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Oct 20, 2015 Reported higher-than-average turnouts at a number of First Nation community polls Election officials working in at least two First Nations communities in northwestern Ontario had to order…

Nunavut snapshot: the federal election by the numbers – Nunatsiaq News

October 20, 2015 Voter turnout this year was highest ever for Nunavut More voters came out Oct. 19 to cast ballots in Nunavut than ever before. And Liberal Hunter Tootoo,…

Aboriginal Law Report for the week ending October 18, 2015 – Bruce McIvor

October 18, 2015 Pacific NorthWest says it will proceed with its plans for an LNG terminal on Lelu Island despite Lax Kw’alaams filing an Aboriginal title claim. Pacific NorthWest planning…

Federal audit of Nunavut body bogged down in process – Nunatsiaq News

October 19, 2015 Nunavut Planning Commission audit months behind schedule A federal audit of the Nunavut Planning Commission, which Ottawa ordered in July and which was supposed to be completed…

Aboriginal Skills Training Funds Announced – CFTKTV

The B.C. government says $4-million in new skills training funds announced today will help almost 300 First Nations people in the Northwest with employment. About half the money goes to…

Mushkegowuk Council Posts Results of Election Survey – Net Newsledger

8 October 2015 THUNDER BAY – ELECTION 2015 – The Mushkegowuk Council Grand Chief recently reached out to the major parties of the Federal Election with a series of questions…

Hunter Tootoo celebrates Liberal win in Nunavut – CBC

Oct 17, 2015 ‘We’ve been waiting for change for a long, long time,’ says Tootoo support Pitseolak Alainga The Liberal party’s Hunter Tootoo will be Nunavut’s next MP, after unseating…

First Nations groups oppose many LNG projects in B.C. despite Squamish greenlight – Fraser Forum

October 16, 2015 British Columbia’s beleaguered liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry got some good news Wednesday when the Squamish First Nation approved the $1.7 billion Woodfibre LNG project (see artist…

Supreme Court Rejects Rio Tinto’s Efforts to Dismiss Innu Class-Action Lawsuit – Mining Life

Oct 19, 2015 MONTREAL – The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to end a class action lawsuit filed by two Innu communities against the Iron Ore Co. of Canada…

Inuit-Owned Firm Explores for Minerals in Western Nunavut – Mining Life

An alliance between the Inuit-owned Nunavut Resource Corp. and a Sudbury, Ont.-based company called Transition Metals Corp. has turned up potential sites for gold and base metal exploration following aerial…

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