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Remove politics from Bill C-69, Calgary Chamber says

February 20, 2019 CALGARY – Canada’s advantage as a natural resource economy is being severely threatened by a federal bill that will put a chill on investment in many industries if passed in its current form, says the President and CEO of the Calgary Chamber. Sandip Lalli says the core of Canada’s economic engine is […]

by pmnationtalk on February 21, 20195 Views

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BCAFN – Letter to the Editor: The Courage of Implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

February 15, 2019 On February 13, 2019, Premier Horgan took an empowering step forward for this Province with the commitment to introduce legislation to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (“UNDRIP”). First Nations in BC strongly support Premier Horgan in this regard, and we share his courage to advance us […]

by ahnationtalk on February 18, 20199 Views

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Beaver Lake Cree Nation to argue key motion in massive treaty case

From February 19 to February 21, Beaver Lake Cree Nation, Treaty No. 6 will be in court arguing a key motion whose outcome may well decide the fate of a massive Treaty challenge the Nation launched in 2008. WireService.ca Media Release (02/14/2019) Edmonton, AB on Treaty No. 6 Territory/Vancouver – From February 19 to February 21, […]

by pmnationtalk on February 15, 201911 Views

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Alberta’s Path to Reconciliation – AB Government

Rachel Notley’sgovernment hasworked tomake life better for Indigenous people, one of the fastest growingand most culturally diversepopulations in the province. Over the past fouryears, the Albertagovernmenthasstrengthenedpartnerships with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, organizations and people. Afterthe 2015 election, Premier Rachel Notley apologized for Alberta’s failure to stopthe federal Indian Residential School system. She also […]

by ahnationtalk on February 12, 201913 Views

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Indigenous-led truck convoy rolls through northern Alberta to support pro-pipeline movement – CBC

Feb 10, 2019 Dozens of truckers joined rally Sunday in community 200 km north of Edmonton Indigenous truck drivers staged a pro-pipeline rally in the small community of Lac La Biche, Alta, Sunday as laid-off oil and gas workers struggle to make ends meet. Sunday’s rally, about 200 kilometres northeast of Edmonton, was billed as the first […]

by ahnationtalk on February 11, 201911 Views

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North of 60′ actor Dakota House says he’s running in upcoming Alberta election – CBC

Feb 07, 2019 House, 44, to represent Alberta Party in Peace River constituency Actor Dakota House, best known for his role on the CBC television series North of 60, is taking the leap into Alberta politics. House, who is 44, is to represent the Alberta Party in the Peace River constituency. In a video posted on […]

by ahnationtalk on February 8, 201917 Views

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First Nations want Calgary to be renamed “Elbow Town” – rdnewsnow.com

February 5, 2019 CALGARY – If a group of First Nations get their wish, Calgary will be renamed “Wichispa Oyade” — Stoney Nakoda terms that roughly translate to mean elbow town. The Stoney Nakoda have applied to have a long list of well-known places across southern Alberta changed to reflect traditional names given by their people. […]

by pmnationtalk on February 5, 201918 Views

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Alberta honours former premier Jim Prentice with official portrait – Lethbridge News Now

February 05, 2019 EDMONTON —  Jim Prentice, the last premier of Alberta’s 44-year Progressive Conservative dynasty, was honoured Monday as a man of courage and vision — and one who couldn’t resist meeting with school tours when they passed by his office. “(He would) totally divert the planned tour by saying to the children, ‘Have you been in the premier’s office?’” his wife, […]

by pmnationtalk on February 5, 201918 Views

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Genuis: Bills C-69 and C-48 create barriers for industry – Sherwood Park News

February 5, 2019 With no new pipelines on the horizon and a pair of bills that have the energy sector worried, an Alberta MP is pushing hard in the House of Commons to get some answers and clarity on issues surrounding the oil and gas industry. Sherwood Park-Fort Saskatchewan Conservative MP Garnett Genuis tabled a […]

by pmnationtalk on February 5, 201916 Views

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Government of Canada, Indigenous Groups and Partners Finalize Action Plan to protect Wood Buffalo National Park World Heritage Site

Action Plan to protect Wood Buffalo submitted to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre February 1, 2019   Ottawa, Ontario        Parks Canada Agency The Government of Canada is working with Canadians to ensure the ongoing protection of Wood Buffalo National Park World Heritage Site. Today, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for […]

by pmnationtalk on February 1, 201919 Views

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