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Reconciliation alive and thriving at UBC’s teacher graduation ceremony – Vancouver Courier

December 08, 2018 If a recent teacher graduation is anything to go by, the University of British Columbia is preparing new teachers well to infuse their teaching with Indigenous culture and ways. That’s a good thing because B.C.’s new curriculum aims to add First Nations culture and learning into all areas of a student’s learning. […]

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Woman missing, some belongings found in Central Saanich park – Times Colonist

December 07, 2018 Central Saanich Police are asking for the public’s help in their search for a 45-year-old missing woman. Daniella Morrison is Aboriginal, Pofive-feet, three-inches tall, weighs about 135 pounds and has shoulder length black hair. Police say some of Daniella’s belongings were found abandoned near Central Saanich’s Centennial Park. Anyone with information is […]

by pmnationtalk on December 10, 20185 Views

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Remembering Indigenous writer Richard Wagamese at launch of posthumous book – CBC

‘He opened doors for all of us who are Indigenous storytellers and writers,’ says author Monique Gray Smith Dec 09, 2018 Acclaimed Indigenous writer Richard Wagamese died at the age of 61 last year at his home in Kamloops, B.C., leaving his book Starlight unfinished. Starlight was finally released in August 2018, and a special […]

by ahnationtalk on December 10, 20187 Views

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B.C. First Nation eyes renegotiating benefit deal on Trans Mountain pipeline project – CBC

Simpcw First Nation councillor says elected leadership has faced threats from activists over pipeline December 07, 2018 A British Columbia First Nation is looking to renegotiate its Trans Mountain expansion benefit agreements signed before Ottawa bought the pipeline, according to a band councillor. Simpcw First Nation Coun. George Lampreau said the new round of consultations launched […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201813 Views

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She’s Planting the Seeds of Indigenous Food Sovereignty – TheTyee.ca

How Jessie Housty feeds the growth of her Heiltsuk culture and community. “I want to stress that we have no idea what we are doing.” So says ’Cúagilákv Jessie Housty, a self-described “community agitator, mother, land-based educator, indigenist, [and] unapologetically Haíłzaqv” woman — who promptly displays all the hallmarks of someone who knows exactly what […]

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Wealth growing among indigenous entrepreneurs in BC – Wealth Professional

December 07, 2018 Indigenous entrepreneurs in British Columbia are showing improved wealth creation and business growth. A survey of BC-based Indigenous entrepreneurs commissioned by Vancity and conducted by the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business (CCAB) reveals that – despite challenges – most indigenous business owners expect growth in the next 2 years. There are also […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201812 Views

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Rally planned Friday morning to support Unist’ot’en Camp – Prince George Citizen

December 06, 2018 A rally is being held in Prince George this morning on behalf of a rural Aboriginal group about a four-hour drive to the west. The residents of the Unist’ot’en Camp – a sprawling wilderness region headquartered at the intersection of Wedzin Kwah and Talbits Kwah (the Morice River and Gosnell Creek, respectively) […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201811 Views

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Jason Louie re-elected to third term as chief of the Lower Kootenay Band – Creston Valley Advance

Jason Louie re-election is an opportunity to continue to guide the LKB toward self-sufficiency. December 06, 2018 By Brian Lawrence Jason Louie has been re-elected to a third term as chief of the Lower Kootenay Band (LKB), topping the polls with 48 votes in an election period that ended Nov. 30. He is joined by […]

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Coldwater chief won’t accept Trudeau’s apology until prime minister visits community – National Observer

December 06, 2018 The First Nations leader who received an apology from the Canadian prime minister on Tuesday for failed Trans Mountain pipeline consultations says he won’t accept the apology until Justin Trudeau visits his community. Coldwater Chief Lee Spahan had asked Trudeau to make the visit as part of a question he posed to Trudeau, after […]

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Caribou plan raises questions – Prince George Citizen

December 06, 2018 Don’t do as I do, just do as I say – where have I heard that before? As a former resident of Chetwynd, and one who worked more than a decade in their local forest industry, I can’t help feeling a sense of foreboding as I follow the saga over caribou protection […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 20188 Views

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