First Nations' Ultimatum: Pick Between Dam And LNG

First Nations' Ultimatum: Pick Between Dam And LNG

Dene Moore, The Canadian Press  09.24.2014
VANCOUVER - With a decision imminent on the Site C hydroelectric project in northeastern British Columbia, area First Nations have delivered...
Aboriginal 'Watchman' Opened Sacred Burial Boxes For Tourists

Aboriginal 'Watchman' Opened Sacred Burial Boxes For Tourists

Wawmeesh G. Hamilton, The Canadian Press  09.21.2014
PORT ALBERNI, B.C. - The actions of an aboriginal tourism operator in British Columbia who gave some travellers access to ancient burial...
Aboriginal Title Ruling Can't Be Ignored: Clark

Aboriginal Title Ruling Can't Be Ignored: Clark

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press  09.11.2014
VANCOUVER - Premier Christy Clark called a historic meeting between hundreds of British Columbia First Nations' leaders and members of...
Accused B.C. Serial Killer Says He Didn't Act Alone

Accused B.C. Serial Killer Says He Didn't Act Alone

Mark Nielsen, Prince George Citizen, The Canadian Press  08.26.2014
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - Cody Allan Legebokoff said he was “involved” in the deaths of three women he is accused of murdering but did...
B.C. RCMP Sued Over Teen's Alleged Beating

B.C. RCMP Sued Over Teen's Alleged Beating

Camille Bains, The Canadian Press  08.26.2014
VANCOUVER - A woman who alleges she was beaten by a Mountie in Williams Lake, B.C., when she was 17 has now filed a civil suit against...
B.C. First Nations Worried Mine Spill Will Affect Fish

B.C. First Nations Worried Mine Spill Will Affect Fish

The Canadian Press  08.15.2014
WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. - For the first time in eight years, British Columbia's Quesnel River salmon stocks are expected to return in large...
B.C. First Nations Treaty Process Challenged In Court

B.C. First Nations Treaty Process Challenged In Court

Tamsyn Burgmann, The Canadian Press  08.11.2014
VANCOUVER - A stack of overlapping land claims by First Nations is a "cancer" within British Columbia's treaty process, says a prominent...
Is B.C. Mine Waste Peeling The Skin Off Salmon?

Is B.C. Mine Waste Peeling The Skin Off Salmon?

08. 8.2014
Reports of sickly salmon with skin that’s peeling off have prompted a First Nations fishing shutdown in British Columbia’s Cariboo...
How To Stop A Pipeline With Music

How To Stop A Pipeline With Music

08. 6.2014
Folks feel like hypocrites driving to work in the morning and opposing a pipeline at the end of the day. An important part of this dialogue...
B.C. First Nation Shuts Down CN Rail Through Its Territories

B.C. First Nation Shuts Down CN Rail Through Its Territories

08. 6.2014
A B.C. First Nation shut down the CN Rail line through its traditional territories for several hours, citing a landmark Supreme Court of...
A First Look At How Much B.C. First Nations Chiefs Actually Make

A First Look At How Much B.C. First Nations Chiefs Actually Make

07.31.2014
How do these chiefs get away with making so much money? In part, because very few people actually knew they made that much. For a lot of...
HUGE Gold, Copper Mine Approved For B.C.'s North

HUGE Gold, Copper Mine Approved For B.C.'s North

James Keller, The Canadian Press  07.30.2014
VANCOUVER - The British Columbia government has granted environmental approval for a proposed $5.3-billion mine in the provinces north,...
Minister's Political Bafflegab On Aboriginal Cemetery Development Won't Work

Minister's Political Bafflegab On Aboriginal Cemetery Development Won't Work

07.29.2014
This site is a well-documented archaeological site with many burial cairns. Today, the cairns are covered with plywood boxes to protect...
B.C. Artist Turns Stormtrooper Into First Nations Warrior

B.C. Artist Turns Stormtrooper Into First Nations Warrior

07.24.2014
A B.C. First Nations artist is taking the iconic and menacing image of the stormtrooper and using it for good. Andy Everson, a Courtenay-based...