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Ex-Snuneymuxw chief in AFN bid – Nanaimo Daily News

May 14, 2015 Doug White to run for Regional Chief of the B.C. Assembly of First Nations, an arm of national group Former Snuneymux chief Doug White announced his intention to return to politics with a tweet that he will run for Regional Chief of the B.C. Assembly of First Nations. The BCAFN, which represents […]

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Aboriginal leader calls for indigenous education initiatives – Vancouver Sun

May 13, 2015 Canada would be a better place if everyone had better knowledge about indigenous languages and cultures, aboriginal leader Wab Kinew told hundreds of education leaders in Whistler on Wednesday. Kinew, who is a musician, journalist and University of Winnipeg vice-president for indigenous relations, was speaking at a national conference for school principals […]

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Pacific NorthWest working to keep BC LNG export project alive – The Globe and Mail

May. 13, 2015 Pacific NorthWest LNG is scrambling to come up with a Plan B after the Lax Kw’alaams First Nation soundly rejected the Malaysian-led project’s $1-billion cash offer aimed at securing its support for a B.C. liquefied natural gas terminal. The company said project leader Petronas and its five Asian partners are willing to […]

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APTN announces performers for Aboriginal Day concert – Winnipeg Sun

May 13, 2015 Rising country star Brett Kissel will headline the ninth annual National Aboriginal Day at The Forks on June 20, APTN announced Tuesday. Kissel will perform at the annual free concert that will cap off day-long activities at The Forks. Those activities include the Cultural Stage, which will feature rotating performances throughout the […]

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BC premier says First Nation opposition won’t stop LNG project – CTV

BURNABY, B.C. — B.C. Premier Christy Clark insists the possible rejection by a First Nation of a liquefied-natural-gas terminal is nothing more than a bump in the road for a multibillion-dollar pipeline project. Clark says she believes reaching a negotiated agreement with the 3,700-member Lax Kw’allams First Nation, on whose territory the terminal would be […]

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Marina proposal causes stir in Port Renfrew – Sooke News Mirror

May 13, 2015 Octavian Lacatusu Sooke News Mirror “Come gather ‘round people, wherever you roam, and admit that the waters around you have grown…” – Bob Dylan’s words in Times Are A-Changin’ paint a stark contrast to a recent community meeting in Port Renfrew in regards to some potentially-major changes to its waterfront. One of […]

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Canadian aboriginal group rejects deal to back Petronas LNG project – Reuters

May 13, 2015 VANCOUVER (Reuters) – A Canadian aboriginal group has rejected an offer of about C$1 billion ($836 million) in return for supporting a liquefied natural gas export terminal led by Malaysian national oil company Petronas [PETR.UL], community leaders said on Wednesday. Members of the Lax Kw’alaams First Nation band, which has traditional territories […]

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Taseko: Court approves judicial review of New Prosperity mines decision – Mining.com

May 12, 2015 The Federal Court has rejected an application by Taseko Mines Ltd. (TSX:TKO) to sue the federal government for rejecting its gold-copper mine in the Cariboo-Chilcotin, but will allow judicial reviews to proceed. Taseko’s Prosperity mine – revised as New Prosperity – has been rejected twice by Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA). Taseko […]

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Proposal for huge ski resort above Squamish prompts controversy – The Province

May 12, 2015 The company that owns the Vancouver Canucks is confident that it will get the go-ahead this fall for a huge ski resort proposed for the hills above Squamish and that construction will start in two to three years. Aquilini Development and Construction, part of the Aquilini Investment Group that owns the NHL […]

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BC Hydro to test fish for mercury after First Nations voice concerns – The Globe and Mail

May. 13, 2015 BC Hydro will test fish for mercury contamination this summer on the waterways connected to a massive hydro dam reservoir. The study is being launched in response to concerns raised by First Nations, who say their food fishery has been ruined. The plan highlights how little has been done to understand potential […]

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