As the Duke and Duchess toured B.C. and the Yukon over the past week, they heard impassioned speeches and saw protest T-shirts.
She says the Indian Act is inconsistent with the declaration.
The allegations come days after a former government worker claimed he was told to delete emails connected to the Highway of Tears investigation.
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The former Vancouver councillor was elected to the legislature in 1996 and subsequently became the first Chinese-Canadian to sit in the B.C. cabinet.
VANCOUVER - A stack of overlapping land claims by First Nations is a "cancer" within British Columbia's treaty process, says a prominent provincial chief spearheading a court challenge of the decades-...
The situation on Grace Islet illustrates a bigger problem with aboriginal and non-aboriginal relationships in British Columbia and Canada. A fundamental inequity exists -- kick over a grave marker in Ross Bay Cemetery and there is public outrage; propose a house above First Nations burial cairns and, as long as you follow "due process," it's given the green-light.
A coalition of 20 First Nations and women’s groups is slamming the B.C. government for failing to implement recommendations from the inquiry into serial killer Robert Pickton. "We're sick and tired o...
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. - Grieving Prince Rupert-area aboriginal families meet with legal and First Nations representatives in Prince Rupert to share concerns about the adequacy of police investigations i...
The leaders of several B.C. First Nations and cultural groups say they want political parties to stop using official apologies for historical wrongs as partisan campaign strategies. On Thursday in Va...
KAMLOOPS, B.C. - The president of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs believes the Idle No More movement will continue to gain momentum, and he's preparing for a weekend rally at a major border crossing s...
Imagine a piece of land. For millennia, it gives you everything you need. Your family farms it, hunts on it, fishes and traps on it. Then one day, a man comes along, plants a stake in the ground and...
A B.C. chief says an "aboriginal uprising is inevitable" if Stephen Harper doesn't commit to transforming the relationship between the Crown and First Nations peoples. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, the...