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Source:?The Canadian Press Mar?16,?2014?15:27 GENEVA, Switzerland _ An international trade organization will hear arguments from Ottawa on Monday in an appeal of a landmark ruling that upheld the European Union’s…

Canada’s appeal of EU ban of imported seal products set to begin Monday – CP

Source:?The Canadian Press Mar?16,?2014?10:52 GENEVA, Switzerland _ A hearing of Ottawa’s appeal of a World Trade Organization ruling that upheld the European Union’s ban on imported seal products is set…

WTO Seal Ban – CP

Source:?The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Mar?16,?2014?10:52 GENEVA, Switzerland – A hearing of Ottawa’s appeal of a World Trade Organization ruling that upheld the European Union’s ban on imported seal…

Nunavut’s community government department plans $32.7M in capital spending – Nunatsiaq News

MLAs start looking at CGS infrastructure plans for 2014-15 March 12, 2014 The Department of Community and Government services defended its capital budget at the Nunavut legislative assembly March 11.…

First Nations Treaty alliance formed – Regina Leader-Post

Group to reject federal cuts MARCH 10, 2014 Saskatchewan First Nations have formed an alliance to fight federal funding cuts to their education, health and job training programs. Some members…

Repairing a relationship – Prince George Citizen

Group to reject federal cuts MARCH 10, 2014 Saskatchewan First Nations have formed an alliance to fight federal funding cuts to their education, health and job training programs. Some members…

Nunavut MLAs keep pressing for community airport upgrades – Nunatsiaq News

ED&T minister George Kuksuk says government trying to prioritize March 10, 2014 Two Nunavut MLAs have urged the government to start putting money into their aging community airports. At the…

Nunavik health board looking for more Inuit staff – Nunatsiaq News

NRBHSS wants to grow its Inuit employment level from 30 per cent March 10, 2014 The Nunavik Regional Board of Health and Social Services wants to see more Inuit working…

First generating station of hydroelectric project complete – Northern Ontario Business

3/10/2014 The Lower Mattagami hydroelectric redevelopment project has reached a milestone, completing the 67 megawatt (MW) Little Long generating station, the first of four station upgrades in the multi-year, $2.6-billion…

No personal or business tax increases in stay the course Manitoba budget – CP

Source:?The Canadian Press Mar?6,?2014?16:26 By Chinta Puxley THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG _ The Manitoba government has tabled a cautious budget that contains no personal or business tax increases for the…

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