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Breakfast Club of Canada salutes Pembina’s $5 million investment to support breakfast programs across the country

VANCOUVER, May 14, 2019 – Breakfast Club of Canada is thrilled to announce Pembina Pipeline Corporation’s latest contribution to give all kids an equal chance of success. Pembina has committed $5 million to the Club over the next five years to expand their Fuel 4 Thought signature program, originally launched in 2016. This investment is […]

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BC Government: Funding will enhance flood preparation

May 14, 2019 VICTORIA – The B.C. government is providing $750,000 to the Fraser Basin Council to support and explore flood management strategies. “The work to be undertaken by the Fraser Basin Council will keep British Columbians safe and help people throughout the province be more prepared and responsive to floods,” said Doug Donaldson, Minister […]

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Media Advisory – May 15 – Time to Clean Up Mining in B.C. (news conference, group photos)

VICTORIA, May 14,  2019  – As the demand for minerals mined in B.C. continues to rise, a new network of mining-affected communities, experts, and organizations from across the province join in Victoria on May 15 to launch a roadmap to help fix key mining problems in B.C. in relation to water pollution, polluter-pays principle, and respect […]

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Selkirk College : Conference Opens Up Dialogue on Future of the Columbia River

May 13 2019 The legacy of the Columbia River Treaty has been defining element of the Selkirk College region for more than 50 years. In late-May the One River: Ethics Matter Conference will explore the impacts of the treaty and what can be done to ensure the environment is at the forefront of all future […]

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Learning network with focus on Indigenous education receives 2019 Cmolik Prize

An initiative that is improving quality and equity in education in B.C. and has an emphasis on Indigenous learning is being recognized with Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Education 2019 Cmolik Prize. The $100,000 Cmolik Prize for the Enhancement of Public Education in B.C. is being awarded to Debbie Leighton-Stephens, Judy Halbert and Linda Kaser, […]

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Decades of Indigenous collaboration lead to Governor General Innovation Award

SFU professor Marianne Ignace and her husband, Chief Ronald Ignace, have worked with B.C.’s Indigenous communities for decades and today, their work is being recognized with a Governor General’s Award for Innovation. The Ignaces are being lauded for developing a collaborative approach to research involving Indigenous people and communities, one that “deeply respects and furthers […]

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Marine industry and government sign five-year commitment to continue voluntary measures to protect Southern Resident killer whales

May 10, 2019 Today, the marine transportation industry entered into a conservation agreement with the Government of Canada to support ongoing recovery efforts for the Southern Resident killer whale population that frequents the B.C. coast. There are nine signatories to the agreement, including the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, the Chamber of Shipping of British Columbia, […]

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Dolly Varden Announces Re-Pricing Of Options

May 10, 2019 – Vancouver, BC: Dolly Varden Silver Corporation (TSXV: ”DV” – OTCBB: ”DOLLF”) (the “Company”, or “Dolly Varden”) announces that it has approved the re-pricing of a total of 3,250,000 stock options of the Company to purchase common shares (the “Re-Priced Options”) to an amended exercise price of C$0.40 per share (the “Re-Pricing”). […]

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Introducing Land Crafted – The Narwhal

A five-part video series on the unique challenges facing northern Indigenous entrepreneurs, coming Tuesday Canada’s North can be a difficult place to live, and a much harder place to make a living as a business owner. The odds are stacked against small businesses here: costs are high beyond anything most Canadians can imagine, for everything […]

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MMIWG: Love and Support to the Mothers of Indigenous Daughters

May 12, 2019 As we approach Mother’s Day, we send our love and support to the mothers of Indigenous daughters who were murdered or disappeared, to the children left behind and the families grieving the loss of a loved one. We have been forever changed by our experience serving on the National Inquiry into Missing […]

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