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Scheer Says He’d Fast-Track Pipeline Challenges Straight To Supreme Court – Huddle Today

Sep 19, 2019 A Conservative government would overcome legal objections to building new petroleum pipelines by fast-tracking any cases right to the Supreme Court of Canada, party leader Andrew Scheer says. Scheer and other Conservatives have for years said Ottawa has to “assert federal jurisdiction” to get important projects built, but he has not until […]

by ahnationtalk on September 20, 20192 Views

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ARC Canada Supply Chain Event a Success with Major Milestone Announcement Coming

SAINT JOHN, Sept. 20, 2019 – Reflecting on the tremendous success of the September 12th Supply Chain Roundtable Event in Saint John, New Brunswick, Norman JD Sawyer, President & CEO of ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc. (ARC Canada) states “I was very impressed with the level of support from all levels of government and by the […]

by pnationtalk on September 20, 20191 Views

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New NAFTA deal isn’t perfect but ‘in the circumstances’ is good for Canada: Brian Mulroney – National Post

‘There are a lot of people down there in that administration who are protectionists, whereas Ronald Reagan and Bush and Clinton were free traders’ ANTIGONISH, N.S. — It may be imperfect, but the new NAFTA is a “good deal” for Canada, Brian Mulroney said Wednesday, despite Andrew Scheer’s insistence that the Americans “took it all.” […]

by ahnationtalk on September 20, 20193 Views

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Wolastoqi painter becomes UNB’s first artist-in-residence in over 50 years – CBC

Natalie Sappier begins her artist-in-residence at UNB, the first since Bruno Bobak in 1965 Sep 19, 2019 Natalie Sappier (Samaqani Cocahq) held a ceremony at the University of New Brunswick’s Art Centre to bless the space she’ll use for the next four months as artist-in-residence. Last year, Marie Maltais of the UNB Art Centre approached […]

by ahnationtalk on September 20, 20194 Views

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NS Government: First 2019-20 Budget Update

The first update on Budget 2019-20 shows Nova Scotia remains on track for another balanced budget. Minister of Finance and Treasury Board Karen Casey presented the update today, Sept. 19. The projected surplus is $30.8 million, down $2.8 million from budget day. “Managing our finances and having balanced budgets has provided a strong fiscal foundation […]

by pnationtalk on September 19, 20196 Views

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Open heart, open mind.’ Elders begin residence at YK library – Cabin Radio

Yellowknife’s public library begins an “Elders-in-residence” program on Friday, inviting residents to come and talk with Elders about any topic they like. The library will first host William Greenland, of Gwich’in origin, followed by Inuk Elder Annie Mitsima. Library manager John Mutford said the library connected with Elders through the Arctic Indigenous Wellness Foundation. Mutford […]

by ahnationtalk on September 19, 20198 Views

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For a sustainable future: StFX, partners, hosting Climate and Democracy Week

StFX University is teaming with the broader community, including the town and county of Antigonish and Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation, to create a plan for a sustainable future when it comes to climate change. From Nov. 14-21, StFX will host Climate and Democracy Week, a week-long series of events, open to all, that will feature local […]

by ahnationtalk on September 19, 201910 Views

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Investments Help More Nova Scotians Access Affordable Housing

September 18, 2019 Every Nova Scotian deserves a safe, suitable and affordable place to call home. That’s why government is investing $88 million over three years to ensure nearly 3,000 Nova Scotian households in need have access to more affordable housing options. The province’s three-year action plan is the first under the new federal-provincial housing […]

by ahnationtalk on September 19, 20198 Views

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‘It’s up to us’: A Mi’kmaq mother’s killing drives Cape Breton community to action – The Globe and Mail

When Cassidy Bernard was killed in her home last fall, she left behind twin baby girls – and a family and community that rallied to care for them. The people of We’koqma’q are pressing for answers and reforms to the systemic problems behind violence against Indigenous women and girls The familiar voice fills the living […]

by ahnationtalk on September 19, 20194 Views

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Nova Scotia had secret pact with Northern Pulp to share environmental assessment costs – TheChronicleHerald.ca

The province made a secret agreement with Northern Pulp to pay part of the cost of producing its environmental assessment documents. Furthermore, it contractually forbade Northern Pulp from revealing any details of the agreement to the taxpayer. “Except as required by law, regulatory or judicial authority, Northern Pulp shall keep private and confidential and not […]

by pmnationtalk on September 18, 20197 Views

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