Not to worry! He was found somewhere in the Northwest Territories.
This and that for your Thursday reading.
– Justin Ling reports on the federal government’s covert surveillance of Idle No More: Sitting in her teepee on Ottawa’s Victoria Island in December 2012, Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence was officially starting her hunger strike, breathing fire into the Idle No More movement and setting off a chain . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Thursday Morning Links
by Trent University | Jan 18, 2013: Trent University is pleased to once again host the North at Trent 2013 lecture series, featuring three free public lectures from Trent and visiting professors about Indigenous, health and security topics in Canada’s north. “I am very pleased that Trent University and Peterborough community members will once again . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Trent University to Host North at Trent 2013 Lecture Series
In a recent blog post at Northern Public Affairs, Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox looks at the issue of ‘who gets what?’ when a mine is developed in the Northwest Territories (NWT).
Here is an excerpt from the post:
The resource extractor: they pay royalties (the NWT has the lowest royalties in the world), and costs of . . . → Read More: The Progressive Economics Forum: Mining in the NWT: Who Gets What?