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The first war-canoe race in more than 100 years took place place Saturday in Victoria's Inner Harbour. Five First Nations from across Vancouver Island kicked off the event with traditional dances and ceremonial blessings.
When Christina Gray is called to the bar in Ontario on Tuesday, she'll be the only law student wearing a woolen red-and-black button blanket and cedar hat — instead of black barristers' robes which is the common practice for soon-to-be lawyers. In fact, she'll be the first candidate ever in Ontar
Questions still surround B.C.'s Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation as a review of the province's urban Aboriginal program funding continue to be called for in light of the death of Paige, a 19-year-old Aboriginal woman who died of an overdose in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
The province is set to lift a ban and once again allow new docks to be built in Pender Harbour on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast, but some resident aren't happy because of the possibility of having to apply through the Sechelt First Nation.
Aboriginal offenders are put at a disadvantage when released from prison according to a report from the Ministry of Public Safety, as they typically don't leave correctional facilities until long after eligibility for parole, thus giving Aboriginal offenders less time under supervised release.