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Grassy Narrows Declares Itself Industry-Free – 931 The Border

October 12, 2018 A northwestern Ontario Indigenous community is declaring itself an industry free-zone. The declaration by Grassy Narrows First Nation basically bans all forest activity in the traditional land-use territory, including logging. Chief Rudy Turtle says industrial logging makes their on-going mercury crisis worse. Read More: http://www.931theborder.ca/news/66637405/grassy-narrows-declares-itself-industry-free

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Free-rein cannabis shops vs. a complete moratorium: 2 Anishinaabe communities have differing strategies on pot – CBC

Alderville and Hiawatha, separated by a few dozen kilometres, have a big divide when it comes to marijuana Oct 12, 2018 On the south side of Rice Lake in southern Ontario, Alderville First Nation is becoming increasingly known as the ‘Green Mile,’ a moniker inspired by the number of cannabis dispensaries that have cropped up […]

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BR New Senators – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Oct 12, 2018  OTTAWA – Canada’s Red Chamber is welcoming a pair of new senators. Ontario lawyer Josee Forest-Niesing and Mi’kmaq leader Brian Francis from Prince Edward Island have been appointed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau through the open nomination process he created. Forest-Niesing is from Sudbury, where she has […]

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High schools not preparing youth for employment, business group says – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 11, 2018 15:34 By David Paddon THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ High schools don’t adequately prepare students for the workforce and they should put more emphasis on teaching skills required by employers, the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses concludes in a study released Thursday. The CFIB’s “Hire Education” report says employers are overwhelmingly more […]

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Government of Canada announces funding to help Canadian communities explore and implement smart cities approaches

From: Infrastructure Canada Providing advisory and capacity-building services directly to communities Ottawa, Ontario, October 11, 2018 — Fostering a culture of change, continuous improvement and innovation in Canadian communities through the use of data and connected technology will create more livable, inclusive communities and opportunities to continue growing Canada’s middle class. Today, the Honourable François-Philippe […]

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Supreme Court dismisses Cree First Nation appeal on duty to consult – BNN Bloomberg

Canadian governments don’t have an explicit duty to consult indigenous groups but must nevertheless adequately weigh their historical rights when developing laws, the country’s top court said. The Supreme Court of Canada unanimously dismissed a key indigenous rights case Thursday in Ottawa on a question of jurisdiction — meaning no existing law was struck down. […]

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Pancon Partners with Flying Post First Nation on Montcalm, Gambler and Nova Projects

Toronto, Ontario–(October 11, 2018) – Pancontinental Resources Corporation (TSXV: PUC) (“Pancon” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce its signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), effective October 1, 2018, with the Flying Post First Nation (FPFN) in northern Ontario. The FPFN-Pancon MOU provides a mutually beneficial framework for cooperation on the Company’s three battery […]

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Top Court Gives Canada Leeway on Indigenous Consultation Demands – BNN Bloomberg

(Bloomberg) — Canadian governments don’t have an explicit duty to consult indigenous groups but must nevertheless adequately weigh their historical rights when developing laws, the country’s top court said. The Supreme Court of Canada unanimously dismissed a key indigenous rights case Thursday in Ottawa on a question of jurisdiction — meaning no existing law was […]

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Northland Announces Date for 2018 Third Quarter Financial Results Release and Details of Investor Call

TORONTO, Oct. 10, 2018 — Northland Power Inc. (“Northland”) (TSX: NPI) announced it will release its 2018 third quarter financial results after market close on November 6, 2018. Northland’s management will hold an investor conference call at 10 a.m. Eastern Time (ET) on Wednesday, November 7, 2018, followed by a question and answer period. Conference call […]

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Franco-Nevada To Release Third Quarter 2018 Results

Toronto, Oct 9, 2018 Third Quarter Results Release: November 5th after market close Conference Call and Webcast: November 6th 8:00 am ET Dial-in Numbers: Toll-Free: 1-888-390-0546 International: 416-764-8688 Webcast: www.franco-nevada.com Replay (available until November 13th): Toll-Free: 1-888-390-0541 International: 416-764-8677 Pass code: 181248# For more information, please go to our website at www.franco-nevada.com or contact: Stefan […]

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