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Dehcho leaders vote to ban fracking in traditional territory – CBC

May 06, 2015 Dene and Métis leaders in Dehcho passed resolution to ban fracking on 215,000 km territory last week Dene and Métis leaders in the Northwest Territories’ Dehcho region have voted to ban fracking on their traditional lands, passing a resolution during a meeting last week. The resolution states that fracking can not happen within the […]

by ahnationtalk on May 6, 2015196 Views

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Casino mine proposal still lacks info, say Yukon gov’t, First Nations – CBC

May 01, 2015 Yukon board already sent earlier project proposal back for more work Yukon First Nations and several territorial government departments want to send the Casino mine project proposal back for more work, saying it’s still missing key information about the mine’s potential impacts and the company’s plans to mitigate damage. The Casino Mining Corporation, a […]

by ahnationtalk on May 1, 2015210 Views

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RCMP arrest Whitehorse youth in murder of First Nations teen – The Globe and Mail

Apr. 29, 2015 Nearly five months after the body of a native girl was discovered on a Whitehorse walking trail, a teenaged male has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the killing that shook the local First Nation community and triggered all available RCMP resources. Brandy Vittrekwa, who was just two months shy […]

by ahnationtalk on April 30, 2015286 Views

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Nunavut health department lifts Inuksugait Plaza boil water advisory – Nunatsiaq News

April 28, 2015 Advisory “a precautionary measure,” says Government of Nunavut Nunavut’s health department withdrew a boil water advisory for several buildings around Inuksugait Plaza in Iqaluit, April 28, after tests confirmed water is safe to drink straight from the tap. The department lifted the advisory at 11:00 a.m., after tests showed the water was […]

by NationTalk on April 29, 2015197 Views

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Whitehorse to hold forum today on protecting the homeless – CBC

Apr 24, 2015 Hundreds expected at event hosted by city and Kwanlin Dun First Nation Hundreds are expected to take part in a forum today in Whitehorse focused on how to help the city’s homeless and other vulnerable people. The event is sponsored by the Kwanlin Dun First Nation and the City of Whitehorse. Mayor Dan […]

by ahnationtalk on April 24, 2015205 Views

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N.W.T. Surface Rights Board set up to resolve land access disputes – CBC

Apr 24, 2015 Board to settle disputes between aboriginal groups and resource extraction companies A board designed to settle land access disputes in the N.W.T. between aboriginal groups and resource extraction companies has now been staffed, the territorial government has announced. The N.W.T. Surface Rights Board will determine the terms — including potential financial compensation […]

by ahnationtalk on April 24, 2015209 Views

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Nunavut students return wiser, more worldly, from European tour – Nunatsiaq News

April 22, 2015 “Personally, my favourite place had to have been the Anne Frank house” CAMBRIDGE BAY — From Cambridge Bay, to Alberta, to Paris, to Brussels, to Amsterdam and back again. A group of 29 Cambridge Bay residents including 16 high school students and 13 chaperones, made that round trip from March 29 to […]

by ahnationtalk on April 24, 2015197 Views

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Arctic Council invite-only reception offers showcase for Nunavut artists, designers – Nunatsiaq News

April 23, 2015 “This can lead to new markets in different places around the world” If you live in Iqaluit, unless you’re a politician, you probably won’t be on the guest list — but a private reception for high-ranking ministers and visiting officials from around the circumpolar world — in Iqaluit for the Arctic Council […]

by ahnationtalk on April 24, 2015180 Views

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Dettah chief worried Ekati’s Jay pipe expansion may affect caribou – CBC

Apr 22, 2015 ‘We cannot direct them to go here and there,’ says Ed Sangris of Bathurst herd migration The Chief of Dettah, N.W.T., is concerned the proposed Ekati diamond mine expansion will have negative effects on caribou. Technical sessions are being held for aboriginal organizations, government and others this week at the Tree of Peace Friendship Centre in […]

by ahnationtalk on April 22, 2015180 Views

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Controversial Bill S-6 going to 3rd reading as is – CBC

Apr 21, 2015 Parliamentary standing committee votes down all amendments to S-6 The parliamentary standing committee studying Bill S-6 will send the bill for third reading in the House of Commons, without any significant changes. The controversial legislation contains proposed amendments to the Yukon Environmental and Socio-Economic Assessment Act. Yukon First Nations are opposed to the bill, saying it undermines […]

by ahnationtalk on April 22, 2015204 Views

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