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January 19, 2017 - First Nation Forestry Council and four B.C. Pulp & Paper Companies work together to promote greater co-operation January 18, 2017 The First Nation F ... +++ January 19, 2017 - Boralex, Enercon close deal on Niagara Wind Farm on Haudenosaunee unceded lands Quebec-based Boralex has closed its ... +++ January 18, 2017 - The 2017 Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund is open for grant applications Press Release: $1 million fund supp ... +++ January 18, 2017 - Indigenous and Northern Affairs Evaluation Reports 2015-2016 Indigenous and Northern Affairs Can ... +++ January 18, 2017 - Matawa First Nations to establish a teleco/telecommunications company PRESS RELEASE-THUNDER BAY, ON:- Jan ... +++ January 18, 2017 - Cameco shares fall after uranium giant warns that analyst estimates are too high TORONTO-Shares of Canada’s la ... +++ January 18, 2017 - Justices raise doubts over law barring offensive trademarks By Sam Hananel THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ... +++ January 11, 2017 - Dakota Access protest policing costs exceed $22M By Blake Nicholson THE ASSOCIATED P ... +++ January 5, 2017 - Swiss wade into complaint against WWF over tribe’s rights By Jamey Keaten THE ASSOCIATED PRES ... +++ January 4, 2017 - North Dakota challenges pipeline developer argument vs. fine y Blake Nicholson THE ASSOCIATED PR ... +++

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Indigenous and Northern Affairs Evaluation Reports 2015-2016

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada– January 2017 Press Release: Evaluation Reports 2015-2016 Summative Evaluation of the Education Facilities and Other Community Infrastructure Sub Programs (Capital Facilities and Maintenance Program) Evaluation of the Investment in Economic Opportunities Evaluation of the ecoENERGY for Aboriginal and Northern Communities Program IBF5

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Justices raise doubts over law barring offensive trademarks

By Sam Hananel THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON-The Supreme Court raised doubts Wednesday about a law that bars the government from registering trademarks that are deemed offensive. The justices heard arguments in a dispute involving an Asian-American band called the Slants that was denied a trademark because the U.S. Patent and ...

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Dakota Access protest policing costs exceed $22M

By Blake Nicholson THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BISMARCK, N.D.- The cost of policing the Dakota Access pipeline protests in North Dakota has surpassed $22 million, an amount that would fund the state Treasury Department for two decades and $5 million more than the state set aside last year. Protest-related funding decisions ...

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