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Oil and gas, border taxes and a vanishing deadline: federal politics this week - TheChronicleHerald.ca

July 29, 2017 - 08:08

Oil and gas, border taxes and a vanishing deadline: federal politics this week
TheChronicleHerald.ca
Now, the idea has been nixed —much to the relief of the federal government and business leaders. Even though most U.S.-watchers believed the tax didn't stand much of a chance of ever becoming reality, the risk was high enough to prompt some jitters ...

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Three ways politics touched us this week - insideTORONTO.com

July 29, 2017 - 07:48

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Three ways politics touched us this week
insideTORONTO.com
Now, the idea has been nixed —much to the relief of the federal government and business leaders. Even though most U.S.-watchers believed the tax didn't stand much of a chance of ever becoming reality, the ... The company blamed poor market conditions ...

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Oil and gas, border taxes and a vanishing deadline: federal politics this week - Financial Post

July 28, 2017 - 16:42

Oil and gas, border taxes and a vanishing deadline: federal politics this week
Financial Post
Now, the idea has been nixed –much to the relief of the federal government and business leaders. Even though most U.S.-watchers believed the tax didn't stand much of a chance of ever becoming reality, the risk was high enough to prompt some jitters ...

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Iqaluit man accused of murder released on bail - Nunatsiaq News

July 28, 2017 - 13:20

Iqaluit man accused of murder released on bail
Nunatsiaq News
An Iqaluit business owner accused of murdering a man in the city's satellite community of Apex this past May has been released on restrictive bail conditions following proceedings at the Nunavut Court of Justice July 27. Daniel Hodgson, 37, is accused ...

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The Supreme Court's message: Be very careful tampering with the National Energy Board - Financial Post

July 27, 2017 - 05:00

Financial Post

The Supreme Court's message: Be very careful tampering with the National Energy Board
Financial Post
This case actually marks another affirmation that major energy companies like Enbridge are effectively meeting the legal requirements on consultation, as has been held in other cases involving it as well. Indeed, the Supreme Court of Canada's ... The ...
John Ivison: Plunging investment in Canada's natural resources should be the cover storyNational Post
Canada Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge on Enbridge Line 9BloombergQuint

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John Ivison: Plunging investment in Canada's natural resources should be the cover story - National Post

July 26, 2017 - 17:17

National Post

John Ivison: Plunging investment in Canada's natural resources should be the cover story
National Post
This was compounded Wednesday by a Supreme Court of Canada decision to block seismic testing in Nunavut because of opposition by local Inuit, who said they had not been consulted adequately before the National Energy Board gave oil companies ...
Supreme Court decisions provide clarity around consultation requirements for NEBFinancial Post
Midweek podcast: Duty to consult and NAFTA disputesCBC.ca
Canada Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge on Enbridge Line 9BloombergQuint

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TMAC Resources Signs Revised Credit Facility | Business Wire - Business Wire (press release)

July 26, 2017 - 17:01

Business Wire (press release)

TMAC Resources Signs Revised Credit Facility | Business Wire
Business Wire (press release)
TMAC Resources Inc. (TSX: TMR) (“TMAC” or the “Company”) has signed a revised credit agreement (the “Revised Credit Agre.

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Social Outcomes in Canada's Territories Fall Behind National Average - Markets Insider

July 26, 2017 - 12:13

Social Outcomes in Canada's Territories Fall Behind National Average
Markets Insider
Nunavut lags the Canadian average on most of the measures used to assess social outcomes. Nunavut's unemployment rate, prevalence of low-income families, percentage of youth who are not working or going to school, and burglary, homicide and suicide ...

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Canada's top court rules aboriginals properly consulted on Enbridge Line 9 - Financial Post

July 26, 2017 - 10:30

Canada's top court rules aboriginals properly consulted on Enbridge Line 9
Financial Post
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in favour of a small Inuit community in Nunavut Wednesday, effectively overturning the National Energy Board's decision to allow seismic testing in in Baffin Bay and signalling a growing willingness by the ...

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NEB can fulfill duty to consult Indigenous groups, top court rules - The Globe and Mail

July 26, 2017 - 10:07

The Globe and Mail

NEB can fulfill duty to consult Indigenous groups, top court rules
The Globe and Mail
The top court issued judgments in two cases in which the NEB provided authorizations for companies to undertake development activities – Petroleum Geo-Services Inc.'s plan to conduct seismic testing off the coast of Nunavut, and Enbridge Inc.'s project ...
John Ivison: Plunging investment in Canada's natural resources should be the cover storyNational Post
Canada Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge on Enbridge Line 9BloombergQuint

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GN ponders new ways of doing Nunavut medical, duty travel - Nunatsiaq News

July 25, 2017 - 10:07

Nunatsiaq News

GN ponders new ways of doing Nunavut medical, duty travel
Nunatsiaq News
When the Government of Nunavut concludes its next medical and duty travel contracts with airlines in 2019, it could be done under radically different terms, according to a new GN request for proposals that seeks a specialist to help them look at the ...

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Business exchange camp gives Ontario, Nunavut students a life-changing experience - Toronto Star

July 24, 2017 - 10:26

Toronto Star

Business exchange camp gives Ontario, Nunavut students a life-changing experience
Toronto Star
When Ryan Whitcher set out to get some business experience over the summer before starting university, getting sick on a boat during a storm in Nunavut probably wasn't what he had in mind. But the 17-year-old Toronto resident now calls his time over ...

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Arctic exchange: Students from Toronto, Iqaluit swap places to tackle problems - The Loop (blog)

July 21, 2017 - 23:17

Arctic exchange: Students from Toronto, Iqaluit swap places to tackle problems
The Loop (blog)
"Let's put some domestic investment into the Native business owners and help create the jobs, so it's no longer a band-aid solution," said another student. The North Meets South exchange program included 25 students from Ontario and 25 from Nunavut.

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Arctic exchange: Students from Toronto, Iqaluit swap places to tackle problems - CTV News

July 21, 2017 - 22:33

CTV News

Arctic exchange: Students from Toronto, Iqaluit swap places to tackle problems
CTV News
The students urged for more money to be put into building sustainable, independent businesses in Nunavut. "Let's put some domestic investment into the Native business owners and help create the jobs, so it's no longer a band-aid solution," said another ...

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Short-seller calls Manitoba-based company 'ticking time bomb' - CBC.ca

July 20, 2017 - 23:15

CBC.ca

Short-seller calls Manitoba-based company 'ticking time bomb'
CBC.ca
He alleges EIC — a diversified, acquisition-oriented corporation that owns several northern Manitoba aviation companies including Calm Air and Perimeter Aviation — is a ticking time bomb. He argues it is paying its investors dividends it can't afford ...

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Game changer: NIRB now says yes to Nunavut's Back River mine - Nunatsiaq News

July 19, 2017 - 13:18

Nunatsiaq News

Game changer: NIRB now says yes to Nunavut's Back River mine
Nunatsiaq News
After saying “no” to the multi-million dollar Kitikmeot project in June 2016, and being told by a federal minister that “no” was the wrong answer, the Nunavut Impact Review Board “has concluded that the Back River Gold Mine Project Proposal may proceed ...
Canadian miner Sabina gets project go-ahead, shares jump 7 pctTimes of India

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Silver Range Nunavut Exploration Underway - SYS-CON Media (press release)

July 18, 2017 - 14:47

SYS-CON Media (press release)

Silver Range Nunavut Exploration Underway
SYS-CON Media (press release)
Silver Range is a precious metals prospect generator working in Nunavut, Nevada and the Northwest Territories. The company is actively seeking joint venture partners to explore the assets in its portfolio. Technical information in this news release has ...

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Grieving family suffers theft of carvings from Nunavut home - Nunatsiaq News

July 18, 2017 - 13:16

Nunatsiaq News

Grieving family suffers theft of carvings from Nunavut home
Nunatsiaq News
Grieving family suffers theft of carvings from Nunavut home. In wake of boat explosion, RCMP make arrest ... Nunavut RCMP confirmed a break and enter occurred at the residence sometime between July 7 and 14, though the family are pretty sure it ...

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No dice: Nunavut judge rules Iqaluit resto, pub must move out - Nunatsiaq News

July 17, 2017 - 16:11

Nunatsiaq News

No dice: Nunavut judge rules Iqaluit resto, pub must move out
Nunatsiaq News
But Bychok called out Fraser for his own “careless and self-serving hyperbole” in statements he wrote in the business's 2013 annual report claiming such a renewal agreement until 2023 had indeed been reached, despite his own admission to the court that ...

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Nunavut brewery puts finishing touches on shop, tasting room - Nunatsiaq News

July 17, 2017 - 13:24

Nunatsiaq News

Nunavut brewery puts finishing touches on shop, tasting room
Nunatsiaq News
While the craft beer market is booming elsewhere in Canada, beer in Nunavut is still shipped in from the South, which left Livingstone and his four business partners wondering, “Why can't we make our own?” “We can contribute something back to the ...

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