The British Columbia government is offering a variety of subsidies to LNG Canada. Woodfibre LNG is moving forward near Squamish.
Kanahus Manuel, a spokesperson for the activist group Tiny House Warriors, was arrested after a Trans Mountain pipeline protest in British Columbia's North Thompson Provincial Park. The group callings itself the Tiny House Warriors occupied a site in the provincial park north of
Canoers and kayakers participated in an Indigenous-led ceremony on Burrard Inlet in an effort to protect the water surrounding Trans Mountain's Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, B.C.
The B.C. Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centre has elected a new board of directors. Dr.
The Huu-ay-aht are offering tours of Kixiin, a village they used to occupy before they were driven out by a neighboring tribe.
The B.C. Summer Games will include a record number of Indigenous athletes this month. The organizers have decided to include Indigenous teams in basketball, lacrosse, and canoeing/kayaking events.
Kinder Morgan has set its summer construction for the Trans Mountain pipeline. This schedule has been met with resistance.
Breen Ouellette, a Métis lawyer working for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Vancouver, has announced his resignation.
A group of residential school survivors from Waycobah, N.S., are speaking out to public groups about their experience. They are also reaching out to others. Over the winter, the survivors made regalia ribbon skirts or vests for every girl and boy in a local kindergarten class.
Mique'l Dangeli of the Tsimshian First Nation was born on the American side of the Annette Island Indian Reserve, and she must leave Canada when her visa expires on July 1.
Gene Anne Joseph, the first librarian of First Nations heritage in British Columbia, has received an honorary Doctor of Laws at Vancouver Island University (VIU).
The Heiltsuk people have used the fine, pale-green clay from a low-lying clay deposit off Kisameet Bay to treat stomach disease, diabetes, burns, and other ailments for many generations.
The British Columbia government announced a plan to create and operate 1,750 units of housing through a new Indigenous Housing Fund.
The Kwikwasut'inuxw Haxwa'mis, 'Namgis, and Mamalilikulla First Nations and the provincial government signed a letter of understanding concerning B.C.'s largest marine park. The First Nations and British Columbia have 90 days to develop a consensus of recommendation
A judge in Ontario rejected the provision for legal fees for the national settlement for survivors of the Sixties Scoop as too excessive. A proposed $75 million in legal fees was to be divided among four law firms.
The graduation rate for Indigenous students in the Sea to Sky school district increased to 86.1 percent in the 2016-17 school year, up from 35 percent in 2009. District officials credit district-wide changes in curriculum.
Nearly half of all youth who end up in custody across Canada are Indigenous even though Indigenous youth make up only eight per cent of the youth population.
The Blood Tribe, the largest First Nation in Canada, is seeking to increase its land holdings. The federal government has repeatedly rejected the claim, but a Federal Court in Calgary will hear the claim for the first time. The tribe's claim addresses an unfulfilled treaty promise.