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Advocates declare victory after BC predator declared dangerous offender – APTN

December 3, 2015 A man in British Columbia who preyed on vulnerable young women has been declared a dangerous offender. It’s considered a victory by advocates who say there will be one less predator on the streets. Read More: http://aptn.ca/news/2015/12/03/advocates-declare-victory-after-bc-predator-declared-dangerous-offender/

by pmnationtalk on December 4, 2015229 Views

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Goldstrike to Acquire 100% Interest in Lucky Strike Mineral Claims

December 3, 2015 – Goldstrike Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: GSR) is pleased to report that it has entered into an agreement to purchase a 3% net smelter returns royalty on the “Lucky Strike” property, located in the White Gold District approximately fifteen kilometers east of Kinross’s Golden Saddle deposit, together with a 3% net smelter returns […]

by pmnationtalk on December 4, 2015244 Views

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Nearly half of murdered indigenous women did not know killers, Star analysis shows – Toronto Star

A Star analysis suggests 44 per cent of the women were victims of acquaintances, strangers and serial killers. This finding is based on a Star review of publicly available information on more than 750 murder cases. Of that number, 224 murders remain unsolved. In the seemingly ceaseless tragedy of murdered indigenous women, the country has […]

by ahnationtalk on December 4, 2015172 Views

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Battle for the Boreal – Financial Post

The workday is over at the Hotel Matagami. Guests in steel-toe boots eat club sandwiches with poutine, drink five-dollar bottles of Labatt 50 and cheer the TV as the Montreal Canadiens thrash the New York Rangers. At one table, Nicolas Mainville, 37, a biologist with Greenpeace, opens a ThinkPad with a sticker on its lid. […]

by ahnationtalk on December 4, 2015212 Views

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Is Salmon Farming BC’s Version Of The Tar Sands? – Huffington Post Canada

When you are a multi-billion dollar, foreign-owned industry continuously mired in controversy over your environmental record, you have but two options: you clean up your act, or you clean up your image. The latest public relations offensive from B.C. salmon farmers leaves little doubt that for them, image is everything. The problems with open-pen salmon […]

by ahnationtalk on December 4, 2015192 Views

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Vancouver Native Housing Society receives the ATAC National Aboriginal Cultural Tourism Award

December 3, 2015 Coast Salish Territories (Vancouver, BC) – Aboriginal Tourism BC congratulates the Vancouver Native Housing Society (VNHS), owner and operator of Skwachàys Lodge and the Urban Aboriginal Fair Trade Gallery, for receiving the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC) National Aboriginal Cultural Tourism Award at the Canadian Tourism Awards in Ottawa, ON. The […]

by pmnationtalk on December 4, 2015311 Views

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Moving forward with Aboriginal skills training

Ensuring more First Nations members have the skills they need to take advantage of job opportunities, especially in the emerging LNG industry – that’s the focus of “NIS TS’EDILH – We Are Moving Forward,” two new Aboriginal skills training programs for members of the Tsil Kaz Koh (Burns Lake Band), the Wet’suwet’en First Nation, Skin […]

by pmnationtalk on December 4, 2015273 Views

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Still a lot of work to do in breaking stigmas says Cree man living with HIV – APTN

December 3, 2015 Ken Ward didn’t think it could happen to him. But in 1989 it did. That’s when he was diagnosed with HIV. Ward instantly went into survival mode. “The news itself was traumatizing,” said Ward, now 57, who had contracted HIV from using a dirty needle. He was given just three to six […]

by pmnationtalk on December 4, 2015202 Views

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Genome BC pledges support for a research chair in ecosystem reclamation

Genome British Columbia (Genome BC) has pledged $250,000 towards the creation of a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Industrial Research Chair position at TRU. Creating an NSERC research chair position supports the development of industry-based solutions to environmental problems and is a first step towards the creation of a Centre for Ecosystem Reclamation […]

by pmnationtalk on December 4, 2015308 Views

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ABM 2015 Delegates Talk Business

Credits: Katrin Harry Published on Jul 7, 2015 ABM connects Aboriginal entrepreneurs and communities with the private sector to create opportunities for business. At each event delegates initiate new business deals worth over $30 million. This makes ABM the most powerful Aboriginal-driven business development event in Canada. Three National Aboriginal Business Match events take place annually: […]

by ahnationtalk on December 4, 2015255 Views

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