You can use your smart phone to browse stories in the comfort of your hand. Simply browse this site on your smart phone.

    Using an RSS Reader you can access most recent stories and other feeds posted on this network.

    SNetwork Recent Stories

คาสิโนลาว เวียงจันทน์_sbobetฟรีเครดิต199_เว็บ บอล แจก เครดิต ฟรี ไม่ ต้อง ฝาก

IndigenousText

Newfoundland and Labrador’s Call for Action Reflected in Federal Caribou Report

December 21, 2018 The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s plan for the recovery and protection of boreal caribou critical habitat in Labrador is recognized in the “Progress Report on Steps Taken to Protect Critical Habitat for the Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), Boreal Population, in Canada” released by Environment and Climate Change Canada today. Previous […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201853 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Year in review: Canada’s climate plan delivering results

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada December 20, 2018 – Ottawa Climate change is real. People are living the costs of climate change first hand, from wildfires in the west to floods in the east, smoke that makes the air unsafe to breathe and heatwaves that endanger the young and the elderly. Last week, the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201853 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

To Implicate Ourselves – Watershed Sentinel

December 20, 2018 It was a breakthrough for me to learn that Indigenous treaty negotiating and re-negotiating sessions, including with Europeans in the 1700s, customarily opened with a ritual round of condolences – mutual admission and expression of regret at the oh-so-human failings behind them. I began to imagine how differently carbon reduction treaty talks […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201838 Views

Read More
PoliticsText

Minister Wilkinson meets with Cowichan Tribes to discuss habitat improvements

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada Duncan, British Columbia — Today, the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, met with Cowichan Tribes, the largest Indigenous group in British Columbia, to discuss restoration efforts in the Cowichan River. These efforts have resulted in an increase of Chinook salmon for the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201842 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Government of Canada supporting Canadian ingenuity through the Low Carbon Economy Challenge

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada December 20, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario Canadians are full of good ideas—entrepreneurs and engineers across the country are brimming with ingenuity, ready to find solutions to our pressing challenges and bring them to market. Climate change is our biggest challenge and one of our biggest economic opportunities, which is […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201838 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

It’s not the end,’ community leader vows after Hillside Beach cultural centre destroyed by fire – CBC

Windy Hill lodge, part of Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre in Winnipeg, burned to the ground Wednesday Dec 21, 2018 Community members involved in a cultural centre in Hillside Beach, Man., are entering a healing period after the centre burned to the ground in a fire earlier this week, says the leader of the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201848 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Update on wildfire site rehabilitation in Skeena Region

Dec. 20, 2018 SMITHERS – The rehabilitation of land impacted by the suppression of wildfires in 2018 is underway throughout the Northwest Fire Centre, with work being done at 12 of the most significant fire sites. The initial work is referred to as “emergency works,” which is intended to stabilize the area before the onset […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201826 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

énergie Saguenay Project — Participant Funding Allocated

From: Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency December?20,?2018 — Ottawa — Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) has allocated $202,313.44 in federal funds to 11?recipients to assist their participation in the environmental assessment of the proposed énergie Saguenay Project. The project is located in the District of La Baie, Saguenay City, Quebec. […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201829 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Christmas events at Nunavut Public Library Service

20 December 2018  Christmas is just around the corner and once again, the Nunavut Public Library Service in Iqaluit invites Iqalummiut to join in this year’s activities from December 20 to 22: Board Games Day: December 20, 2018 from 3 to 8 p.m. Spaghetti Giveaway : December 21, 2018 from 1 to 6 p.m. […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201843 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

West Flemish Pass Exploration Drilling Project — Commencement of Environmental Assessment

From: Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency December?20,?2018 — Ottawa — Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) has commenced a federal environmental assessment for the proposed West Flemish Pass Exploration Drilling Project, located 375?kilometres northeast of St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, in the Atlantic Ocean. Following a public comment period on the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201830 Views

รับโบนัสฟรีRead More
PoliticsText

Government of Canada helping fisheries and aquaculture businesses improve environmental sustainability and business results

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada December 20, 2018 Nanaimo, British Columbia – Taking action to improve the environmental sustainability of British Columbia businesses while also helping to improve business results is critically important to future business competitiveness and to the quality of our natural environment. That is why the Government of Canada is making targeted […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201842 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Not all Indigenous agree with pipeline protesters’ tactics – Kamloops This Week

December 20, 2018 A First Nations woman is condemning the tactics used by members of the Tiny House Warriors during a recent protest at Thompson Rivers University. Kel-c Jules is also denouncing the prejudice that followed the protest. On Dec. 10, a group of Secwépemc protesters disrupted a government pre-consultation roundtable with local Indigenous groups […]

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201830 Views

Read More
PoliticsText

Government of Canada provides funding to facilitate Indigenous and Northerners’ participation in major project impact assessments in the North

December 19, 2018 — Ottawa, ON — Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada The Government of Canada is committed to supporting the meaningful participation of Indigenous peoples and Northerners in impact assessment and regulatory decision-making processes for major projects. Today, the Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Intergovernmental and Northern Affairs and Internal Trade, announced the […]

by pmnationtalk on December 20, 201841 Views

Read More
IndigenousAudio

The Globe & Mail asks why is Canada denying First Nations with clean drinking water.

Credits: Arana Nation Published on Nov 20, 2018 The Globe and Mail asks why is Canada denying First Nations with clean drinking water. The Arana Nation answers this question and exposes the Globe and Mail as one of the biggest reasons why we still have politicians who will neglect Canada in favor of others.

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 2018137 Views

Read More
First Nations Housing Professionals AssociationText

Announcing a New Professional First Nations Housing Association

Announcing a New Professional First Nations Housing Association A new First Nations professional group will begin work on January 1, 2019. This new group is the First Nations Housing Professionals Association (FNHPA) or Association des professionnels de l’habitation des Premières Nations (APHPN). The FNHPA is a national not-for-profit voluntary association whose purpose is to provide […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 201892 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Government of Canada protects two new areas off British Columbia’s coast for Resident Killer Whales

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada December 19, 2018 Vancouver, British Columbia –?The Government of Canada is protecting and recovering the iconic and culturally important Southern and Northern Resident Killer Whales.? These whales hold a special significance to Canadians, and Indigenous Peoples and play an important role as apex predators in our oceans ecosystem. Today, the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201827 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

BC Government: Province protects more wildlife habitat

December 18, 2018 VICTORIA – A unique wetland habitat and rare Garry Oak ecosystem in the Cowichan Valley make up B.C.’s newest wildlife management area. The Somenos wetlands, just north of Duncan, are a prime wildlife viewing site. Over 200 bird species have been observed, including the second-largest population of over-wintering trumpeter swans on Vancouver […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 201841 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Reminder of Nunavut Hunting Regulations

December 18, 2018 The Government of Nunavut Department of Environment (DOE) would like to remind Nunavummiut to review applicable wildlife regulations before hunting. Wildlife regulations are in place to ensure public safety and the ethical and sustainable harvesting of wildlife in Nunavut. It is the responsibility of harvesters to know the regulations. In Nunavut, it […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 201833 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

BC Government: New fund will help communities build cleaner infrastructure

Dec. 18, 2018 SURREY – The Province of B.C. and Government of Canada are investing in locally owned green infrastructure projects that help communities use clean energy and become more energy efficient. Funding will be provided through the new CleanBC Communities Fund, part of the Investing in Canada infrastructure plan’s Green Infrastructure Stream (Climate Change […]

by ahnationtalk on December 18, 201828 Views

Read More
ReportsText

SFU: Report calls for integrating emissions reduction and climate adaptation practices

Report detailing best practices for climate mitigation and adaptation has been endorsed by Canadian professional associations December 18, 2018 A new Simon Fraser University report calls for governments to combine emission reduction and climate adaptation strategies and outlines best practices to reduce the severity of extreme climate impacts. The report, Low Carbon Resilience: Best Practices […]

by ahnationtalk on December 18, 201820 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Group preparing Trans Mountain legal challenge argues government’s mind already made up – Globalnews.ca

December 18, 2018 A Vancouver-based environment charity is readying itself to go back to court if — or they believe when — the federal government re-approves the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion next year. The Wilderness Committee returned $25,000 in participant funding to the National Energy Board last month, citing the short timeline for the board’s […]

by ahnationtalk on December 18, 201832 Views

รับโบนัสฟรีRead More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Members from Matawa First Nations in Thunder Bay, Ont. to discuss climate change adaptations – CBC

Dec 17, 2018 Community members and leaders from the nine Matawa First Nations were in Thunder Bay, Ont. to discuss how to prepare for and adapt to the impacts of climate change and development pressures from December 11 to 13. The environmental gathering, hosted by Four Rivers Environmental Services Group, was an opportunity for member […]

by ahnationtalk on December 18, 201818 Views

Read More
PoliticsText

Statement: Nunatukavut says Province of NL’s Lack of Response to the Independent Expert Advisory Committee Recommendations on Muskrat Falls Outrageous

HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, LABRADOR, December 17, 2018 – NunatuKavut Community Council (NCC) President Todd Russell today issued the following statement: “NCC is extremely disappointed in the lack of action from the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador on the final and second set of recommendations submitted by the Independent Expert Advisory Committee (IEAC) on the monitoring, […]

by ahnationtalk on December 17, 201855 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

SK Government: Natural Hazards Risk Assessment Report Released

December 17, 2018 The Ministry of Government Relations has released a Saskatchewan Flood and Natural Hazard Risk Assessment that provincial and local officials can use as an initial planning tool for potential long-term disaster mitigation measures. “I want to thank the experts and stakeholders involved in preparing this report,” Government Relations Minister Warren Kaeding said. […]

by ahnationtalk on December 17, 201827 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

PSF Statement Re: Broughton Archipelago Agreement

On Friday, it was announced that up to seventeen open-net-pen fish farms in B.C.’s Broughton Archipelago will be phased out by 2023 under a new agreement between First Nations and the provincial government. Please see our statement below: December 14, 2018vember-03-16 Statement of Dr. Brian Riddell, President and CEO, Pacific Salmon Foundation Regarding: Recommendations for […]

by ahnationtalk on December 17, 201821 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Alberta gets federal disaster mitigation funding

Dec 17, 2018 More than two dozen Alberta communities are getting new and replacement flood mapping to support emergency response and long-term planning. The federal government is providing $8.7 million through the National Disaster Mitigation Program for 18 projects. They include new or replacement flood mapping for Drumheller, Medicine Hat, Siksika Nation, Red Deer, and […]

by ahnationtalk on December 17, 201824 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Federal support for 18 Alberta flood mitigation projects

From: Public Safety Canada Flooding is Canada’s costliest and most frequent natural disaster. Today, Randy Boissonnault, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre and Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on LGBTQ2 Issues, on behalf of the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, announced $8,717,650 in federal funding to support work on 18 projects under […]

by ahnationtalk on December 17, 201821 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

ICLR releases new book ‘Cities adapt to extreme weather: Celebrating local leadership’

December 17, 2018 TORONTO: Local governments are taking action to reduce the risk to Canadians from extreme weather. Cities adapt to extreme weather: Celebrating local leadership is the third book by the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction extolling local governments adapting to climate change and building more resilient communities. The three books include a total […]

by pmnationtalk on December 17, 201818 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Statement by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, on the conclusion of negotiations of the Paris Agreement rulebook: Canada supports momentum on Paris Agreement rules

December?15, 2018 – Katowice, Poland “Today demonstrates that multilateralism works to tackle a clear global problem—climate change. Three years ago almost to the day, some 200?countries came together to land an ambitious Paris Agreement. Over the last few weeks, the world gathered once again in Katowice, Poland, for the 24th?Conference of the Parties (COP24) where […]

by pmnationtalk on December 17, 201825 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Plan to Close Fish Farms on Salmon Migration Routes a ‘Step in Right Direction’ – TheTyee.ca

Critics question timeline for change, fear problems will simply be moved to new farms. An agreement to close salmon farms in the Broughton Archipelago is a tentative step in the right direction, say industry critics. But both industry and government “have a long way to go to really protect wild salmon,” says Alexandra Morton, a […]

by ahnationtalk on December 17, 201822 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Government, First Nations chart path for aquaculture in Broughton Archipelago

Dec. 14, 2018 VICTORIA – A ground-breaking government-to-government process has delivered recommendations that will protect and restore wild salmon stocks, allow an orderly transition plan for open-pen finfish for the Broughton Archipelago and create a more sustainable future for local communities and workers. The recommendations come out of a process undertaken by the Province and […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 201852 Views

Read More
PoliticsText

TSB calls for adequate aircraft de-icing equipment, greater compliance with de-icing regulations at remote northern airports

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 14 December 2018 – Today, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is making two recommendations aimed at preventing flight crews operating in remote northern areas of Canada from taking off with ice, snow and frost contamination on aircraft. The recommendations stem from the TSB’s ongoing investigation (A17C0146) into the December 2017 collision […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 201854 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Learn more about the Bighorn Country proposal

Dec 13, 2018 Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips is hosting a telephone town hall to take questions from Albertans about the Bighorn Country proposal. In the spirit of Kananaskis Country, the Government of Alberta is proposing a mix of parks and public lands in the Bighorn region that would preserve natural landscapes while supporting […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 201827 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

First Nations crucial in Canada’s new approach to aquaculture – SeaWestNews

Government committed to moving forward with aquaculture in a way that protects the oceans, and fish stocks, and creates thousands of jobs for middle class Canadians The value of Indigenous and local knowledge must be used to create a precedent-setting model for aquaculture risk-based decision-making in Canada, a new government report has recommended. As Canada […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 201837 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Hardrock Gold Mine Project — Environmental Assessment Decision

From: Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency The Government of Canada is committed to protecting the environment and our natural heritage while growing our economy. Today, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Catherine McKenna, announced that the Hardrock Gold Mine Project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects when mitigation measures are […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 201831 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Kwispaa LNG Project – Public Comments Invited

December?13,?2018 — The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) has commenced a federal environmental assessment for the proposed Kwispaa LNG Project, located at Sarita Bay on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The Agency invites the public and Indigenous groups to comment on which aspects of the environment may be affected by this project and what should […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 201822 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Government of Canada creates new position to promote Indigenous Peoples’ knowledge and participation in the United Nations climate negotiations and to support the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada December 13, 2018 – Katowice, Poland Canada recognizes and values the contributions of Indigenous Peoples to climate leadership at home and around the world. Their traditional knowledge and unique insights into the natural world are critical in tackling a challenge we must all face together: climate change. Today, the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 201855 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

AB Government: Collaboration to protect boreal forest

An innovative agreement between Indigenous communities, energy companies and federal and provincial governments is expected to conserve more than 166,000 hectares of boreal forest. The proposed Biodiversity Stewardship Area (BSA) would be designated a wildland provincial park. This would conserve natural landscapes and watersheds just south of Wood Buffalo National Park, protecting habitat for caribou, […]

by ahnationtalk on December 13, 201828 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Hundreds protest TransCanada in Toronto in solidarity with Unist’ot’en – rabble.ca

December 12, 2018 On December 10, International Human Rights Day, at the same time as the Unist’ot’en people began a fight in British Columbia’s courts against TransCanada’s injunction, hundreds gathered in Toronto in solidarity to protest at TransCanada’s office. The Toronto protest coincided with the start of a hearing in Prince George in which TransCanada […]

by ahnationtalk on December 13, 201837 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Comic Don Burnstick performs in Sagamok – The Kingston Whig-Standard

December 12, 2018 On Thursday, Nov. 29 the Community Wellness Department in Sagamok Anishnawabek First Nation presented a family comedy night at the Multi Education Centre featuring veteran comic Don Burnstick. Burnstick has been doing stand-up comedy for more that two decades with performances and workshops across North America. Burnstick’s appearance coincided with a ‘Role […]

by ahnationtalk on December 13, 201829 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Western Provides Casino Project Update

Dec 13, 2018 VANCOUVER, B.C. Western Copper and Gold Corporation (“Western” or the “Company”) (TSX: WRN; NYSE American: WRN) is pleased to provide an update on Casino Project activities. The Company completed a number of important permitting activities in 2018 and plans to continue advancing the Casino Project in 2019. PERMITTING & ENGINEERING In 2018, […]

by ahnationtalk on December 13, 201834 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Xeni Gwet’in First Nation and conservation officers collaborate on enforcement

Dec. 12, 2018 WILLIAMS LAKE – The Xeni Gwet’in First Nation and B.C. Conservation Officer Service (COS) took part in an official signing ceremony to promote the sustainability of wildlife through a memorandum of understanding (MOU). The MOU aims to foster an understanding of Xeni Gwet’in First Nation’s customs, traditions, cultural and spiritual practices, as […]

by ahnationtalk on December 13, 201824 Views

Read More
IndigenousText

Canada’s National Statement at COP24: Speech by Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada December 12, 2018 – Katowice, Poland Check against delivery. This speech has been translated in accordance with the Government of Canada’s official languages policy and edited for posting and distribution in accordance with its communications policy. President, Excellencies, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, I’m delighted to be here at […]

by ahnationtalk on December 13, 201839 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Commentary: New parks bolster Alberta’s conservation leadership – Folio

Proposed provincial park in Bighorn Country a significant step toward protecting wildlife, water and land for generations to come, says U of A ecologist. Alberta is taking welcome steps to conserve the vibrant lands and clean waters that make this province a haven for wildlife and humans alike. The government’s newly announced proposal to establish […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 201833 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

How Native American tribes are bringing back the bison from brink of extinction – The Guardian

The continent’s largest land mammal plays crucial role in spiritual lives of the tribes On 5,000 hectares of unploughed prairie in north-eastern Montana, hundreds of wild bison roam once again. But this herd is not in a national park or a protected sanctuary – they are on tribal lands. Belonging to the Assiniboine and Sioux […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 201835 Views

Read More
PoliticsText

British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority

A journalist requested access to records about the Site C project. BC Hydro disclosed some records but refused to disclose information under ss. 14 (solicitor client privilege), 17 (harm to financial … View post NT5

by aanationtalk on December 12, 201831 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Cree Nation identifies 30 per cent of its territory in conservation wish list – CBC

Proposed areas represent a territory roughly the size of Ireland, about 80,000 square kilometres Dec 12, 2018 After several years of work and consultation, the Cree Nation Government has identified 30 per cent of its territory it wants to see protected from development, at least in part. When brought together, the proposed areas represent a […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 201831 Views

Read More
ResearchText

Tracking the spread of chemical contaminants in the North: Dr. Derek Muir awarded the Weston Family Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Northern Research by The W. Garfield Weston Foundation

Dr. Muir is internationally recognized as one of the first to discover high concentrations of chemical contaminants in Arctic food chains. His research spanning more than 30 years has uncovered how pollutants “fly, swim and hop” in the environment ending up in seals, whales, polar bears, Arctic fish and plants. His commitment to research has […]

by pmnationtalk on December 12, 201847 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

Parks Canada shirks UN request for review of Site C dam impacts on imperilled national park – The Narwhal

UNESCO issued a stern warning that, in order to keep Wood Buffalo National Park off a list of world heritage sites in danger, Canada must take “major and timely” action on 17 recommendations, including an impact assessment of B.C.’s controversial megadam Canada will not provide the UNESCO World Heritage Committee with an assessment of the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 201846 Views

Read More
Mainstream Aboriginal Related NewsText

UARB considers permit extension for Alton gas project – TheChronicleHerald.ca

The Alton natural gas project and dogged opposition to it are again before a provincial regulator. “On Nov. 14, Alton filed a letter with the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board to extend the permit to construct for the natural gas storage caverns,” said Lori MacLean, spokeswoman for Alton Natural Gas Storage LP. “The process […]

by ahnationtalk on December 11, 201839 Views

Read More

NationTalk Partners & Sponsors Learn More