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Does the B.C. gas pipeline need approval from hereditary chiefs? – Macleans.ca

Protesters at a rally in Vancouver in support of pipeline protesters in northwestern B.C. (Darryl Dyck/CP) — This explains the two types of indigenous leadership, what role they each play and why they are often not in agreement. There is … Continue reading

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Agriculture and food industry as part of push for more sustainable food production

A photo provided by Perfect Day Foods of pints of their ice cream, which is vegan, lactose-free and contains milk proteins… Perfect Day Foods/The New York Times Lab-grown ice cream presents a labelling challenge for Canadian dairy https://nationalpost.com/news/lab-grown-ice-cream-presents-a-labelling-challenge-for-canadian-dairy — Milk’s … Continue reading

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Giant Canadian construction project incorporates low carbon heating and cooling

Construction workers are dwarfed by the enormous underground reservoir at The Well in downtown Toronto that will be used to heat and cool the entire multi-building complex. (Michael Wilson/CBC) (Michael Wilson/CBC) CBC – ANALYSIS Don Pittis – News – Business … Continue reading

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The strange tale of the paid protesters supporting Meng Wanzhou at her extradition hearing

Demonstrators outside B.C. Supreme Court on Day 1 of Meng Wanzhou’s extradition hearing Monday. Actor Julia Hackstaff, far right, says she was told she was appearing as an extra in a movie shoot. (Georgie Smyth/CBC) https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/paid-protesters-meng-wanzhou-1.5434613

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Chinese Telecom giant Huawei – A dragon in sheep’s clothing?

Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters Mark Towhey / Winnipeg SUN Opinion Columnist Published: December 9, 2019 Towhey: Huawei – A dragon in sheep’s clothing? — I didn’t know Cisco and Nortel were aggressively targeted back then but does not surprise me. … Continue reading

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Alberta and Canada ignores the ticking time-bomb of orphaned oil and gas wells at its own peril

Eamon Mac Mahon, ASSOCIATED PRESS Syncrude upgrader facilities on the Athabasca river near Fort McMurray Alberta Dec 9 2019 – Globe and Mail, The Narwhal and Concerned Citizen — These are some of the major issues that make it hard … Continue reading

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Recordings reveal details of campaign to attack Maxime Bernier, PPC as racists before election | CBC News

Strategist Warren Kinsella told his Daisy Group employees ‘Hamish and Walsh’ would be asking about results Andrea Bellemare, Kaleigh Rogers · CBC News · Posted: Nov 26, 2019 2:00 PM ET | Last Updated: November 26 New details have emerged … Continue reading

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