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Alberta energy regulator sued over denying First Nations right to speak – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jun 11, 2014 14:08 By Bob Weber THE CANADIAN PRESS EDMONTON _ Two aboriginal bands are taking Alberta’s energy regulator to court after it denied them the right to speak…

Fiddling with ethical business – StarPhoenix

Devon Fiddler has an idea. She wants to make sleek, fashionable handbags with elements of aboriginal culture – Michael Kors with a pinch of Manitobah Mukluks. She wants them to…

Addressing food insecurity in northern Canada – Alaska Dispatch

The challenge of northern food security is not new, but awareness on the issue has been growing, thanks to efforts from local activists. The main reasons for current food insecurity…

Nova Scotia pulp mill shuts down after wastewater leak into river, wetlands – CP

BERCROMBIE POINT, N.S. _ A Nova Scotia paper mill shut down operations Tuesday after it discovered wastewater was leaking from a pipe into surrounding wetlands and a river, said the…

Osisko Mining receives court approval for friendly $3.9b deal with Agnico Eagle Mines and Yamana Gold – BiV’World’s greenest’ refinery pitched to process oilsands crude on B.C. coast – CP

THE CANADIAN PRESS CALGARY _ A Vancouver company is pitching a $10-billion oilsands refinery on British Columbia’s north coast that aims to connect Alberta’s vast energy resources with Asian markets,…

Exclusive: Squamish Nation undertakes internal investigation – BiV

The Squamish Nation government is undergoing an internal investigation that Chief Ian Campbell said was launched in early May after several months of contemplation. A report on the investigation is expected in…

Union fears staff cutbacks following Nunavik hospital deficit – Nunatsiaq News

“We are really worried for the future of health and social services in Nunavik” The union that represents workers at the Tulattavik hospital in Kuujjuaq says it’s concerned that cutbacks…

Clinton book describes Canadian glimpse of perils of climate change – CP

THE CANADIAN PRESS WASHINGTON _ Hillary Clinton’s new book describes how a trip to Canada opened her eyes to the potential ravages of climate change. The past _ and potentially…

A friendly deal that will see 100% of the shares of Osisko Mining Corp. (TSX:OSK) acquired by Agnico Eagle Mines (TSX:AEM) and Yamana Gold (TSX:YRI) has received court approval. In April,…

Prep Business Report – CP

The Toronto stock market finished higher yesterday, driven by mostly stronger commodity prices. Toronto’s S-and-P/T-S-X composite index rose 32 points, to close at 14,871. In New York, the Dow Jones…

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