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One year ago today, on June 26, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Tsilhqot’in title existed within 1700 square kilometers of land within their territory.

Like most holidays, aboriginal people should not be celebrated and respected for only one day of the year.  This should be year round behavior to acknowledge the contributions of Aboriginal people.  National Aboriginal day is currently used to spotlight the culture of First Nations, Metis and Inu

The report of the Truth and Reconciliation (TRC) came out on June 2, 2015 with 94 Calls to Action.  It is a comprehensive body of work containing 388 pages that documents the Truth of what really happened in Indian Residential Schools. 

As we celebrate those amazing women who gave us life, my mind thinks of Mother Earth and how we need to celebrate her as well.

As March roars out as a lion, the Heiltsuk Nation follow suit and let out their “roar” at the Department of fisheries and Oceans (DFO) to stop the Commercial Herring Fishery in their territory.

Everything was set for the transition of Chief Commissioner from Sophie Pierre to George Abbott on April 1st.  As per the agreement between the parties, all three parties agreed that George Abbot was to be the new Chief Commissioner.

We have had a black lab cross in our family for over 17 years.  His name is Jasper.

The long awaited Round Table on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women happened yesterday.  Dialogue was to have begun and some concrete action was to be arrived at.  There was hope and anticipation that maybe this time, solutions could be formulated.

Friday, February 27, 2015 is the day that the National Round table on missing and murdered women will occur.

 A lot is being said these days about revenue sharing as the province uses revenue sharing to “provide financial benefits and to secure First Nations support in Natural Gas projects[1].”

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