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It’s up to Indigenous, environmental groups to protect public interest – Pamela Palmater – The Lawyer’s Daily

September 17, 2018 Despite objections from some of the Indigenous groups about the consultation process, the Federal Court of Appeal (in Tsleil-Waututh Nation et al. v. Canada (Attorney General) 2018 FCA 153) held that Canada acted in good faith and that the consultation framework it used was appropriate. This was a four-phase process which was […]

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Indigenous theatre would thrive with funds from the Canadian government – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Sep 17, 2018 By Ginny Ratsoy, Associate Professor of Canadian Literature, Thompson Rivers University THE CANADIAN PRESS This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site. ___ Author: The Canadian government’s Ministry of […]

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In the news today, Sept. 17 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Sep 17, 2018  Eight stories in the news for Monday, Sept. 17 ___ AMBER ALERT ISSUED FOR LITTLE GIRL IN SASKATCHEWAN An Amber Alert was issued Sunday night for a six-year-old Saskatchewan girl who RCMP say was in the back of her family’s SUV when it was stolen outside a strip mall in […]

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Canada says B.C. Indigenous basket making an event of historic significance – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Sep 15, 2018  By Dirk Meissner THE CANADIAN PRESS VICTORIA _ Matilda Borden liked to pour a cup of tea to display her basket making expertise, proving her cups made from material gathered in British Columbia’s forests were watertight, says her granddaughter Brenda Crabtree. Not one drop would leak, recalls Crabtree, who is […]

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NDP’s Jagmeet Singh set to run in B.C.’s Burnaby South riding after nomination – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Sep 15, 2018 By Hina Alam THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ Federal New Democratic Party Leader Jagmeet Singh will run in an upcoming byelection in British Columbia. A crowd cheered and clapped as Singh formally announced his nomination for the riding of Burnaby South at an event Saturday. Singh told them he wants […]

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First Nations Diversify Economies for Resilience and Sustainability – Coast Funds

September 14, 2018 First Nations in the Great Bear Rainforest and Haida Gwaii are leading the revitalization of their economies and ensuring resilience through diversification. With support from Coast Funds, First Nations have invested over $266 million into the diversification of their economies. When Coast Funds was created in 2007, the need for communities to […]

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Indigenous Peoples Want Canada to Start Listening – Sierra Club

Sep 14 2018 Auntie Gloria’s clam fritters were legendary in the Tsleil-Waututh Nation territory of the Canadian province of British Columbia. Reuben George remembers them well. Back in 1953—the same year that the Trans Mountain pipeline was first put in use, carrying crude oil from Alberta to the coast British Columbia in Burnaby acrossfrom Tsleil-Waututh […]

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Indigenous youth program offered in the Okanagan is in jeopardy – Salmon Arm Observer

If government funding does not come through an Indigenous youth program may be cancelled Sep. 14, 2018 A “life changing” pilot program for over 1,500 Indigenous youth and their families that began last year in Penticton and two other B.C. communities may be cancelled. Beckie Scott, CEO of the Alberta-based Spirt North, said this week […]

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Order of Canada Pipeline – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Sep 13, 2018 VANCOUVER – Dozens of Order of Canada members from British Columbia are urging the federal government to cancel the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Bonnie Sherr Klein, Dorothy Grant, Gabor Mate and Raffi Cavoukian are among 42 members who signed a letter asking the federal government to use […]

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Shell Canada gives up B.C. exploration permits to make way for protected area – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Sep 13, 2018  By Hina Alam THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ Shell Canada Ltd. has given up its offshore exploration rights, clearing the way for the creation of Canada’s first protected marine area under the Canada Wildlife Act. The company voluntarily released permits for about 50,000 square kilometres in an area off British […]

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