Shivering, wide-eyed and slightly wet under the light rain of a chilly morning, a group of elementary students paid tribute Wednesday to those who faced the injustice of residential schools.
Tories withhold specifics of $16-million ad campaign Spending amounts to 7,000-per-cent increase, NDP critic says
The Harper government is declining to explain how and where it is spending millions of taxpayer dollars on advertising to promote oil, gas and pipeline companies as well as other Canadian natural resources.
Consultants for Enbridge Northern Gateway recently criticized a report we prepared identifying deficiencies in their oil spill risk assessment. They made a number of assertions about our report that are incorrect.
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Premier Christy Clark persuaded British Columbians that she and her Liberal team were the best choice to foster economic growth over the next four years.
Her reward is a chance to deliver on her promises, a job that is both formidable and urgent.
In the last week before the vote, she recognized that urgency.
A Cree woman from Saskatchewan who felt she was losing her mind while being held in solitary confinement in federal prisons has settled a lawsuit that claimed she was being treated illegally and inhumanely.
First Nations agreement to promote addressing violence Howe Sound Women’s Society advocated to end violence against elders, women and children FIRST NATIONS
Two of six First Nations Chiefs were present on Tuesday (May 21) to sign a formal safety and security agreement that encourages band councils to take actions in their communities to address the issue of violence against women, children and elders.
Adrian Dix’s future in B.C. politics, after a defeat in last week’s provincial election that shocked his party, is expected to become a lot clearer this week.
The B.C. NDP Leader is to meet the media Wednesday in Vancouver after quietly canvassing MLAs, candidates and others in the party on what went wrong.
20 May 2013 – Around 2,300 indigenous participants are expected to discuss culture, education and health during the 12th session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, which will include a special focus on youth, indigenous groups in Africa and the importance of strengthening ties with international financial institutions.
Alberta police have charged an 18-year-old woman with first-degree murder in the slaying of a B.C. man Saturday in Gleichen.
Investigators are saying little about what led to the killing of Tak Tai Lawrence Leung, from Chilliwack, B.C., early Saturday.
Christy Clark should make dealing with First Nations a priority Opinion: Ending uncertainty over treaty issues key to advancing British Columbia government’s economic agenda
The recent election was notable for the single-minded focus by the victorious Liberals on an aggressive economic development agenda, together with the lack of any serious discussion of the principal impediment to that agenda, namely the gummed-up mess our senior governments have made of native land claims.
A Sto: lo woman's nine-year fight over a few hundred sockeye salmon has ended with an absolute discharge and a payout for most of the fish confiscated.
After more than 200 court appearances since 2004, B.C. Chief Justice Thomas Crabtree granted Patricia Kelly an absolute discharge in Chilliwack court May 9.
A large sign with the word Pkols carved into it was firmly cemented into the ground Wednesday evening as First Nations people, accompanied by hundreds of supporters, proclaimed a return to the traditional name for a place that has been known as Mount Douglas.