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Re: Approval of Glysophate Aerial Spraying

Sep 08, 2016

September 1, 2016

Dear Minister Miller:

Re: Approval of Glysophate Aerial Spraying

I am writing, having only recently become aware of an approval granted under your authority as the Minister of the Environment, allowing Northern Pulp and five other companies to spray more than 2,600 hectares of woodland with Glysophate, in an attempt to retard the growth of hardwood trees and promote the unimpeded growth of coniferous trees.

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Truck for Sale - 2003 Chev 1 ton

Sep 01, 2016

2003 Chev 1 Ton dually 4X4, 6.6L diesel engine, 138,000 kms, 6 speed manual Transmission, Air Conditioned, Electric trailer brake control, dual fuel tanks approx. 180 L, 8' fisher minute mount, angle plow, Front left axle seal leaking, asking $15,000.00 OBO. 
Call Tom: 902-8902940/ or Andrew 902-899-6409.

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Treaty Enterprises Retail Cashier - Job Opportunity

Aug 22, 2016

The Millbrook First Nation is seeking a self-motivated professional for a Retail Cashier position at the Millbrook Tobacco Store. The Retail Cashier will be responsible for following all policies and procedures of the Millbrook First Nation Personnel Policy, while portraying strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. The successful candidate would be required to work any shift assigned.

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NIHB 2015 Summary of Benefits

Jun 17, 2016

NIHB Pharmacy Benefit:

The objective of the NIHB pharmacy benefit is to provide eligible clients with access to pharmacy benefits and services in a fair, equitable and cost-effective manner that will contribute to improving the overall health status of First Nation and Inuit clients, recognizing their individual health needs and the context of health service delivery; and provide coverage for a range of drug benefits and services based on professional judgment, consistent with the current best practices of health services delivery and evidence-based standards of care. Clients are required to access any public or private health or provincial/territorial programs for which they are eligible prior to accessing Non-Insured Health Benefits.

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