Two First Nations leaders representing the Fraser Valley's Sto:lo Tribal Council expressed concerns to the National Energy Board about the potential impacts of an expanded Trans Mountain pipeline.
The Rainy River First Nations will soon receive atifacts, sacred objects, and the remains of ancestors from the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto, where they have been stored for over 30 years.
Thirty irreplaceable totem poles are being removed from the Museum of Anthropolgy's (MOA) great hall and placed lying down in an adjacent room while seismic upgrades are conducted.
Nuu-chah-nulth artist and historian Ron Hamilton, known as Haa'yuups, of the Hupacasath First Nation in B.C.'s Alberni Valley, was recently named co-curator of a multi-year project to restore and conserve a section that highlights First Nations cultures of the Pacific Northwest.
The Huu-ay-aht are offering tours of Kixiin, a village they used to occupy before they were driven out by a neighboring tribe.
Documentation created by slakəya’nc (IR1) in regards to future land use planning.
OKIB Revitalization Strategy meeting notes and plans supporting future language and culture programming.
Her life was steeped in classical music, but Ida Halpern was passionate about the songs of British Columbia's Indigenous people, music she set out to prove was equal to that of Bach and Mozart.
A panel of youth artists will lead a discussion on Wednesday in Toronto about cultural appropriation and how Indigenous artists use their work as a form of resistance.
Aboriginal Tourism Association of B.C. head Keith Henry said First Nations' tourism is unique because it provides a snapshot into a culture and its people.