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First Light, New Workers for Wataynikaneyap

First Light, New Workers for Wataynikaneyap Thunder Bay, Ont. – A major milestone was hit on Canada’s Largest First Nations-led infrastructure project as the Pikangikum First Nation was officially connected to Ontario’s power grid through the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Line Project. The Project is one of the most ambitious and transformative infrastructure projects in Canada’s history, led …

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Aboriginal Tourism Thriving in Quebec

Aboriginal Tourism Thriving in Quebec Wendake, Que. – According to Quebec Aboriginal Tourism, each year their industry segment welcomes more than 816,000 visitors and sustains nearly 3,500 jobs across 150 Aboriginal tourism operators from 11 Indigenous groups located in 55 communities. Some other interesting facts about the provincial industry include: • Nowadays Aboriginal companies are more …

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Pirurvik Picks Up $1 MILLION Prize

Whitehorse, YT – The seventh annual Arctic Inspiration Prize Awards Ceremony was held here recently in conjunction with the third instalment of the Arctic Indigenous Investment Conference.

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White River, Ont. – Ontario Premier Doug Ford recently joined Harte Gold President Stephen Roman to officially open the company’s new gold property, the Sugar Zone mine. The mine’s arrival follows the revival of the township’s once-mothballed sawmill, which was relaunched five years ago, and signals a new era of prosperity in the region. “The opening …

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