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Ottawa plans to make Trans Mountain decision by June 18
The federal government is extending the deadline to make a decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project to June.
Canadian museums set for policy review connected to TRC call to action
As Canadian museums grapple with how to best make space for Indigenous voices and perspectives, a new initiative is aiming to give them a boost. Canadian Heritage has announced more than $680,000 to fund a national review of museum policies to ensure they line up with the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People.
Mi'kmaw grandmothers to launch land title claim against Alton Gas project
Three Indigenous women who were arrested last week have launched a legal fight against Alton Gas, which has a controversial plan to use water from Nova Scotia's Shubenacadie River to create large underground storage caverns.
Re-elected Fort William First Nation chief says he'll focus on job creation
New jobs could come through the First Nation's involvement with the East West Tie Line Project and through an initiative to build a new long-term care facility, Peter Collins said.
Ring of Fire development to be 'slow, contested' if Far North Act replacement stands as-is, legal expert says
Program gives First Nations students opportunity to learn how to dance, life skills
New web series explores path to reconciliation through Indigenous cuisine
Federal climate law crucial to Indigenous constitutional rights, court told
Diavik Diamond Mine wants to dump mine waste into its pits
NASA engineers encourage Indigenous youth to reach for the stars
Inuit Heritage Trust and Parks Canada ink deal on fate of Franklin artifacts