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iPolitics AM: Trudeau, Blanchet booked in for pre-sitting chat – iPolitics

Oct 19, 2021 In what’s become a pre-sitting tradition since his government lost its majority control of the House of Commons, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will kick off the first…

B.C’s community benefits agreement makes assumptions about economic justice for Indigenous workers – IRPP

October 18, 2021 The agreement has led to more jobs for Indigenous workers on B.C. infrastructure projects, but the initiative suffers from fundamental shortcomings. The goal of economic justice for…

Cando Connect September / October 2021 – Cando

Read More: https://www.edo.ca/downloads/cando-connect-sept-oct-2021.pdf  78 total views…

First Peoples Law Report Oct 11-17, 2021 – First Peoples Law

Land defence, hunting and fishing were back in BC headlines Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs vow to stop Coastal Gaslink | APTN News McLeod Lake Indian Band calls for cow-calf moose hunt halt…

Basic income, 4-day workweek among Ontario liberal promises – Canadian HR Reporter

Should they be elected in 2022, Ontario Liberals say they will restart the basic income pilot project that the current government cancelled in 2018. “An @OntLiberal government will reinstate the…

Nunavut votes: Iqaluit-Tasiluk has 4 candidates to choose from – Nunatsiaq News

Oct 18, 2021 Getting elders home, taking care of families and a new collective agreement top of candidates’ priority lists In the lead-up to the Oct. 25 territorial elections, Nunatsiaq…

PM Trudeau to visit with Indigenous leaders in Kamloops – Global News

October 18 2021 Chief political correspondent David Akin looks ahead to Prime Minster Justin Trudeau’s visit the Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc First Nation after snubbing two invitations to attend a ceremony…

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…

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