Kenney follows through on $1 billion campaign promise to indigenous people
As part of this pledge, Indigenous nations will be given $1 billion in loan guarantees to help kickstart Indigenous involvement in crucial resource projects.
From a life of struggle to achieving her political dream: Cyara Bird’s journey
The Post Millennial sat down with Indigenous candidate for the Conservative Party Cyara Bird, to discuss overcoming challenges and fighting for the rights of First Nations communities.
Alberta Indigenous communities buy into Transmission Line
Northern Alberta First Nation and Metis communities have purchased forty percent of the 508-km transmission line.
B.C. Liberal MLA on LNG Pipeline and resource development
As an Indigenous man himself, Ross has been a long-time proponent of Indigenous involvement in developing pipelines.
Northern Saskatchewan First Nation suffering under corrupt, inept leadership
While the case ultimately went nowhere, due to the main whistleblower, Larry Iron, backing off his earlier affidavits stating that he had engaged in vote-buying to help the chief and council gain re-election, the community was left with a leadership that many felt was “illegitimate.”
Lack of transparency around Calgary Flames arena: Canadian Taxpayers Federation
“Many arenas have been built privately in Canada, and there’s no reason why it can’t be done in Calgary as well. So, Calgary can get the benefits of a new arena without having to risk taxpayer money on it.”
A ‘climate crisis’ agenda by AFN Yukon – manufactured or necessary?
Chief Dana Tizya-Tramm has made the appeal to all branches of government, stating, “Gwich’in wealth is measured in our rivers, in our animals and in our lands being healthy.”
Despite some opposition from BC’s Indigenous bands, most see the benefits to the oil and gas industry
“I’m doing this for a purpose. I’m doing this to get my people out of poverty and trying to get us to a better place,” said former First Nation Chief Ellis Ross.