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Liberals extend deadline for Trans Mountain pipeline decision to June 18 – Calgary Herald

April 18, 2019 OTTAWA — The federal government is delaying its decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project until June 18 so it has more time to complete consultations with Indigenous groups. The National Energy Board endorsed an expansion of the pipeline on Feb. 22, starting the clock on a 90-day period for Ottawa […]

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Media Advisory – Launch of the Edmonton Community Industry in support of Indigenous offender employment

From: Correctional Service Canada April 18, 2019 – Ottawa, Ontario – Correctional Service Canada Members of the media are invited to the official opening of the Correctional Service of Canada’s Edmonton Community Industry hosted by CORCAN and the Citizen Advisory Committees (Prairies). Date April 25, 2019 Time 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Opening ceremony and […]

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Town of Canmore’s commitment to reconciliation

April 17, 2019 In October 2017, the Town of Canmore committed to play a role in advancing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Calls to Action. Almost two years in, Canmore’s experience shows the importance of ongoing efforts to make reconciliation part of a community’s life. Examples of the Town’s initiatives to-date include: To advance […]

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Mediation underway at Alberta First Nations school after teacher walk-out – CBC

350 supporters signed a petition calling for the school’s management team to be dismantled Apr 18, 2019 A mediator has been brought in to work with band councillors and school staff at a First Nations in northern Alberta after a walk-out last week stretched into four days of protests. Teachers and staff, along with some […]

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TransCanada launches binding open season for Marketlink

CALGARY, Alberta, April 18, 2019— News Release — TransCanada Corporation (TSX:TRP) (NYSE:TRP) (TransCanada) today launched an open season to solicit binding commitments from interested parties for transportation services of crude oil from Cushing, Oklahoma to markets on the U.S. Gulf Coast for incremental capacity on Marketlink. Interested parties may submit binding bids for transportation capacity […]

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Library seeks Indigenous artists for installations at 3 Calgary branches – CBC

New permanent exhibits planned for Signal Hill, Forest Lawn, and new Calgary Public Library Apr 18, 2019 Calgary Public Libraries is seeking Indigenous artists for its latest art project. The library’s Indigenous placemaking project is doing a call-out for Indigenous artists to contribute to four permanent art installations for the Signal Hill, Forest Lawn and […]

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From spectacle to cultural celebration – Rocky Mountain Outlook

The complex history of Banff Indian Days Apr 18, 2019 BANFF – It started with a train derailment. That is how the story of how Banff Indian Days began in 1894, a topic Stoney Nakoda First Nation elder Roland Rollinmud spoke about during his lecture at the annual Chiniki Lecture series earlier this year. “Banff […]

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No First Nations, Métis candidates elected in Alberta – APTN News

April 17, 2019 None of the 19 Indigenous candidates who ran in Alberta’s provincial election Tuesday were successful in their bids for public office. “I’m discouraged,” said Taz Bouchier, a First Nation candidate for the Green Party in Edmonton. “That speaks really more of the work that needs to be done in this province in […]

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Mangrove Partners Abandons Complaints to Securities Regulator

Calgary, April 17, 2019 — TransAlta Corporation (“TransAlta” or the “Company”) (TSX: TA) (NYSE: TAC) announced today that Mangrove Partners has withdrawn its application before the Alberta Securities Commission (“ASC”) for a hearing related to TransAlta’s recent transaction with Brookfield. As previously released, Mangrove originally filed applications on April 8, 2019 before both the ASC […]

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Tristin Hopper: How environmentalists killed Rachel Notley’s government – Ottawa Citizen

Notley wanted to build one federally approved pipeline with widespread Indigenous support. What did she get instead? Lawsuits and protests. Great job, everybody April 17, 2019 Under Rachel Notley, oil country extended the olive branch at great personal expense to itself, but even the NDP government was tarred as a bunch of duck-killing, planet-destroying, neocolonialist […]

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