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BC First Nations Leaders & David Suzuki Foundation give Site C presentation – CJDC

Site C isn’t a done deal, that was the message at a presentation on Wednesday night, as Peace Region residents heard from some of the voices fighting the Dam project. Attendees gathered inside the Treaty 8 Tribal Association Boardroom in Fort St. John, as representatives from the David Suzuki Foundation gave a presentation on a […]

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Beedie initiatives to lift next generation of First Nation entrepreneurs – The Globe and Mail

May. 29 2015 The Globe’s biweekly business-school news roundup. Nurturing a new generation of First Nation entrepreneurs is a priority for some business schools, donors and aboriginal communities. The most recent example is a $1.3-million pledge over 10 years from Royal Bank of Canada to fund two initiatives at Simon Fraser University’s Beedie School of […]

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Agreement looks to the future – Vernon Morning Star

May 29, 2015 Accompanied by the sound of traditional drumming and singing, history was made Tuesday night with the signing of the Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement. In a special ceremony at W.L. Seaton Secondary School, the document was signed by representatives of the Okanagan Indian Band, the Vernon and District Métis Association, the First Nations […]

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The world won’t wait for BC’s LNG – The Globe and Mail

May. 29, 2015 “The window is closing down.” So believes Thierry Bros, one of Europe’s and the world’s leading experts in natural gas, about British Columbia’s ability to build a liquefied natural gas industry. If Mr. Bros, who was recently in Ottawa, is correct, then British Columbia risks arriving too late for the world’s LNG […]

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Art student to exhibit alongside First Nations masters – Inside TRU

May 27, 2015 Kelsey Jules, a third-year TRU Bachelor of Fine Arts student at Thompson Rivers University, will join an accomplished list of BC First Nations artists in an exhibition opening in June 2016 at the Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Jules, who is a member of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc, has been awarded one of […]

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Authentically Aboriginal – Bowen Island Undercurrent

May 28, 2015 The more I experience aboriginal culture, the more I appreciate how the dancing, drumming, singing, and carving are very much about transformation. And for a few hours on May 16, Simon Daniel James, guest curator, and his fellow artists and dancers transformed the Gallery at Artisan Square into a Longhouse. At the […]

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B.C. government accused of deliberately destroying Highway of Tears internal records – Vancouver Sun

May 28, 2015 B.C.’s privacy commissioner says she’s launched an investigation after government accused of widespread and systemic abuse of the Freedom of Information law VICTORIA — Political staff deliberately destroyed internal records about the Highway of Tears to prevent them from becoming public, alleges a former employee. Tim Duncan, a former executive assistant to […]

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Emails relating to B.C.’s Highway of Tears allegedly deleted – CBC

May 28, 2015 ‘Whatever it takes to win,’ Liberal staffer allegedly said after deleting emails in FOI request A former staffer at the B.C. Ministry of Transportation alleges that more than a dozen emails were deleted in November 2014 following a freedom of information request relating to the Highway of Tears, a stretch of road notorious for cases of missing […]

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Teck reacts to depressed coal prices by halting production at Canadian mines – Mining.com

May 28, 2015 Canada’s largest diversified miner Teck Resources (TSX:TCK.A, TCK.B), (NYSE: TCK) announced Thursday it will implement temporary halts at its six Canadian steelmaking coal operations for about three weeks during the third quarter of the year. The move, said the Vancouver-based company, will allow it to align production and inventory with changing coal market conditions. […]

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Aboriginal leaders accused of remaining silent over young Paige’s death – CKNW

May 27, 2015 The fallout continues over the B.C. Representative of Children and Youth’s report into the death of Paige, a 19 year old Aboriginal girl. For the past few shows, Simi Sara has been trying her best to continue to cover the story of Paige’s tragic life and death, but it has been challenging. […]

by ahnationtalk on May 28, 2015167 Views

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