Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: Indigenous communities

Edmonton’s first major roadway to be given a Cree name

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Qualico Communities celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day by hosting the grand opening of the newly completed Maskêkosihk Trail. This 2-kilometre stretch of arterial road...

CIB invests $10M in new broadband infrastructure serving rural Alberta

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The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) has formalized their agreement with Arrow Technology Group Limited Partnership (Arrow) to commit $10 million towards new broadband infrastructure serving Indigenous...

National Indigenous People Day

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National Indigenous Peoples Day takes place on the summer solstice, June 21. It’s a special occasion to learn more about the rich and diverse...

Indigenous-led redevelopment project approved by Vancouver City Council

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The Heather Lands project became the largest Indigenous-led redevelopment to advance in Vancouver after City Council approved the rezoning of the site at a...

Services agreement signed for Vancouver’s Sen̓áḵw development 

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The Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) announced the signing of a services agreement with the City of Vancouver. This agreement is an important step as...

Canada invests in Indigenous wind energy project in New Brunswick

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The Government of Canada announced nearly $50 million for the Burchill Wind Limited partnership between Wolumseket, owned by Neqotkuk (also known as Tobique First Nation), and Natural Forces Development to...

Kingston selects name for new bridge honouring Indigenous history

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The City of Kingston announced that “Waaban Crossing” has been confirmed as the proper name for the new bridge that spans the Cataraqui River...

$110M in federal-provincial funding for 57 infrastructure projects across B.C.

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The governments of Canada and British Columbia announced more than $110.3 million in joint federal-provincial funding for 57 community, recreation, and green infrastructure projects...

Towards Net Zero by 2050: FNMPC’s 5th Annual Industry Engagement Event

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Taking place April 25th & 26th, 2022 at the Westin Bayshore, Coast Salish Territory Across North America, most of the proposed solutions for achieving...

Ontario invests in training for Indigenous people for highway project

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The Ontario government is investing more than $3.7 million to train 110 members of Treaty #3 First Nations communities for rewarding careers in construction....
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