Aboriginal Edge: Confrontation OR Aboriginal and Industry Partnerships

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce says collaboration with Aboriginal communities is key in natural resource development.

 

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce recently published a report on one of the most critical issues facing Canada's natural...

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UPDATE: Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge in Environmental Assessments

Magnetawan First Nation Knowledge Holders work with Shared Value Solutions' Jeremy Shute (left) on a traditional land use and occupancy study

In March, 2015, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency updated its Reference Guide: Considering...

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$1.2 Billion P3 Canada Fund Available for First Nation Infrastructure

 

Got Ideas? $1.2 Billion P3 Canada Fund Available for First Nation Infrastructure

First Nation governments have challenges accessing capital for First Nation infrastructure and economic development projects, such as First Nation power projects,...

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5 Reasons the Mikisew Legal Victory a Victory for Canada's Environment

Mikisew Legal Victory is a Victory for Canada and the Environment
  
In the summer of 2012, the Government of Canada introduced and passed two controversial "Omnibus Budget Bills" - Bill C-38 and Bill C-45.  This legislation shattered a...
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First Nation, Inuit & Métis Peoples are Key to Climate Change Action

Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Change

From December 1st through to December 12th, 2014, Peru hosts the 20th Conference of Parties (COP 20) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.  This is the latest in a series of meetings by the UN’s...

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Reflections on the Yata Kati Traditional Knowledge Conference

Last month I had the honour of attending the Yata Kati Traditional Knowledge Conference in Yellowknife. If you were there, we were the ones interviewing people on their thoughts about the conference and what traditional knowledge means to them....

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