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Sonia Furstenau presses Premier on wild salmon habitat protection

October 17, 2017 Victoria, BC – “Wild salmon are tremendously important to Northern and coastal communities, said Furstenau. “Wild salmon in the Skeena River alone generate $110 million per year, and our sport fishing industry is produces revenues of $925 million and 8,400 direct jobs. But in 2009, the decline in the wild salmon run in […]

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When Will Canada ‘Take A Knee’ For Indigenous Peoples? – Huffingtonpost.ca

As we rush to act in solidarity with our American neighbours, we must remember that Canada too must approach racial injustice with rigour and tenacity. October 16, 2017 As political protests blaze across football fields and dominate headlines, American athlete’s intentions are palpable and fervent as they kneel in protest to social injustice — a […]

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A list of consultations, audits and reviews by B.C. government on some issues – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 16, 2017  VICTORIA _ The British Columbia New Democrat government has announced reviews or consultations on a number of issues since coming to power in July. On Monday, the NDP announced it had hired a consultant to review the issue of ride-sharing. Here’s a look at the government’s approach: Site C: The […]

by ahnationtalk on October 17, 20177 Views

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Ontario college strike cancels classes for about half a million students – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 16, 2017  By Shawn Jeffords and Allison Jones THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Classes were cancelled for about half a million students in Ontario on Monday as faculty at the province’s colleges went on strike. The labour dispute involving more than 12,000 professors, instructors, counsellors, and librarians began late Sunday, after the […]

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Métis Nation and Federal-Provincial Ministers Focus on Economic Inclusion

October 13, 2017 Following up on  the Métis Nation’s meeting with First Ministers on the economy ten days ago, President Chartier spoke with federal and provincial innovation and economic development ministers in Vancouver today. President Chartier and AFN representative Richard Nerysoo  briefed federal, provincial and territorial ministers of innovation and economic development at a breakfast […]

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Candidates spar in debate – Castanet.net

Six of the candidates running to lead British Columbia’s Liberals laid out their ideas to rebuild the party Sunday in a debate that dwelled at times on what went wrong in last spring’s election. The field of candidates includes three members of Christy Clark’s pre-election cabinet and two of them did some soul-searching on why […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 20177 Views

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Is Morneau to blame for Trudeau’s slump? – Rabble

October 16, 2017 If we are to believe a few opinion polls, the Justin Trudeau government is experiencing a mid-term slump. There is, in fact, one poll that shows the Liberals and Andrew Sheer-led Conservatives in a near tie. Some commentators attribute this apparent slump to the kerfuffle over the government’s plan to tighten the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 20178 Views

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UBCIC Endorses National Claims Research Directors’ Call for Withdrawal of Bill C-58

October 16, 2017 (Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, B.C. – October 16, 2017) The Union of BC Indian Chiefs stands with the National Claims Research Directors in condemnation of Bill C-58, which will install massive new barriers for Indigenous Nations trying to access information for land claims and other purposes. The UBCIC supports the Directors’ call for […]

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OPEN LETTER and Joint Submission on Bill C-58, An Act to Amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act and to Make Consequential Amendments to Other Acts from the National Claims Research Directors

October 16, 2017 Dear Members of the Standing Committee, Please accept this submission and attachments by the National Claims Research Directors pertaining to your review of Bill C-58, amendments to reform Canada’s Access to Information Act. Our submission outlines our grave concerns about the content of Bill C-58 and provides reasons why we strongly oppose […]

by pmnationtalk on October 16, 201714 Views

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Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde Congratulates Newly Elected AFN British Columbia Regional Chief Terry Teegee

October 13, 2017 (Ottawa, ON) – Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde today congratulated the new AFN British Columbia Regional Chief Terry Teegee who was elected yesterday at the AFN B.C. 14th Annual General Meeting in Vancouver. “I want to congratulate AFN B.C. Regional Chief Terry Teegee – Maxweeum Tsimghee – on […]

by pmnationtalk on October 16, 201712 Views

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