High Bar First Nation Hopes Purchase of Trans Mountain Pipeline Will Right Historical Wrong

Friday, June 15, 2018
Amber Bernard
APTN National News

Members of the High Bar First Nation in British Columbia have not been able to live on their own land in 125 years, creating displacement and a loss of language. The federal government declared the land uninhabitable due to lack of access to water. Now, with federal purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline, the High Bar First Nation hopes the government will allow them to build on their land.

Latest Opportunities

Associate Vice President, Indigenous Education and Engagement

Vancouver Island University
November 23, 2021

Executive Director

Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
October 13, 2021

Entrepreneurship Program Coordinator

Kanaka Bar Indian Band
Kanaka Bar Indian Band
October 7, 2021