Eagle Eye Digest: Lest we forget, eight powerful IBA strategies, a new era of Indigenous stewardship, and more

Read on for updates on Indigenous funding programs, precedent setting impact benefit and resource management agreements, and stories of prosperity, jurisdiction and stewardship in action. 

 

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Eagle Eye Digest:  Bill C-68 & C-69 Update, A Tale of Two Pipelines, and more

Read on for updates on Indigenous funding programs, precedent setting impact benefit and resource management agreements, and stories of prosperity, jurisdiction and stewardship in action. [And new this week - we're hiring for seven new positions!...

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We'll be at the Ontario Association for Impact Assessment (OAIA) conference Oct 17-18. See you there!

The theme of this year's Ontario Association for Impact Assessment (OAIA) conference, October 17-18th in Toronto, is: Planning & Protecting Water Resources: Emerging Issues, Approaches & Technologies. SVS's Scott Mackay is presenting along with...

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Eagle Eye Digest: QIA Mary River IIBA, Edéhzhíe Dehcho protected area, and more

Read on for updates on Indigenous funding programs, precedent setting impact benefit and resource management agreements, and stories of prosperity, jurisdiction and stewardship in action.

 

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Eagle Eye Digest: Long term Indigenous Guardian funding, Atikameksheng baby turtle rescue, and more

Read on for updates on Indigenous funding programs, precedent setting impact benefit and resource management agreements, and stories of prosperity, jurisdiction and stewardship in action.

 

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Eagle Eye Digest: $20 million Indigenous nation building fund, Indigenous environmental assessments, and more

Read on for updates on Indigenous funding programs, precedent setting impact benefit and resource management agreements, and stories of prosperity, jurisdiction and stewardship in action.

 

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Six Nations Precedent: Indigenous Jurisdiction and Pipelines in Canada

 

Six Nations of the Grand River just set a precedent for Indigenous jurisdiction and National Energy Board (NEB) regulated pipelines in Canada.  And it's a BIG ONE. The precedent will have implications for ALL Indigenous communities seeking to...

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Pipelines and Indigenous Jurisdiction: Husky Energy oil spill

Left to right, Little Pine Chief Wayne Semaganis, Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) Vice Chief Joseph Tsannie, FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron, PAGC Vice Chief Brian Hardlotte, FSIN Vice Chief E. Dutch Lerat, PAGC Grand Chief Ron Michel. Photo credit:...

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Fish, Canoes, Pipelines – Un-gutting Canadian Environmental Assessment

 

The federal government announced the beginning of its review of the federal environmental assessment processes on July 20, 2016 – the day before National Aboriginal Day. The Government of Canada says it has committed to review and restore...

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3 Surprising Facts About Fish Protection and Pipelines in Canada

Part 1 of a two-part blog post on the environmental review process for energy projects in Canada

 

In the wake of the National Energy Board’s (NEB) conditional approval of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline, here are some things we...

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