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BC First Nations get clarity on fishing rights from top court – Trail Times

Apr. 19, 2018 Nations call federal government to settle fishing rights ‘within the true meaning of reconciliation’ Five Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations from Vancouver Island are ready to negotiate for fishing rights, following another legal victory—this time in BC Supreme Court. It’s a victory that will have far-reaching implications in British Columbia, says the First Nations […]

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Teachers learn tools to incorporate aboriginal content into classroom – The Nelson Daily

April 19 2018 Educators in Kootenay Lake School District were given more tools to incorporate Aboriginal content into all subject areas in the classroom during a Professional Development workshop Monday at Redfish Elementary School. The new curriculum is part of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission federal initiative the provincial government is introducing into the education […]

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What do First Nations really think about Trans Mountain? – National Post

Ask Greenpeace, and they’ll tell you First Nations are eco-warriors bravely protecting the ocean from rapacious pipeline-crazed plutocrats. Ask the Fraser Institute, and they’ll say First Nations are enthusiastic, hard-hatted oilmen who are tired of the “environmentalist propaganda” saying otherwise. The reality is somewhat more complex. The 1,147-km Trans Mountain pipeline expansion would affect more […]

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Canada given one year to sort out B.C. First Nations commercial fishery: court – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 19, 2018 VANCOUVER _ A group of West Coast First Nations has won the right to harvest and sell fish commercially after a 12-year court battle. B.C. Supreme Court Justice Mary Humphries has ruled Fisheries and Oceans Canada has one year to establish a commercial fishery for the five First Nations collectivelly […]

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B.C. communities await marine spill compensation years after incidents – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 19, 2018  By Linda Givetash THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ Despite “polluter pay” laws in Canada, local governments and agencies are still waiting to recover costs incurred during two significant fuel spills off British Columbia’s coast. The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Aquarium are collectively waiting on nearly $700,000 in losses related […]

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B.C. communities await marine spill compensation years after incidents – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 19, 2018 By Linda Givetash THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ Despite “polluter pay” laws in Canada, local governments and agencies are still waiting to recover costs incurred during two significant fuel spills off British Columbia’s coast. The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Aquarium are collectively waiting on nearly $700,000 in losses related […]

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Park board takes next step in reconciliation – Vancouver Courier

Commissioners take on mission to ‘decolonize the Vancouver Park Board’ April 19, 2018 It’s been more than two years since Vancouver Park Board adopted its reconciliation strategies and this week the board took another step on the long road to reconciliation. In January 2016, the park board adopted 11 strategies in response to the 94 […]

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B.C. First Nation says passage of Trans Mountain project through reserve not a done deal – CBC

43 communities have agreements or conditional pacts with Kinder Morgan related to pipeline expansion project Apr 19, 2018 One of the B.C. First Nations identified by Kinder Morgan as having granted consent for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to cross through three of its reserve lands says it hasn’t made a final decision on whether […]

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Langley-Cloverdale MP’s reconciliation-focused bill passes in House of Commons – Langley Advance

April 19, 2018 Surrey MP’s Bill C-374 would add ‘much-needed Indigenous representation to the Historic Sites and Monuments Board’ Cloverdale-Langley City MP John Aldag’s first private members bill passed key stages in the legislature Wednesday (April 18). Bill C-374, which passed unanimously in the houses, would amend the Historic Sites and Monuments Act to add […]

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B.C. heads to court over pipeline jurisdiction as builder says doubt warranted – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 18, 2018  By Dirk Meissner THE CANADIAN PRESS VICTORIA _ British Columbia has announced it will head to court by month end to clarify the province’s jurisdiction over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Also Wednesday, the CEO of the pipeline’s builder, Kinder Morgan said the events of recent days have reinforced […]

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