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Ice Wireless Upgrading Its Network To Meet Smartphone And Tablet Demand- Nanaimo Daily News

MONTREAL – Upstart Ice Wireless is spending more than $12 million in Canada’s North this year to compete against major players Bell and Telus for smartphone and tablet customers. Ice…

Pattison’s wealth pegged at $7.4b – The Province

Jim Pattison’s net worth has gone up 10 per cent in the past year but, according to Canadian Business magazine, that was only enough for the Vancouver billionaire to retain…

Black Friday shopping set to climb by 15 per cent – Montreal Gazette

TORONTO — The busiest shopping season is upon us and according to the 2013 BMO Holiday Spending Outlook, Canadian shoppers are increasingly circling Black Friday on their holiday calendars. According…

Aboriginal business conference fans flames of entrepreneurial spirit … – Financial Post

Aboriginal business conference fans flames of entrepreneurial spirit, locally and globally 13/11/13 When talking about Aboriginal business nothing could be a stronger barometer of what’s going on than attending something…

Peat Fuel for Ring of Fire and Aboriginal Communities – Huffington Post Canada

11/12/2013 One of the biggest issues with the Ring of Fire development and the surrounding Aboriginal communities is the lack of competitively priced electricity and the enormously high cost —…

Yukon First Nations studying liquefied natural gas – CBC.ca

Nov 12, 2013 Three Yukon First Nations have formed a business partnership to develop a liquefied natural gas industry in the territory. The Vuntut Gwich’in, Na-Cho Nyak Dun and the Tr’ondek Hwech’in are behind Dempster Energy Services. The new company…

Manitoba throne speech to emphasize skills training, jobs – CBC.ca

Nov 12, 2013 CBC News has learned a regional high school that serves primarily aboriginal students is to get a major funding boost in the speech from the throne Tuesday.…

‘Balance’ required in Ring of Fire development, says BC First Nations leader – Victoria Times Colonist

NOVEMBER 12, 2013 TORONTO – A First Nations leader from B.C. says aboriginal communities in Ontario’s Ring of Fire could benefit from striking a balance between mining development and land…

BHP Billiton, First Nations sign Jansen potash agreement – Globalnews.ca

November 11, 2013 JANSEN, Sask. – Calling it the first of its kind in southern Saskatchewan, BHP Billiton and three Saskatchewan First Nations have signed an opportunities agreement for the…

A big step for the west’s pipeline protagonists – National Post

06/11/13 With the crack confessions of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford grabbing international headlines, and the expulsion of three wayward senators in Ottawa seizing what remained of the national spotlight, it…

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