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B.C.’s $15M tourism relief fund excludes most operators who need support, critics say – CBC

Jan 17, 2022 Several hundred Indigenous operators are not eligible for funds, Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada says B.C.’s $15-million pandemic relief fund for tourism operators excludes many who need the…

Trudeau Comments On Moderate Livelihood Fisheries – 101.5 The Hawk

Jan 17, 2022 The Prime Minister says the federal government continues to work on implementing moderate livelihood fisheries with Indigenous communities. Speaking to Acadia News last week, Justin Trudeau says…

News organizations should reevaluate connections to ‘anti-Indigenous’ Canadian Taxpayers Federation – rabble.ca

January 17, 2022 SFU Professor Kyle Willmott and research assistant Alec Skillings published their conclusions in the Canadian Review of Sociology after analyzing the content for more than 400 documents…

First Peoples Law Report Jan 10-16, 2022 – First Peoples Law

This week’s edition includes fishing rights, language rights, human rights, injunctions, education jurisdiction and more. Fishing rights and education jurisdiction topped BC headlines Tsilhqot’in Nation Outraged by Alaskan Commercial Fishery…

Curve Lake’s newest COO discusses economic successes and initiatives on her First Nation – Anishinabek News

January 17, 2022 CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION – Katie Young-Haddlesey has had plenty of economic development successes in her more than 20-plus years in the industry. Young-Haddlesey, the former economic…

iPolitics AM: O’Toole back on Hill media circuit – iPolitics

Jan 17, 2022 As the capital braces for what one city official predicts could be a “once every 10 years” snowstorm, Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole is scheduled to hold an…

Race for regional chief begins – Yahoo News

January 14, 2022 The word is out and hats have officially been tossed into the ring. Less than two weeks ahead of the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL) election,…

Geoff Russ: The Extinction Rebellion is brazenly dishonest when it comes to Indigenous people – National Post

Jan 14, 2022 ‘People’s lives are more important than a tree’ Extinction Rebellion protesters don’t care about “decolonization.” The loosely organized environmental activist group, known for blocking major roads and…

Indigenous clean-energy projects funded in northern B.C. – Prince George Daily News

January 14, 2022 FORT ST. JOHN – Six Indigenous communities in the North will join the clean-energy sector with local projects following support from the province. The province is partnering…

Where to look for progress in Indigenous reconciliation during 2022 – Business In Vancouver

January 14, 2022 2021 was a challenging year that many of us would like to put behind us. One issue that grabbed national and international headlines was the discovery of…

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