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Follow our Indigenous neighbours to a carbon-neutral future

By Gerry Chidiac | TroyMedia The Wet’suwet’en are trying to preserve our planet in the face of the oil industry trying to amass profit     A major issue is getting surprisingly little coverage in the Canadian media. While we looked away to watch the impact of the climate crisis on farmland in southern British…

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Nuclear industry pitching small modular nuclear reactors for the north

By Christopher Read | APT Investigates What will it mean for plans to entomb waste on traditional territories?  With concern about climate change increasingly on the front burner globally, nuclear power is getting renewed interest as a carbon-free energy source. The federal government is looking to the potential of small modular reactors, or SMRs, as…

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Oil and gas provides nothing but opportunity for Indigenous peoples

By Jordan Jolicoeur | TroyMedia The success of the industry is a success for Indigenous people   I learned from my dad about sharing opportunities and lending a helping hand. That principle of generosity now sets the tone for my business and its interactions with customers. The oil and natural gas industry has provided opportunities for…

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What if money is not the answer for Indigenous communities?

By Ken Coates | TroyMedia     The feds tend to use money as a surrogate to real commitment The government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made extraordinary financial commitments to Indigenous peoples in Canada. The number and scale of the allocations over the past few years have been staggering, both in comparative and absolute…

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How to Support Indigenous Entrepreneurs on The Road to Success

Business leaders should help build up capacity through mentorship and coaching, then start looking to spend at Indigenous suppliers Jeff and William approached me in the fall of 2019 about helping with their ecotourism business. They started the business in 2014 and wanted help growing it and getting more clients. They felt if they could…

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