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November 30, 2016 - B.C. Premier Christy Clark’s five conditions for pipeline approval By Laura Kane THE CANADIAN PRESS VA ... +++ November 30, 2016 - Wall welcomes Line 3 pipeline approval, says will be economic boost, First Nations say consult By Jennifer Graham THE CANADIAN PRE ... +++ November 30, 2016 - B.C. Liberal MPs bracing for constituents after Kinder Morgan pipeline approval By Jordan Press and Joan Bryden THE ... +++ November 30, 2016 - Cap and trade to cost people, business $8B in first years: auditor By Allison Jones THE CANADIAN PRESS ... +++ November 30, 2016 - Energy exports help economy bounce back with 3.5% growth in third quarter By Andy Blatchford THE CANADIAN PRE ... +++ November 30, 2016 - Highlights from Ontario’s annual auditor general report TORONTO-Highlights from OntarioR ... +++ November 25, 2016 - 2017-2018 Call for Proposals for the Northern Contaminants Program OTTAWA, Nov. 25, 2016- The Governme ... +++ November 25, 2016 - Government invests $167 million in Inuit housing Addressing Urgent Housing Needs in ... +++ November 25, 2016 - Tribe asks pipeline opponents to boycott Bismarck businesses By Blake Nicholson THE ASSOCIATED P ... +++ November 23, 2016 - Inviting indigenous people into economy means $27.7B economic boost: report OTTAWA-The National Aboriginal Econ ... +++

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Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall

Wall welcomes Line 3 pipeline approval, says will be economic boost, First Nations say consult

By Jennifer Graham THE CANADIAN PRESS REGINA-Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says Ottawa’s approval of a pipeline into the United States will be hugely beneficial for his province. The federal government on Tuesday approved Enbridge’s proposed replacement of Line 3, a half-century-old pipeline from Alberta to Wisconsin that runs through Saskatchewan. ...

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Highlights from Ontario’s annual auditor general report

TORONTO-Highlights from Ontario’s annual auditor general report: -The government pays highway contractors about $8 million per year in bonuses for meeting a quality standard for asphalt, even in cases when it knows contractors tampered with asphalt samples just to get the bonuses. – Road contractors continue to get work from ...

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2017-2018 Call for Proposals for the Northern Contaminants Program

OTTAWA, Nov. 25, 2016- The Government of Canada is committed to supporting governments, Northerners and scientists to better understand contaminant levels in traditionally harvested food that are important to the diet of northern and Indigenous people. Today, the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, announced the opening ...

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Government invests $167 million in Inuit housing

Addressing Urgent Housing Needs in Northern and Inuit Communities OTTAWA, Nov. 25, 2016- Housing is a fundamental need and the foundation for strong and healthy communities. The Government of Canada is committed to addressing urgent housing needs in Northern and Inuit communities through significant investments of up to $167.7 million ...

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First Nation accepts $50M settlement for land in Nanaimo, B.C.

NANAIMO, B.C.-Members of a First Nation on Vancouver Island have ratified a nearly $50-million settlement with the federal government, compensating the community for a piece of land in what is now downtown Nanaimo, B.C. Ninety-eight per cent of the 848 community members who cast a ballot in Saturday’s vote opted ...

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