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A call for aboriginals to vote in federal election – Kamloops This Week

August 15, 2015 A leader in a North Thompson First Nations community agrees with a call by a national group calling for aboriginal Canadians to vote in the October federal election. The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples is urging the nation’s 1.4-million aboriginal people to vote on Oct. 19. The Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo riding includes the small Chu […]

by ahnationtalk on August 17, 2015176 Views

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Five aboriginal regional leader training sessions this fall – Comox Valley Record

Aug 15, 2015 The Aboriginal Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council (Partners Council) has announced the dates for the 2015 Regional Leader Training Sessions, offered through the Aboriginal Healthy Living Activities (AHLA), in partnership with SportMedBC. Five Regional Leader Training Sessions will be offered throughout the fall, designed for community champions, committed to building […]

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First Nations health improvements the goal of new sensitivity training program – CBC

Aug 16, 2015 One out of every five health care workers in B.C. has taken the training so far, with positive results Aboriginal people are less likely than other members of society to visit the doctor or seek health care, possibly because health care workers are unfamiliar with aboriginal culture, according to B.C.’s Health Services […]

by ahnationtalk on August 17, 2015218 Views

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One year later, B.C. must heed Mount Polley disaster’s lessons – Sciene Matters

August 13, 2015 By David Suzuki with contributions from David Suzuki Foundation Communications Specialist Theresa Beer It was a dramatic image: millions of cubic metres of waste cascading from the Mount Polley mine breach into the Quesnel watershed in B.C.’s Interior. Besides destroying a nine-kilometre creek and endangering salmon and the neighbouring community of Likely, […]

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Neskonlith Indian Band sends eviction notice to Imperial Metals – APTN

August 13, 2014 The Neskonlith Indian Band in British Columbia has issued an eviction notice to the mining company responsible for last week’s massive tailings pond breach before a similar mine is developed on their land. Chief Judy Wilson says Imperial Metals, through its subsidiary Ruddock Creek Mining, is seeking approval for a mine in […]

by ahnationtalk on August 17, 2015157 Views

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$267309 tax-free: Chief of 90-member First Nation may be Canada’s highest paid politician – National Post

August 13, 2015 VANCOUVER — The 90-member Semiahmoo First Nation in Surrey, B.C., paid its chief and one of its councillors nearly $460,000 combined in the 2013-2014 fiscal year. Chief councillor Willard Cook was paid $267,309 and councillor Joanne Charles had a salary of $187,138, according to now-required financial filings to the federal government. When […]

by ahnationtalk on August 14, 2015799 Views

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First Nations Relations – CFJC Kamloops

August 13th, 2015 In the run up to the federal election, relations with First Nations are starting to become part of the campaigns. Today, the Liberal Party said they would commit billions of dollars in new funding to improve First Nations education, but the Liberal Party isn’t the only party trying to improve relations with […]

by ahnationtalk on August 14, 2015317 Views

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Video plans & items as of 10 a.m. ET, Friday, August 14 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 14, 2015 For editorial questions regarding video, please contact the video desk at 416-507-2026 or video(at)thecanadianpress.com. For technical support, please call our 24/7 help desk at 1-800-268-8149 or 416-507-2099. —- Latest video from the Canadian Press: Headline: Montreal mayor helps demolish Canada Post mailbox base Caption: Denis Coderre is taking a stand […]

by ahnationtalk on August 14, 2015129 Views

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Month long fishing closures in B.C.’s south Kootenays due to dry conditions – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Aug 13, 2015 16:14 VICTORIA _ High water temperatures and low flows have led to fishing closures in British Columbia’s south Kootenays. The province says all angling has been suspended for a month across the area south of Nelson, from below Lower Arrow Lake in the west to the Kootenay River east of Cranbrook. […]

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Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval – Peace Arch News

Aug 13, 2015 The National Energy Board has released a draft list of 145 conditions for approval of Kinder Morgan Canada’s oil pipeline expansion project, including environmental protection plans for land and marine operations. Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain […]

by ahnationtalk on August 14, 2015190 Views

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