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Wahnapitae First Nation Pursues Economic Development
Wahnapitae First Nation in Ontario recently announced that the community has purchased Rocky’s Restaurant and Marina. The tribe officially took ownership Dec. 6...
Robust Growth for First Nations Bank of Canada
First Nations Bank of Canada saw double-digit-percent increases in loans, assets and deposits for 2010, the country’s only majority aboriginal-owned and -operated bank said on Jan...
Alberta Oil Sands Plant Fire Prompts Shutdown
Officials are investigating a Jan...
More Southern CA Solar Projects Contested in Court
A Native American group has filed suit against the federal government in U.S...
Southern Ute Tribe Invests in Algae Fuel
The Southern Ute Indian tribe has contributed almost one-third of Solix Biofuels’ $20 million in capital for a project to make fuel from algae on its reservation, reports the New Y...
Navajo Woman Teams up with FBI
The FBI and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) selected Albuquerque-based Personnel Security Consultants, Inc...
Tim Hortons Goes Arctic
Courtesy Tim Hortons It reached New York City before it made it all the way up to the northern reaches of its home country, but coffee chain Tim Hortons has opened three express lo...
Inaugural Tribal Wealth Management Symposium: March 30-31
What: Native Nation Events proudly presents its first annual Native Nations' Wealth Management Symposium...
Seneca Nation Wants Tax Relief, Not Grants
Robert Porter, president of the Seneca Nation in New York state, thinks President Obama should quit taxing Native Americans and then sending the money back in the form of grants, r...
Casinos Seek Debt Restructuring
Struggling Indian tribes in New Mexico and Michigan are negotiating preliminary deals with investors in the red tens of millions from bank loan losses and bond debt, reports The Wa...
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