News

August 18, 2014 TimberWest has donated two cedar trees harvested in the Nuuchah-nulth First Nations territory to Vancouver Island University for its Shq’aphut totem pole project. Carvers representing three Vancouver…

NB: First Nation chiefs look to block New Brunswick’s new forestry … – Daily Business Buzz

August 18, 2014 The Assembly of First Nations Chiefs in New Brunswick have filed for an injunction in the Court of Queen’s Bench, arguing the new strategy — which will…

NEB delays Trans Mountain review deadline pending new route studies – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 15, 2014 18:57  By Dene Moore THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ The City of Burnaby’s refusal to co-operate with Kinder Morgan has forced a seven-month delay in a National Energy…

Tsilhqot’in case is not a template for resolving all First Nations land disputes

Pursuing a solution through the courts costs as much time and money as staying in the treaty process, experts say Tue Jul 8, 2014  A Supreme Court of Canada decision that awarded…

Aboriginals look to cash in on Irving shipbuilding deal – CBC

May 20, 2014 Irving has a $25 billion, 25-year federal contract to build Canadian combat ships in Halifax The federal, provincial and First Nations of New Brunswick do not want…

Aboriginal training puts focus on business – The Edmonton Sun

May 18, 2014 An intensive training program in Maskwacis aims to help aspiring aboriginal entrepreneurs this month. Professor Norman Cornett, a teacher, art critic and the subject of a National…

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