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Morning Brief: GG heads to Berlin, PM heads to Tk’emlúps – iPolitics

Oct 18, 2021 Good Monday morning, — GG makes first foreign visit: Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon arrived in Berlin yesterday, where she began her first foreign visit on behalf…

A new plan for Red Chris, cyanide reduction and Zijin’s lithium acquisition – CIM Magazine

October 15, 2021 Welcome back to your weekly mining news recap, where we catch you up on some of the news you may have missed. This week’s headlines include analyzing…

Province failed to consult Secwepemc First Nations for CN quarry expansion: Judge – InfoTel.ca

October 15, 2021 A B.C. judge has ruled that a provincial ministry should return to the negotiation table and consult with Secwepemc leaders before permitting a CN quarry to expand…

Indigenous-owned enterprises get business boost – Timmins Today

Hydro One Business Grants designed to help companies recover post-pandemic Nearly a dozen Indigenous-owned businesses in Northern Ontario are the recipients of business grants to help in their efforts to…

DFO interim agreement with Mi’kmaw communities in Nova Scotia shows Ottawa’s plan working: minister – APTN News

Departing Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan says the interim agreement signed with Mi’kmaq communities indicate her approach to the lobster harvest is working, despite continuing tensions on the water. “I think…

Morning Brief: PM to reveal *when* he’ll reveal the new cabinet – iPolitics

Oct 15, 2021 Good morning, — New faces in the new cabinet? A week after La Presse reported that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to reveal his cabinet the…

DFO, Two First Nations Communities Reach Agreement – 101.5 The Hawk

Oct 14, 2021 At least two First Nations in Nova Scotia will fish for a moderate livelihood during established seasons this fall. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans announcing yesterday…

Canada has biodiversity targets. Now it needs accountability – The Narwhal

Oct. 14, 2021 As the UN Convention on Biological Diversity creates new targets, the federal government must take action or risk another dismal report card David Geselbracht’s writing can be…

CIBC Mellon launches new Indigenous-focused asset unit – Wealth Professional

Oct 14, 2021 The new unit will provide support and services for a growing client base of First Nations and Indigenous institutional investors Demand from an expanding client base of…

Innu Nation repeatedly blindsided by Muskrat Falls announcements, letters show – CBC

Oct 14, 2021 Innu learned of major decisions at last minute — or through media Weeks before Ottawa and Newfoundland and Labrador unveiled their $5.2-billion agreement in principle on rate…

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