Forestry student announced as winner of skills award for aboriginal youth
By recently highlighting the enormous increase in federal spending on aboriginals over the past half century, the Fraser Institute is jaw flapping about the wrong issue.
The federal government prepared for the potential of a nation-wide flare up of protests triggered by heavily-armed raid last October by RCMP tactical units on a Mi’kmaq-led anti-fracking camp in New Brunswick, internal government records show.
Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence last January on Victoria Island during her fast.
VANCOUVER - A pristine region in southeastern British Columbia known to the local First Nation as Qat'muk, the place where "grizzly bear spirits" gather, would be profoundly transformed if a $450-million year-round ski resort is built.
File # 2013-37431
2014-01-08 09:38 PST
The Prince George RCMP are requesting the public’s help in locating a missing youth.
On Monday December 30th, 2013, the Prince George RCMP received a report of a missing youth that did not return to her residence on Sunday December 29th.
Resources: Victoria's surrender on procedural point a black mark for government that fancies itself mining friendly
First Nations in northeastern B.C. repeated a familiar story to the Site C Joint Review Panel on Tuesday, saying they are being backed into a corner, and warning that they are ready to set up blockades if the hydroelectric dam is approved.
Environmental groups are hoping to launch a major fundraising campaign in the near future to raise millions of dollars to put bear-hunting guides out of business in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Aboriginals: Advocate says those at risk are still separated from support in their own communities
While oil pipeline debates, anti-fracking protests and increasing fossil fuel demands embroil the country from coast to coast, a small Vancouver Island First Nation is leading the way on a different path.
Whenever a relatively distant part of B.C. gets highlighted in a huge American media outlet, it invariably increases people's curiosity.
Chuck Strahl, Chairman of the federal body which oversees Canada’s spy agency, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), has registered to lobby on behalf of Enbridge’s ‘Northern Gateway Pipelines Li
Premier Christy Clark has made it clear she wants government to proceed quickly with liquefied natural gas development in British Columbia.
But how fast is too fast?
Thousands of Canada's aboriginal children died in residential schools that failed to keep them safe from fires, protected from abusers, and healthy by preventing deadly disease, a commission into the saga has found.
Aboriginals say government moves violate their rights and ignore their recommendations
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says his government's drive to diversify Canada's energy markets doesn't make cabinet approval of the controversial Northern Gateway pipeline project a foregone conclusion.