BC Logging Company Wins Aboriginal Business Award

LTN Contracting Ltd., the largest harvesting contractor in the Prince George area of British Columbia, recently received the Aboriginal Business… Read more »

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Knotty Pine Cabins: The Affordable Housing Alternative

The housing problem among First Nations and Metis communities has been a sore point for years. Some First Nations Bands,… Read more »

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AFOA BC Hosts Human Resources Conference September 23-25 in Richmond, BC

by Krysta Elliot It’s that time of year again for AFOA BC’s Fall Conference! This year’s theme is Human Resources,… Read more »

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Annemarie Henry Has Seen Changes In Toronto Police

For 26 years, Annemarie Henry has been with the Toronto Police. She is a Civilian Senior Officer—a polite term for… Read more »

Constable James Wong, Employment Manager Annmarie Henry, Sergeant Chris Gordon, and Constable Joe Lee at a Toronto Police Service recruitment display.

Mining Uranium: Saskatchewan Cameco Sets the Standard

The Athabasca Basin hosts the world’s richest high grade uranium deposits. Saskatchewan produces 30% of the world’s uranium, and one… Read more »

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ALM Mining Conferences in Canada

The Aboriginal Community this past year has been a landmark one for legal and other developments in land and natural… Read more »

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New Forest Management Standard Helps SFI® Strengthen Aboriginal and Tribal Relations

By Andrew de Vries The Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) works to ensure forest health through its Forest Management Standard, while… Read more »


The International Minerals Innovation Institute

The mining industry in Saskatchewan is blossoming. The province’s uranium mines produce 30% of the world’s uranium, which has created… Read more »

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Athabasca Basin Development And Uranium Mining In Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan supplies 20% of the world’s uranium, as well as potash, making Saskatchewan one of the few provinces with a… Read more »

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Tsilhqot’in National Government Promotes Neighbourly Values And Cooperation

After the June 2014 landmark Supreme Court of Canada ruling giving the Tsilhqot’in Nation more than 1,750 sq. km. of… Read more »