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Wapusk National Park Management Plan Tabled in Parliament

From Parks Canada Parks Canada announces plan to connect Canadians to natural and cultural heritage in Northern Manitoba January 17, 2018 Churchill, Manitoba Parks Canada Agency The management plan for Wapusk National Park was tabled in Parliament recently. Reviewed every 10 years, management plans are a legislative requirement of the Canada National Parks Act and […]

by ahnationtalk on January 17, 201810 Views

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Government of Canada releases further details on federal carbon-pollution pricing system

January 15, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario Canadians know that pollution isn’t free. They see the costs in droughts, floods, extreme weather events, and the impacts to their health. A price on carbon pollution is one of the most efficient tools we have to fight climate change and drive clean innovation. That’s why the federal government is […]

by pmnationtalk on January 15, 20188 Views

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BR Manitoba Flood Settlement – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Jan 13, 2018  WINNIPEG – A judge has approved a 90-million-dollar settlement to residents of four Manitoba Indigenous communities that were flooded in 2011. The ruling resolves a class-action lawsuit filed by members of the Lake St Martin, Dauphin River, Little Saskatchewan and Pinaymootang First Nations. About seven-thousand people were […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 201812 Views

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Compensation coming for 4 Manitoba First Nations flooded in 2011 – CBC

$90-million settlement from Manitoba, Ottawa is being presented to the courts for approval Jan 12, 2018 Members of four Manitoba First Nations are one step closer to being compensated for flooding that forced them from their homes back in 2011. Their lawyers are in court Friday, providing details of a $90-million settlement agreed to by […]

by ahnationtalk on January 12, 201811 Views

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The Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) is Hosting a Special Summit on Child Family Services (CFS) Reform

WINNIPEG,  SCO is hosting a two-day special summit on CFS which will gather leaders, elders, experts and front line workers to identify specific, tangible, and community-driven solutions to reform the current child welfare system in Manitoba. The Manitoba Government has announced their intention to make significant changes to the existing CFS system that deliver better […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 201826 Views

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Dauphin River First Nation evacuated due to December flood – CBC

Frazil ice caused river buildup on only road into town Dec 20, 2017 Up to 20 residents of Dauphin River First Nation fled their homes in on snowmobiles Wednesday and others remain stranded in the neighbouring town of Dauphin River, a week after the Province of Manitoba closed the only highway into their Interlake community […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201731 Views

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Big dollars at play for Manitoba in standoff over federal climate change plans – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Dec 21, 2017  WINNIPEG _ A Winnipeg newspaper says it’s learned Manitoba risks losing about $66 million in funding for low-carbon retrofits if it doesn’t soon endorse Ottawa’s general climate principles. The Free Press says Environment Canada confirms the province will lose its share of the $2-billion fund if it doesn’t ratify the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 21, 201725 Views

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Ministers McKenna and Morneau outline next steps in pricing carbon pollution

Climate change and extreme weather affects all Canadians, and we all need to be part of the solution. A price on pollution is one of the most efficient tools available to drive clean innovation while curbing greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why pricing carbon pollution is a central part of Canada’s plan for clean growth and […]

by pmnationtalk on December 20, 201735 Views

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IUS Map of the Month: At-risk trees in Winnipeg

December 13, 2017 Earlier this year, UWinnipeg’s Institute of Urban Studies (IUS) started a rotating Map of the Month web feature that turns large amounts of data into accessible visuals. These maps are created from publicly available data and are intended for public use and information. By not including significant commentary, maps such as Winnipeg’s Year […]

by pmnationtalk on December 14, 201728 Views

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Manitoba News Release: Berens River Road Provides Year Round Transportation Option for First Nation and Northern Affairs Community

December 12, 2017 North-South All-weather Road Completed along East Side of Lake Winnipeg: Schuler BERENS RIVER FIRST NATION—An all-weather road linking Berens River with the Bloodvein First Nation and the provincial highway network is now in service, Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler, Chief Hartley Everett of the Berens River First Nation and Mayor Allan Atlookan of […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 201730 Views

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