FISH LAKE, Teztan Biny in the Tsilhqot’in language, is a pristine lake with an abundant rainbow trout population.
The Canada Revenue Agency is currently conducting extensive audits on some of Canada's most prominent environmental groups to determine if they comply with guidelines that restrict political advocacy, CBC News has learned.
STANDOFF, Alta. -- The federal government has unveiled a retooled education plan for First Nations which it says recognizes aboriginal control over schooling.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the plan at a high school on the Blood reserve in southern Alberta on Friday.
This morning (February 6) lawyers acting on behalf of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association filed complaints alleging that the RCMP and Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) have illegally spied on environmental groups and activists who oppose oil pipeline projects.
Focus Equities and Paul First Nation submit proposal for 1,000 MW high-efficiency, gas-fired power plant to be developed just west of Edmonton
Outstanding Entertainers Honour Remarkable Achievers of 2014
WHAT: 23rd Annual Women’s Memorial March Press Conference
WHEN: Friday Feb 14th at 9:00 am
WHERE: Carnegie classroom, 3rd floor, Main and Hastings
Please circulate this letter widely so that herring fishermen will have this information as they are selecting their fishing areas for the 2014 fisheries.
Strong arm tactics strain resource development that could benefit all.
NDP Aboriginal relations critic Doug Donaldson: B.C. First Nations have shown a willingness to be part of natural resource development -- so why continue to hammer projects through?
Five bands on the West Coast of Vancouver Island are hailing as “a major legal victory” a decision by the Supreme Court of Canada that confirms the right of native people to fish and to sell their catch.
One of the greatest worries for many involved in the special parliamentary committee on violence against indigenous women, or for anyone interested in the issue, is that the committee will simply produce a report that will sit on a shelf and collect dust.
An oil and gas company is investigating after one of its contractors accidentally ran over and killed a black bear near Fort Nelson, B.C., last week.
Tonight, Duncan McCue will be part of a panel in Nanaimo, B.C., that discusses the role the media plays in shaping the relationship between aboriginal and non-aboriginal Canadians. This essay was first published on
Volunteer Recruitment for Gathering Voices March 18 - 21, 2014
VANCOUVER — Following Premier Christy Clark’s opening address at the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia’s (AME BC) annual Roundup conference, The Northern Miner's staff writer, Matthew Keevil, had a chance to sit down with Minist
Valuable oral histories, traditions and culture from two B.C.
(Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver – January 28, 2014) On January 17, 2014, Justice Patrick Smith of the Specific Claims Tribunal issued his decision in Aundeck Omni Kaning v.