More than seven billion litres of water were used for fracking in B.C. last year. If the government's liquefied natural gas sector takes off, the water needed to get shale gas out of the ground in the northeast corner of the province will likely increase by 500 per cent, or more.
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn Atleo called on the country's bands to follow in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela and reconcile with Canada at an annual meeting Tuesday.
Legislation to Improve the Rights of Women and their Families Living on First Nation Reserves Comes Into Force
VANCOUVER, BC, Dec.
Line in the Sand: Reporters speak to communities along the path of Enbridge's energy project
The final report for a Labour Force Survey (LFS) pilot survey on Siksika First Nation has been released today in the Daily.
Please be advised that the Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development will make an important announcement regarding the the Family Homes on Reserves or Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act.
LITTLE BUFFALO, Alta. - The blockade of a Calgary energy company's access road is down after a court injunction ordered a northern Alberta aboriginal band to remove it.
OTTAWA - Shawn Atleo, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, has written to Finance Minister Jim Flaherty asking for more funding for First Nations education in the next federal budget. Here's what Atleo says is needed:
One year ago, the first Idle No More day of action was an unexpected expression of aboriginal identity – and the beginning of what many call a remarkable movement.
Re: Resource sector offers opportunities for First Nations people, Opinion, Dec.
VICTORIA – An audit of Ndazkhot'en Forest Management's forestry activities on forest licences A65926 and A81934, near the Village of Nazko west of Quesnel, found compliance with B.C.'s forestry legislation, according to a report released today.
Elders, community leaders present images of what would be lost with proposed hydro project
Environmental review hearings into the massive Site C hydroelectric dam proposed by BC Hydro began Monday with a welcome to panel members from area First Nations and a reminder for
Ministers' decision to stop $2.5-billion open-pit gold and copper project failed test of 'procedural fairness,' judge says