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The Daily Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Tuesday, July 14, 2015 Supply and disposition of refined petroleum products, April 2015 Canadian refineries received 8.1 million cubic metres of crude oil in April, up 5.1% compared with the same month in 2014. Continue reading Aircraft movement statistics: Major airports – Annual report, 2014 Aircraft take-offs and landings at Canadian airports with NAV CANADA […]

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Opinion – Shoal Lake #40: The Water Bill is Long Overdue – NetNews Ledger

12 July 2015 THUNDER BAY – OPINION – The small First Nations community of Shoal Lake #40 is located in a lake of the same name just east of the Ontario-Manitoba border and south of the Trans-Canada highway in the Kenora district of northwestern Ontario. In the early part of the 20th century, the city […]

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Six Nations braces for worst as fire department deals with lack of resource

Jul 12, 2015 TORONTO — A string of suspected arsons, inexperienced volunteer staff and a truck ladder that isn’t high enough hasn’t stopped the fire department at Canada’s most populated First Nation from scraping by. But as the Six Nations of the Grand River unit southeast of Brantford grapples with relentless emergency calls, regular staff […]

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Advocacy begins for Aboriginal Peoples’ Court – tbnewswatch

Conversations have begun to bring an Aboriginal Peoples’ Court to Thunder Bay. The Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre is approaching police and legal organizations in hopes of developing a holistic and culturally appropriate environment in which First Nations people can access the justice system. “I believe an Aboriginal Peoples’ Court in Thunder Bay would be […]

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Six Nations braces for worst as fire department struggles to stay afloat – CTV

July 12, 2015 BRANTFORD, Ont. – A string of suspected arsons, inexperienced volunteer staff and a truck ladder that isn’t high enough hasn’t stopped the fire department at Canada’s most populated First Nation from scraping by. But as the Six Nations of the Grand River unit in southwestern Ontario grapples with relentless emergency calls, regular […]

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Assembly of First Nations National Chief to Meet with Premiers

  July 14, 2015 Assembly of First Nations National Chief to Meet with Premiers (Ottawa, ON) – Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde will join other national Aboriginal leaders at a meeting with Premiers and Territorial Leaders in advance of the Council of Federation meeting taking place this week in Newfoundland. DATE: Wednesday […]

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Trent/Fleming School of Nursing Sets Roadmap to 2019

Building on their effort to continually raise the standards for clinical excellence and their commitment to become a network of excellence for nursing, the Trent/Fleming School of Nursing plans to shift a few of their focus areas, continue to build community partnerships and maintain their concentration on social justice in order to better prepare nursing […]

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The Government of Canada takes action to establish an effective whole-of-government approach to modern treaty implementation

July 13, 2015 – Ottawa, ON – Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Improving the implementation of modern treaties contributes to enabling Aboriginal communities to access development opportunities that create jobs, economic growth and prosperity The Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, today announced measures to strengthen Canada’s approach to the […]

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In northern development, put northerners’ unique realities first – The Globe and Mail

Jul. 13, 2015 Adam Fiser and Brent Dowdall are senior research associate and senior manager for research and business development, respectively, at the Conference Board of Canada. Many of Canada’s pressing socio-economic, political and environmental challenges are most intense in the North. Blessed with resource endowments, the North has much potential for economic growth, but […]

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Claim Post Resources Inc. Signs MOU With Hollow Water First Nation and The Incorporated Community of Seymourville on the Seymourville Silica Sand Project

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(July 13, 2015) – Claim Post Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:CPS) (“Claim Post” or the “Company”) announces it has signed Memorandum of Understandings (“MOU”) with both Hollow Water First Nation (“Hollow Water”) and the Incorporated Community of Seymourville (“Seymourville”), regarding the Seymourville Silica Sand Project, that pave the way for long-term economic benefits for these […]

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