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MGM marks milestone in planned Massachusetts casino

SPRINGFIELD, Mass.-MGM has marked a milestone in construction of its western Massachusetts casino. Workers on Wednesday raised the final steel beam for the nearly $1 billion resort complex in downtown Springfield. The beam was placed atop what will become the hotel rotunda. MGM Springfield President Michael Mathis, Mayor Domenic Sarno, ...

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Yukon government and First Nation agree on notice about mineral exploration

WHITEHORSE-The Yukon government and Tr’ondek Hwech’in First Nation in Dawson City have reached an agreement on mineral exploration on the First Nation’s lands. The pact heads off legal action launched by the First Nation last June, as it fought for notification and consultation about any type of mineral exploration on ...

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Saskatoon Tribal Council joins forces with city on building hydropower station

SASKATOON-The City of Saskatoon has unveiled plans to build a hydropower station at the weir on the South Saskatchewan River. An agreement is being signed between the city and the Saskatoon Tribal Council to jointly own the power facility, which will cost up to $62.1 million. The project is expected ...

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