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Suzuki denies rumours of federal election run in Harper’s Calgary riding – The Globe and Mail

Jan. 15 2015 It was a little idea of David Suzuki’s that almost launched a political movement. Its goal would have been to make climate change a hot campaign issue by challenging Prime Minister Stephen Harper and some of his top ministers in their home ridings. But just as the idea started to take root, […]

by pmnationtalk on January 16, 2015192 Views

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Sawridge First Nation ready to defend itself from federal government’s transparency act – APTN

Jan 12, 2015 The Sawridge First Nation in Alberta says it has no intention of complying with the federal government’s transparency act and plans to defend itself in court. Sawbridge is one of six First Nations that Aboriginal Affairs is taking to court for failing to make public its financial information such as the salary […]

by pmnationtalk on January 13, 2015209 Views

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Simons: Secrecy can’t solve crisis of missing, murdered aboriginal women – Edmonton Journal

January 12, 2015 EDMONTON – Her name was Freda Goodrunning. She was 35 when she died last June, her body dumped in a storage shed behind a closed-down bar formerly known as the Tilted Kilt, on Stony Plain Road near 174th Street. Her murder didn’t generate a lot of headlines. But her tragic story helps […]

by pmnationtalk on January 13, 2015214 Views

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First Nation in Alberta waits on government’s next move after losing oilsands review – CBC

Jan 12, 2015 Athabasca Chipewyan will wait to see how premier consults with community members A First Nation in northern Alberta that is fighting a major oilsands expansion says it won’t decide what to do next until it sees how Premier Jim Prentice’s government consults with Aboriginal Peoples. “We’re saying, ‘OK, let’s continue to address […]

by pmnationtalk on January 13, 2015183 Views

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Canadian Natural Resources slashes spending, defers oil sands project – Mining.com

January 12, 2015 Canadian Natural Resources (TSX:CNQ), the country’s largest independent oil producer, became Monday the first main domestic energy firm to slash its 2015 budget by $2.4 billion or about 30% as a result of plunging oil prices. The Calgary-based oil and gas company revealed that its Kirby oil sands and conventional oil and gas […]

by pmnationtalk on January 13, 2015206 Views

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Alberta aboriginals wait on government’s next move after losing oilsands review – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jan 8, 2015 By Bob Weber THE CANADIAN PRESS EDMONTON _ A northern Alberta Indian band that is fighting a major oilsands expansion says it won’t decide what to do next until it sees how Premier Jim Prentice’s government consults with aboriginals. “We’re saying, ‘OK, let’s continue to address our concerns, because today […]

by pmnationtalk on January 9, 2015151 Views

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Rotary speaker calls on club to work with First Nations – Morinville News

It is time for Rotary members to think of Aboriginal relations. That was the message from Rotary Club of Sherwood Park Youth Director John Vrolijk, the Morinville Rotary Club’s guest speaker Jan. 7. “The Morinville Rotary Club is 10 miles from Alexander First Nation. This Club should go to Alexander reserve and tell them what […]

by pmnationtalk on January 8, 2015181 Views

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CNRL facing Métis challenge over Gregoire Lake plans – Fort McMurray Today

January 7, 2015 Canadian Natural Resources is asking the province for permission to explore the area surrounding Gregoire Lake for bitumen deposits. However, the area CNRL wants to explore is close to the boundaries of land the municipality hopes to develop, and within territory the McMurray Métis argue is culturally significant. The Calgary-based energy company […]

by pmnationtalk on January 8, 2015244 Views

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Family of sexual assault suspect flees home following violent threats – Global News

January 5, 2015 EDMONTON – The family of a man accused in a brutal sex assault on a young girl say, for their own safety, they’ve had to flee the Paul First Nation. In an interview with Global News, Ramona and James Strong said they are “scared and frightened” for their little ones. James Clifford Paul, […]

by pmnationtalk on January 6, 2015185 Views

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Don Iveson on growth: ‘We seem to avoid some of the conversations we need to have’ – The Globe and Mail

Dec. 19 2014 In a six-week series of interviews, Canadians with a variety of experiences discuss the major challenges our country is facing and how best to address them. This instalment deals with building healthy communities. Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson was interviewed July 24 by Brenna Atnikov, a consultant with Reos Partners. Atnikov: If you […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 2014190 Views

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