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Camp will expose aboriginal youth to health careers – Western Star

July 23, 2015 Aboriginal youth in the province will get an opportunity to learn about careers in health care during a, first of its kind, Healers of Tomorrow Gathering at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland next month. From Aug. 1 to 7 participants in the careers camp will get the opportunity to explore a […]

by ahnationtalk on July 23, 2015649 Views

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N.S. First Nations group suggests voting for anyone but Harper – The Chronicle Herald

July 22, 2015 SYDNEY — A Nova Scotia aboriginal advocacy agency is not calling for an outright anti-Conservative campaign in the upcoming federal election. But the Mi’kmaq Rights Initiative is urging aboriginals to cast ballots, and is strongly hinting that a vote for any party other than the one led by Prime Minister Stephen Harper […]

by ahnationtalk on July 23, 2015573 Views

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First Nations coastline study pinpoints Bras d’Or Lake erosion – CBC

Eastern side of lake most vulnerable to wave, wind erosion Jul 21, 2015 Cape Breton’s First Nations communities are reviewing a climate change study that identifies the parts of Bras d’Or Lake coastline most vulnerable to flooding and erosion. The first phase of the study, called “Impacts of Climate Change and Sea Level Rise on […]

by ecnationtalk on July 22, 2015687 Views

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Mi’kmaq, CBRM reach deal on cruise ship terminal expansion – The Chronicle Herald

July 21, 2015 SYDNEY — The chiefs of Membertou and Eskasoni say a deal with the Cape Breton Regional Municipality over the proposed expansion of the Sydney cruise ship terminal will help boost tourism and jobs for everyone, including First Nation people. On Tuesday, the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs announced the deal, which […]

by ahnationtalk on July 22, 2015686 Views

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Canadian provinces to cut fuel use, boost tidal energy – Mining.com

July 21, 2015 A group of Canadian provinces and territories have set a task force to lower the use of diesel fuel to generate electricity in remote communities, while Nova Scotia and British Columbia will work on developing tidal energy on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. The deals, announced Tuesday during the second and last day […]

by pmnationtalk on July 22, 2015564 Views

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Gull Island Hydro Development Could See 2250 MW of Power for export – VOCM

Tuesday , July 21 2015 | 11:21:34 AM A potential hydro development at Gull Island would cost billions, but Natural Resources Minister Derrick Dalley assures ratepayers in this province won’t be on the hook for the project. A working group has been established to investigate the potential of developing Gull Island with interest from Ontario. […]

by mmnationtalk on July 21, 2015603 Views

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5 Indigenous Music Awards nominees to watch out for – CBC

Jul 18, 2015 On Unreserved, special guest Jacquie Black reveals 10th anniversary surprises The Indigenous Music Awards turns 10 this year and to celebrate, Unreserved wants to tune you into some of this year’s talented nominees. The IMAs celebrate indigenous music makers from across Canada and around the world. Formerly known as the Aboriginal Peoples […]

by ahnationtalk on July 20, 2015484 Views

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Salvation Fish’ That Sustained Native People Now Needs Saving – National Georgraphic

Traditional fishermen lead the fight to bring back a species that has an outsize role in nature and culture. July 07, 2015 FISHERY BAY, Canada—It’s nearly midnight, and Oscar Robinson Sr. has been on his feet for hours, stitching a torn fishing net by the light of a naked bulb. At sundown, two Steller sea […]

by pmnationtalk on July 20, 2015622 Views

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Premiers’ Embrace of Aboriginal Issues Has Been a Long Time Coming – Huffington Post

July 20, 2015 The recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission were on the agenda of Canada’s premiers, meeting at Happy Valley-Goose Bay earlier this week. The Premiers did more than discuss the wide-ranging recommendations. They took the unusual step of endorsing the lengthy list, with Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Paul Davis saying, “We will […]

by ahnationtalk on July 20, 2015523 Views

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Premiers ready to welcome Ottawa into alliance that buys drugs in bulk – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 17, 2015 11:19 ST. JOHN’S, N.L. _ Canada’s premiers are opening the door for the federal government to join a provincial and territorial alliance that buys prescription drugs in bulk. Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski says the provinces and territories would like to see Ottawa bring all of its drug plans into the alliance […]

by ahnationtalk on July 17, 20151017 Views

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