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Tsilhqot’in Nation defends its lands and waters from Taseko Mines Ltd.

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Vancouver, BC (Coast Salish Territory): January 30, 2017: The Tsilhqot’in Nation is in Federal Court in Vancouver this week to oppose an attempt by Taseko Mines Limited (TSX:TKO) (TML) to overturn the scathing 2014 federal rejection of TML’s proposed New Prosperity Mine. In 2010 TML’s initially proposed Prosperity Mine was also rejected. TML’s proposal is for an open pit copper-gold mine where Tsilhqot’in have proven Aboriginal Rights and very near the Tsilhqot’in Declared Title Lands.

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 The economy in the Northwest Pacific of B.C. is transitional with many possible activities that could change the city into the port of "now." This port of the future has been in its history envisioned to have world-class facilities and urban infrastructure in the area of Prince Rupert (on Kaien Island).         READ IT HERE

First Nation Economic Development is the Pathway to Progress for All Canadians

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On Saturday, October 1 and Sunday October 2 in Delta, members of the Vancouver Island Marine Debris Working Group including Ocean Legacy Foundation unloaded all the plastic and marine debris collected from Vancouver Island beaches during a recent clean-up campaign.     READ IT HERE

Solar Energy at T'Sou-ke First Nation

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Sioux Lookout, ON – The Municipality of Sioux Lookout continues to build upon its successful relationships with area First Nations. Council recently adopted the Chief Administrative Officer’s Report on potential Municipal responses to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Final Report and Calls to Action. The Report identifies various Calls to Action categories and outlines general Municipal directional responses to the identified objectives. At the same meeting, and at Mayor Lawrance’s request, Council endorsed the creation of an ad hoc committee . . .                  READ IT HERE

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Clean fresh air is one of the most important components of physical health. In Canada, where much of the population spends the bulk of its time indoors, indoor air quality is critical to public health. If you can smell a musty odour in the house then there is probably mould, and there are many varieties of mould that you do not want to live with. If you see mould in your home then you have a serious health problem.    READ IT HERE

Mould Resistance for First Nation Housing

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Perch have the potential to become cleaner fish to remove sea lice from salmon farmed in British Columbia. Local perch species have been shown to have a promising appetite for sea lice in 2016 trials carried out at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Centre for Aquaculture and Environmental Research facility in West Vancouver.       READ IT HERE


Daily foreign exchange trading volume is $4 trillion. Forex, aka Foreign Exchange, helps determine the value of currency. Value is set by buyers and sellers in the 24 hour market exchange of currencies. Forex is conducted around the clock by many different participants, hedge funds, multi-national corporations, commercial banks. In the beginning of the new millenium PC technology opened the floor to everybody. It takes study be successful in forex trading. READ IT HERE

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Before the birth of 'Industrial Nations' in the late 1800s, before the end of the Mercantile Trade and Barter economy as happened in the mid 1800s, before Napoleon freed European Jews from the ghettos of Europe in 1802, the people of the North West Coast conducted an thriving economy complete with complex international trade protocols and records.                    READ IT HERE

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​Lincoln Heaney is the Indigenous Relations Advisor for Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC) in the Duncan location, meanwhile WCMRC operates out of three bases on the west coast, the main one in Burnaby, one in Duncan, and one in Prince Rupert, B.C.. "Equipment depends on the base, but includes booms, skimming equipment, sorbent pads, boats on trailers, and on Vancouver Island our larger vessels are moored in Victoria and Nanaimo," says Heaney.                     READ IT HERE

AFN's Bellegarde Says Reform Must Proceed in Partnership with First Nations

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Ottawa, ON – On the anniversary of the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), Dec. 15, 2016, Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and federal cabinet ministers to establish an approach for First Nations and the federal government to work together to advance reconciliation and implement the TRC’s Calls to Action that fall under federal responsibility, including implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.    READ IT HERE

Expansion Preparations Call For 6 Months Lead Time

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TORONTO, ON - Jan. 19, 2017 - This morning Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, National Chief Perry Bellegarde, and MP Charlie Angus called upon the federal government to immediately address the ongoing suicide crisis that has claimed the lives of two 12-year-old girls from Wapekeka First Nation in northwestern Ontario. “On behalf of the Chiefs of Ontario, and as the chair of the AFN national Chiefs Committee on Health, I fully support this latest call for action,” said Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day.  READ IT HERE

Grieg Seafood commends work of Ocean Legacy Foundation

Marine Harvest to start value-added production in British Columbia

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Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology YOUTHBUILD PROGRAM

Nation fighting company’s efforts to revive twice-rejected mine

Hon. Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, announced funding from Ottawa for Fish Safe BC to support an education and awareness initiative in January of 2016, that promotes safe boating practices on board small commercial fishing vessels across the country. Fish Safe BC is receiving up to $900,000 over three years to expand a successful safety education program based in B.C., the "Safest Catch" program. This program uses fishermen to train other fishermen about relevant regulatory requirements and how to make safety an integral part of their commercial fishing business.  READ IT HERE

Rick La Violette is a life-long logger and this is no mean feat because, along with being a self-motivated licensed contractor, when you are a logger, you are often equally a survivor. It is one of the most dangerous occupations known to man, outside of, say, fightin' the terrorists. La Violette started dreaming of building a First Nation logging outfit when he was a young man working around Burns Lake, B.C..    READ IT HERE

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Plea to Address First Nation Youth Suicide Crisis

Lawson Mills, leading manufacturers of pelletizing equipment, energy-producers in the green economy

T'Sou-ke First Nation is a busy community on  the south-west corner of Vancouver Island culturally and economically, and they are well known for what they achieved in construction of the largest solar array in B.C., which came about after a process of visioning within the community. One of the options was solar energy which caught the imagination of the people creating the vision. From there it evolved to where they are today.   READ IT HERE

Exciting Initial Results Testing Perch as Cleaner Fish on Sea Lice

Feb. 15, 2017 - Surrey, BC - Marine Harvest Canada (MHC) has begun construction of a value-added processing facility that will provide more healthy and convenient salmon products to its customers. Located in South Surrey, British Columbia, the plant is expected to start operations in July 2017, process approximately 12,000 tonnes of salmon annually, and serve customers in Western Canada and North West USA. “We see an increasing demand in the North American market for healthy, tasty and convenient food,” said Vincent Erenst, Managing Director at MHC.           READ IT HERE

This meeting was held over one and one half days at the Lac Seul Event Centre. Approximately 100 people attended, including representatives from regional First Nations, private sector, government agencies, social enterprises, education, and others. Topics covered by speakers included: RDC Update, Ontario Social Enterprise Strategy, Local Organic Food Coops Network, Paying for Nutrition – et al       READ IT HERE

Strengthening Commercial Fishing Safety in Canada Through Fish Safe BC

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Fisheries and Aquaculture news and feature stories

Stephanie Miller has been Manager of the YouthBuild program at Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) for the past year. She says the program intake for the fall of 2016, "went on for the previous few months. Classes began September 8 and run until mid June. YouthBuild enrolls 40 students, 20 in Level 1 Carpentry, and 20 in the Exploration to Trades," that provides hands on exposure to various building trades.                       READ IT HERE

Feb. 22, 2017 - Ottawa, ON - Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde today said the federal government’s Working Group of Ministers responsible for a review of laws and policies related to Indigenous peoples must work in partnership with First Nations to fully respect the rights of First Nations. “A joint effort with Indigenous peoples to de-colonize Canada’s laws and policies is essential to fully realize our Treaty rights, our inherent rights, title and jurisdiction recognized and affirmed by Constitution and in international law,” said AFN National Chief Bellegarde.  READ IT HERE

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