CBC – Yukoners check out job opportunities at Eagle Gold mining project. Potential job seekers were able to talk to major employers at the mine site and ask about training

Dozens of people turned out for a career fair, organized by the Nacho Nyäk Dun First Nation at Yukon College in Whitehorse Tuesday, to apply for jobs and ask about future opportunities at the Eagle Gold mine project north of Mayo, Yukon. It’s probably a first for a mining...
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CBC – Indigenous consultations, protecting environment key to new N.W.T. mining act, says public. GNWT held 1st of many public engagement sessions on new Mineral Resources Act in Yellowknife

The territorial government has begun the process of creating its first made-in-the-N.W.T. mining act. On Monday it held the first of many public engagement sessions in Yellowknife. “This Mineral Resources Act will be made together,” said Pamela Strand, assistant...
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Greyhound Canada applies to stop serving northern B.C., including ‘Highway of Tears’ Transportation company blames public transit and increased urbanization for proposed change

 Greyhound Canada has filed an application to end all its bus runs in northern British Columbia, including on the so-called Highway of Tears, as well as between Victoria and Nanaimo. In an application filed with the B.C. Passenger Transportation Board Aug. 10, the company blames...
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