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Showcasing success – Indigenous Business Forum

NEW ZEALAND-A delegation of more than 25 countries representing more than 500 indigenous businesses  are meeting  in Rotorua this year. Acknowledging the land is how Andrew Carrier of Cree First Nations connects with all indigenous peoples. He says, “The world is no longer small.  We can reach each other globally and that’s ...

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Irving Oil signs deal to acquire Irish based group of energy companies 

SAINT JOHN, N.B.- Irving Oil says it is expanding its reach with agreements to acquire an Irish-based energy marketing and distribution group of companies. The New Brunswick-based Irving announced today it has signed a deal with Tedcastle, which operates under the brand name Top Oil and is a leading supplier ...

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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

The Canadian Press Published Sunday, August 19, 2018 10:06AM EDT  TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Pot sovereignty Representatives of Kahnawake First Nation will hold consultations on the regulation and sale of cannabis within its borders on Tuesday. First Nations ...

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Hydro One Reports Strong Second Quarter Results

PRESS RELEASE- Robust financial results demonstrate strict cost controls, culture of continuous improvement in customer service TORONTO, Aug. 14, 2018  – Hydro One Limited (Hydro One or the Company), the parent company of Ontario’s largest electricity transmission and distribution utility, today announced its financial and operating results for the second ...

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Seminole casinos getting rid of plastic straws

HOLLYWOOD, Fla.- The Seminole Tribe of Florida plans to eliminate plastic straws at its six casinos in the state. Seminole Gaming announced in a news release this week that its casinos, which include Hard Rock locations in Tampa and Hollywood, would shift to earth-friendly drinking straws by next month. They’re ...

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AFN intervenes in B.C. Trans Mountain Pipeline case

Assembly of First Nations Intervening in B.C. Government Legal Reference Case on Trans Mountain Pipeline to Ensure Protection for First Nations Rights (Ottawa, ON) – The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) has been granted intervenor status in the B.C. government’s reference case at the B.C. Court of Appeal regarding the ...

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Quebec Innu nation lifts barricade after reaching agreement with Tata Steel

MONTREAL -The chief of an Innu nation in northern Quebec says his members have lifted a four-day blockade after reaching a deal with Tata Steel Minerals Canada. Chief Tshani Ambroise of the Innu nation of Matimekush-Lac John said today the mining company has agreed to his community’s demands regarding the ...

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Cancellation of Kanata: the AFNQL Calls for a Constructive Reflection

WENDAKE, QC, July 27, 2018  – According to the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL), the cancellation of Kanata must be an opportunity for a profound reflection on the survival and diffusion of First Nation cultures and languages. Ghislain Picard, Chief of the AFNQL, first wishes to recall that the nations ...

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