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ALTAGAS AND HALFWAY RIVER FIRST NATION SIGN RELATIONSHIP AGREEMENT

Calgary, Alberta (July, 2016) Today, AltaGas Ltd. (“AltaGas”) and Halfway River First Nation (HRFN) signed a Comprehensive Relationship Agreement. The… Read more »

Halfway River First Nation Chief Darlene Hunter and President and CEO of AltaGas David Harris celebrate after signing a ten-year Comprehensive Relationship Agreement in Calgary. The agreement provides the framework for consultation, financial benefits, community investment, employment opportunities, and support for a wildlife study in HRFN’s traditional territory. Photographer: Todd Korol

Jobs at the Vancouver Police Department

The Vancouver Police Department is actively hiring for the position of Special Municipal Constable. In this role, you can work… Read more »

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RRUC Project – Joint Venture Contracting & Local Workforce

The Port of Prince Rupert is within the traditional territory of the Coast Tsimshian, who have lived and traded in… Read more »

Colin Robinson and Elaine Leighton

Indigenous Communities Building the Capacity to Lead Clean Energy Projects

by Ian Scholten - Project Manager, Lumos Energy Clean energy projects hold a lot of potential for Indigenous communities in Canada…. Read more »

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Aboriginal and Minority Owned Suppliers Drive Their Businesses into High Gear

Toronto, April 13, 2016 – Approximately 300 attendees hit the ground running today at CAMSC’s 12th Diversity Procurement Fair. With… Read more »

CAMSC’s 12th Annual Diversity Procurement Fair celebrates momentum and growth as corporations spend over $2 billion on diverse vendors since 2004.

CPA Canada, AFOA Canada Partner To Establish Strong Aboriginal Financial Leaders

The Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) and AFOA Canada (formerly Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada) announced on… Read more »

Tashia Batstone (Vice-President of Education Services at CPA Canada) and Terry Goodtrack (AFOA Canada President CEO)

Power to the (First) People

by Ian Scholten The current oil bust aside, there is a substantial shift occurring in Canada’s energy production. A range… Read more »

The Portage Dam, beside which the Okikendawt Dam was built in partnership with the Dokis First Nation.

Manitobah Mukluks: Preserving Métis Cultural Expression In Unique Footwear

Growing up in the cold Manitoba winter, Sean McCormick proudly wore his mukluks wherever he walked. A deep appreciation for… Read more »

An array of mukluk creations—the final project for the 2015 graduating students. 

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 »

Knotty Pine Cabin exterior.