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A Kamloops councillor came up with the idea of adding the word estil, which means stop in Secwepemc, on stop signs to acknowledge the city's aboriginal population and history.
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VANCOUVER - The fisheries department says the timing of the Mount Polley tailings pond breach in central B.C. likely reduced any potential negative impact on returning salmon stocks.Department of Fish...
CHASE, B.C. - A British Columbia First Nation plans to issue an eviction notice to Imperial Metals Corp. (TSX:III) — the company behind a massive tailings pond breach at a gold and copper mine last we...
Reports of sickly salmon with skin that’s peeling off have prompted a First Nations fishing shutdown in British Columbia’s Cariboo region, which was hit by a mining waste spill this week. “We are clos...
Despite the fact that the Tsilhqot'in and Secwepemc are opposed to the New Prosperity mine, the B.C. Liberal government continues to support the project. This is both profoundly troubling and inconsistent with their commitments to First Nations.