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How the Trans Mountain green light could benefit First Nations

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The Canadian government has announced it’s going to restart the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. There are several Indigenous groups hoping to purchase an equity interest in Trans Mountain. Project Reconciliation, an Indigenous-led consortium of all Western Canadian First Nations who would like to participate, is proposing to purchase a …

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Canada Declares Climate Emergency, Then Approves…

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Here’s Justin Trudeau just the other week announcing something nice for the environment. Image via The Canadian Press Only one day after declaring a climate emergency, Canada has approved the expansion of a massive pipeline that will increase oil production in Alberta and release more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. …

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SURREY EVENTS GUIDE for June 19 and beyond

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CULTURE National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration and Wellness Event at Holland Park, 13428 Old Yale Road, on Friday, June 21 from 3 to 8 p.m. “This event brings together First Nations, Metis and Inuit families through a celebration of the culture and traditions of Indigenous People.” Event will showcase cultural …

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Community Food Security and Agriculture Awareness Program

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The Community Food Security and Agriculture Awareness Program will support community-led education programs and outreach activities that will result in local market expansion and improved community food security, i.e. raise the profile of PEI agriculture, increase access to affordable local food, or improve health and food safety. Before completing the …

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