Incumbent Perry Bellegarde was re-elected to a second term as leader of the Assembly of First Nations. It took two rounds of voting for him to be named the victor. In his speech, he called for unity.
The Assembly of First Nations Annual General Assembly began yesterday, July 24, 2018, at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The second day of the three-day event will be the AFN election for National Chief.
The City of Burnaby issued a 72-hour eviction notice for land protectors gathered at Camp Cloud on Burnaby Mountain. The land protectors are protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
Russ Diabo, Assembly of First Nations candidates, skipped a debate to Tiny House Warriors village in Blue River, B.C.
Gene Anne Joseph, the first librarian of First Nations heritage in British Columbia, has received an honorary Doctor of Laws at Vancouver Island University (VIU).
The B.C. Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centre has elected a new board of directors. Dr.
The Huu-ay-aht are offering tours of Kixiin, a village they used to occupy before they were driven out by a neighboring tribe.
Mique'l Dangeli of the Tsimshian First Nation was born on the American side of the Annette Island Indian Reserve, and she must leave Canada when her visa expires on July 1.
The B.C. Summer Games will include a record number of Indigenous athletes this month. The organizers have decided to include Indigenous teams in basketball, lacrosse, and canoeing/kayaking events.
Nearly half of all youth who end up in custody across Canada are Indigenous even though Indigenous youth make up only eight per cent of the youth population.