By The Canadian Press
EDMONTON - Six aboriginal groups near Alberta's oilsands are wondering where they can voice their concerns about growing development after the government said they shouldn't be heard at a precedent-setting review of the province's environmental plans for the area.
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Ted Hughes calls for action, not further study, on underlying problems that lead to a high rate of first nations children being taken from their parents
By Rob Shaw, Vancouver Sun
VICTORIA — Canada’s premiers will attempt this week to tackle the unacceptably high rate of aboriginal kids in government care.
Read more: Premiers face pressure to help aboriginal kids
by Staff Writer - Vernon Morning Star
A new agreement with the provincial government will allow the Splatsin First Nation to receive provincial revenues from the Cranberry Creek hydroelectric project.
Read more: Splatsin First Nation shares clean energy revenue