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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].”

 On January 9, 2014, the Federal Court of Appeal gave its judgment in the Hupacasath v.

On Tuesday, the 6th day of January, 2015, the Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation issued a press release entitled “BC Clean Energy funding tops $5.8 mill

As on the provincial front, federal issues continued to plague First Nation/governmental relations in 2014.  2015 promises to be no better unless Harper and his Conservative government are voted out or there is a drastic change in how the Federal government works with Firs

2014 was quite the year for First Nations in Indian Country across Turtle Island.  Many headlines were attributed to clashes between First Nations and the provincial and federal governments.

Burnaby Mountain, the site of great controversy, and the battlefield for the proposed location for boring a hole through the mountain for Kinder Morgan’s Transmountain pipeline.

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