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Province Supporting Broadband Access to Better Connect Northwestern Ontario Indigenous Community

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Press Release Ontario making economic development programs open to broader range of businesses and workers February 11, 2020 MISHKEEGOGAMANG – Ontario’s government is helping increase broadband access and affordability for more than 600 residents living in the Mishkeegogamang Ojibway Nation community in Northwestern Ontario. Today, Greg Rickford, Minister of Energy, …

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A look at the Coastal GasLink pipeline and its history

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VANCOUVER — Protests continue across the country as the RCMP enforce an injunction requiring opponents of the Coastal GasLink pipeline to clear the way for construction in northern British Columbia. Here is a look at the project and its history: The project: B.C. Premier John Horgan announced provincial support for …

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Throne speech builds momentum toward a stronger B.C. for everyone

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John Horgan, Leader, BC NDP Victoria: Today’s speech from the throne marks the positive changes people across B.C. are starting to see through stronger public services, policies that are making life more affordable, and the opportunities a strong, sustainable economy can provide for everyone. “British Columbians are starting to see …

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BillC-92 offers hope:FSIN

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Business, News Bill C-92 offers hope:FSIN EFN Staff | February 11, 2020 Indigenous peoples across Canada, “are on the threshold of a new era of hope,” now that their jurisdiction over Indigenous child welfare has been recognized, Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Chief Perry Bellegarde said. The new law emphasizes …

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…Occupied & Ports, Freeways, and Railroads Shut Down Across Canada As RCMP Reaches Unist’ot’en…

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February 10 Filed under: Action, Canada, Development, Featured, Indigenous, Land, Northwest, Repression, The State On Thursday, February 6th, the RCMP began a highly militarized raid on unceded Wet’suwet’en territory. By nightfall on Thursday, demonstrations, protests, acts of targeted sabotage and vandalism, and blockades of ports, freeways, and railroads had broken …

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RCMP exclusion zone called ‘unlawful’ as police arrest matriarchs at Unist’ot’en healing camp

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Coastal GasLink cannot legally proceed with pipeline construction activities in the area around the Unist’ot’en healing centre, where Wet’suwet’en nation matriarchs and their supporters were arrested on Monday for defying a court-ordered injunction, the B.C. environment ministry has confirmed. But the company is permitted to use a bridge leading to …

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