A Tribe Called Red
Feb. 21, 8 p.m. | Commodore Ballroom
Tickets: $25 | www.ticketweb.ca
The “congratulations” offered Ian Campeau is met with one of those great laughs that’s a genuine mix of disbelief, elation, humility and surprise.
A Tribe Called Red
The Haida Nation is voicing its concerns about a decision by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans to open the commercial roe herring fishery in the area, joining two other coastal First Nations to create a united opposition.
Loretta Saunders is an Inuit woman and criminology student studying incidents of murdered and missing aboriginal women in Canada so, when her family suddenly and inexplicably lost contact with her on Valentine’s Day, it raised alarm.
Summer Institute at Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre
“Anthropologists, geographers, and historians have demonstrated the enduring power of landscape features to act as points of reference for communicating tacit kn
OTTAWA — Lobbying has intensified as the Harper government prepares to make a high-stakes decision on a controversial $1-billion B.C. mining project.
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Oxford and Cambridge scholar, linguist Professor Ghil‘ad Zuckermann is calling for the Federal Government to financially compensate First Nations Peoples who had their languages “stolen” and to invest that compensation in reclaiming their languages.
PRINCE GEORGE, BC, Feb.
The Ministry of Environment is re-evaluating the amount of waste water the Endako mine in north-central B.C. is allowed to discharge because a review has found effluent is affecting the aquatic environment.
Communiqué from National Chief Shawn Atleo
FIRST NATIONS CONTROL OF FIRST NATIONS EDUCATION ANNOUNCEMENT AND FEDERAL BUDGET 2014
Vancouver, BC / Coast Salish Territories – Last night, Grand Chief Stewart Phillip was travelling eastbound on Highway 3 about 24 kilometres outside of Hope when his Chevrolet Tahoe slid on black ice and snow.
Gladys Radek holds a photo of her niece, Tamara Chipman, who disappeared in 2005 along Highway 16, the so-called Highway of Tears, east of Prince Rupert in northern B.C. (Gladys Radek)
More than 40 First Nations – including four from Washington State – have applied to participate in National Energy Board hearings into Kinder Morgan’s proposed twinning of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
The province wants to give police more power to collect information in missing-persons cases.
A bill introduced to the legislature Thursday would allow police to get a court order forcing someone to hand over a missing person’s records, such as health records or a hotel registration.
(Ottawa, ON) – Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo
responded to today’s 2014 federal budget by acknowledging the announcement of new,
Press Conference - Native Women’s Association of Canada Presents Petitions
for a National Public Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Aboriginal Women