Last month, some of Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (CNRL) operations were shut down after being linked to tremors in northern BC. After earthquakes rattled Fort St.
A group of First Nations leaders met with senators on the hill to discuss Bill C-48, which is also known as the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act. These First Nations leades want to stop the bill from passing.
The British Columbia government has developed the Clean BC plan, which outlines how the province will meet most of its greenhouse gas emission reduction targets over the coming decades. The province’s overall goal is a 40 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions below 2007
Nak'azdli Whut'en members in northern BC cast their votes for four open council seats over four months ago. The First Nation has a custom election code that states candidates are not eligible to run for election if they've ever been convicted of an indictable offence.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized to First Nations for his government's failure on consultation for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Trudeau spoke at the annual Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and stayed to answer unscripted questions afterwards.
The National Energy Board's (NEB) reconsideration hearings have ended, and the question of meaningful consultation with Indigenous people over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is being addressed. A total of 25 different tribal councils, communities, and individuals spoke ab
After aging out of BC's youth in care system, Ruby Barclay attended Vancouver Island University. She did not have a support system in place to help her make the transition. Last spring, Barclay finished the requirements for her Child and Youth Care degree.
LNG Canada is building the largest private-sector investment project in Canadian history at Kitimat, BC. The $40 billion project was approved in October.
Coastal GasLink, a subsidiary of TransCanada Corporation, has filed a court injunction application stating that progress has been impeded on its pipeline project.
Three Indigenous women filed actions against Robert Riley Saunders in BC Supreme Court last week, bringing the total to five. The three women claim to have been made homeless due to Saunders' actions and placed in situations were they were exposed to drugs and sexual exploitation.