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Over two-dozen people, including five Nicola Valley chiefs have occupied the West Kelowna office of B.C. Premier Christy Clark.
The B.C. Court of Appeal has ruled that industrial companies, from industries such as mining and forestry, must abide by aboriginal territorial claims in British Columbia, just like they would for any other landower in Canada.
Hundreds of aboriginal residential day school survivors are suing the Canadian government, asserting they were overlooked in the reconciliation process.
Cries continue for a national and public inquiry into the disproportionately high number of murdered and missing aboriginal girls and women.
Major disagreements between First Nations groups and the British Columbia and federal governments continue to slow and impede the treaty process, say aboriginal leaders.