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TMX board approved additional $5M in future bonuses for federally…

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Months before the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project was approved a second time, the leadership of the new government-owned pipeline company approved $5 million in future bonuses for top executives and employees to keep them onboard. At a 2018 board meeting a week before Christmas, while the fate of the Trans …

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Writing a kids book

Posted by bmboucbelair Posted on Juil – 28 – 2019 Commentaires fermés sur Writing a kids book In special circumstances we can award larger grants for more major projects. Several reference managers exist with different features and strengths. Community Access Career Opportunities Community Events Guide to Powwow Country Scholarship Listings …

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New measles case on YVR – BC News

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Photo: CTV News Karin Duggan had a very unexpected guest in her Coquitlam home this week. “I looked over and there was a bear coming into the kitchen,” Duggan said. Her home is near Mundy Park and she said the animal walked in through the patio door, which was open …

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Commercial Superintendent Salary

With neuvoo’s salary tool, you can search and compare thousands of salaries in your region. 1 BELFOR Commercial Superintendent Salaries Browse BELFOR Salaries by Job Title → BELFOR Commercial Superintendents earn $40,000 annually , or $19 per hour, which is 48% lower than the national average for all Commercial Superintendents …

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Some Millennials Would Rather Stay In Bad Relationships Than Give Up…

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Serious question: Are you arguing that statistically, there are more unmarried men than women? be more specific. which country? which decades? but more importantly: we are not discussing unmarried men vs unmarried women, are we? we are discussing unmarried men in rural or farm areas, vs unmarried women in rural …

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Reward the wealthy, fail the needy – In-Sights

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Journalism In 2011, Canada’s austerity driven federal government suspended, delayed or cancelled numerous Environment Canada programs, including the Action Plan on Clean Water. Stephen Harper’s administration made the choice even though adult residents of some First Nations communities had lived entire lives with water systems contaminated by bacteria and chemical …

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NationTalk Morning Brief – 07.26.19

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NATIONTALK INTERVIEW Regional Chief Roger Augustine at the AFN National Annual General Assembly NationTalk interviews Regional Chief Roger Augustine at the AFN National Annual General Assembly, 2019 being held in Fredericton, New Brunswick. He speaks about languages and culture as an important priority. He also addresses the crucial role of …

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Chalet Hotel’s new owner led secret double life – Winnipeg Free Press

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The man who placed the winning — and only — bid at Tuesday’s mortgage auction of the Chalet Hotel — home to Teasers strip club — is a disbarred lawyer who led a secret double life as a pimp until his conviction for kidnapping and prostitution two decades ago. The …

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Ontario First Nation divided over fate of legal cannabis grow-op on…

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A legal cannabis grow-op on an Ontario First Nation has been stopped due to community opposition.  Chief and council of Neyaashiinigmiing First Nation enacted a temporary bylaw last month restricting an Indigenous cannabis company from operating on the reserve —  even though it is one step away from final approval …

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Government of Canada supports efforts to better understand how…

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Classified in: HealthSubjects: SVY, NTA, CFG, MAT Three new projects will collect data and help address the opioid crisis OTTAWA, July 25, 2019 /CNW/ – Supporting the health and well-being of Indigenous communities and strengthening hope and resilience in these communities are essential parts of addressing substance-related harms and the opioid …

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