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Citing environmental concerns, the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation in northwestern B.C. has now rejected a $1.15 billion natural gas deal on three seperate occasions.
At a national conference for education leaders, Aboriginal leader Wab Kinew suggested Canada would be better off if its people were more informed on indigenous languages and cultures.
At a meeting of the Aboriginal Affairs Working Group on Tuesday in Yellowknife, National Chief Perry Bellegarde of the Assembly of First Nations called out the federal government for it's lack of presence at discussions on aboriginal issues.
A hydroelectric dam in northeastern B.C. has contaminated fish in the area with high levels of mercury, according to members of the West Moberly First Nations.
Recent research by a team at Simon Fraser University shows that coastal First Nations from Washington State to Alaska were marine farmers who used sophisticated cultivation techniques to intensify clam production.