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New B.C. Indigenous rights legislation called ‘crucial step’ toward reconciliation – The Lawyer’s Daily

December 06, 2019 British Columbia is entering a new phase in its relationship with its First Nations following the adoption of a bill to align its laws with the principles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), and legal observers are saying, despite the fact that the legislation leaves some […]

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Decade in review: Planning a path of reconciliation – Ubyssey Online

Dec. 4, 2019 UBC has taken steps toward Indigenous reconciliation throughout the 2010s, but there’s still room for improvement over the decade to come. Kicking off the ’teens, Canada officially endorsed the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) released 94 calls to action […]

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British Columbians talk about province adopting UNDRIP – APTN

December 5, 2019 It’s been one week since the government of British Columbia made the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples a law in the province. People are talking about the historic law and what it means for them. Read More: https://aptnnews.ca/2019/12/05/british-columbians-talk-about-province-adopting-undrip/

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Our language comes from this land’: How culture and territory connect for Homalco First Nation – CBC

Revitalizing Éy7á7juuthem is bringing back more than a language Dec 06, 2019 A large cardboard-backed calendar sits in the Homalco band office in Campbell River, B.C. It looks like a medicine wheel, or pie chart, dissected into several sections with words in Éy7á7juuthem and English handwritten in each space. It’s the first documented copy Homalco […]

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Tahltan Nation’s proactive stance with UNDRIP – Canadian Mining Journal

B.C. First Nation’s position on exploration and mining on its territory The Tahltan Nation supports mineral exploration and mining projects in most portions of the territory, but such activities must be socially responsible, have robust environmental mitigations in place and contribute to the well-being of the Tahltan people through a series of commitments and benefits […]

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Lack of transparency, accountability to First Nations children furthers denial and discrimination – Merritt Herald

December 4, 2019 Union of BC Indian Chiefs The First Nations Leadership Council (FNLC) is expressing profound frustration with Canada’s continued attempts to distract and avoid paying the compensation it has been ordered to pay by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT). Canada is seeking a stay of proceedings and judicial review of the CHRT […]

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MMIW plans by June – Castanet.net

Dec 5, 2019 The Liberal government will release its national action plan to respond to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls by June 2020, says Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett. This will mean a full year will have passed after the inquiry’s final report was released before the public will […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 20198 Views

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BC Patient Safety & Quality Council Signs Declaration of Commitment to Cultural Safety – FNHA

The BC Patient Safety & Quality Council and the First Nations Health Authority and have signed a Declaration of Commitment to Cultural Safety and Humility for First Nations People in BC. The BC Patient Safety & Quality Council provides system-wide leadership to ensure that each British Columbian receives high-quality, person-centred care. The First Nations Health […]

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From Classroom to Courtroom: UBC Prof’s Indigenous Studies Brings Change – TheTyee.ca

Bruce Miller’s work played role in rights cases, whale hunt debate. Part of a series on innovative thinkers in BC’s schools. After Indiana Jones did all that stuff with the idol-stealing — dodging darts, fleeing the giant rock and legitimately aggrieving locals — he returned to the classroom and rows of rapt students. He may […]

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Reconciliation is not just words’: BC Premier Horgan speaks to the Assembly of First Nations – Globalnews.ca

December 3, 2019 A week after British Columbia became the first jurisdiction in class to pass legislation to recognize the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), Premier John Horgan spoke to the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) special assembly in Ottawa. Describing the passage of the legislation as one of the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 4, 20198 Views

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