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Irene Joseph’s takedown by Smithers RCMP captured in photo – CBC

61-year-old woman alleges excessive force after she was thrown to the ground for refusing to answer questions Updated: Dec 15, 2014 A 61-year-old Smithers Wet’suwet’en elder is filing a formal complaint claiming police used excessive force when an officer shoved her to the ground for refusing to answer questions about an alleged theft. Jospeh said she visited a store last weekend […]

by pmnationtalk on December 15, 2014168 Views

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Dave Obee: Cartoon took aim at empty statements – Times Colonist

December 12, 2014 At the outset, let me state that we are on the traditional territory of the Straits Salish and Coast Salish peoples. This should be distinctly understood. It is also important to note that the Times Colonist respects those whose ancestors have roots that go back for centuries. I’m sorry that anything we […]

by pmnationtalk on December 12, 2014159 Views

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Family emphasized in new foster care class urged by B.C. child advocate – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Dec 10, 2014 VICTORIA _ When the foster father of a teenager tormented by imaginary voices became too anxious for the safety of his own children, British Columbia’s children’s ministry approved his plan to move the youth to a rental unit he paid someone else to staff. The next year, the teen told […]

by pmnationtalk on December 11, 2014154 Views

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Residents worried about flooding relieved but more rain, winds expected – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Dec 10, 2014 VANCOUVER _ Residents in the British Columbia municipality of Delta breathed a sigh of relief Wednesday as their homes remained free of flooding, even as the public was warned to stay away from the shoreline. A temporary berm constructed by crews to protect homes held up but high winds and […]

by pmnationtalk on December 11, 2014152 Views

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Pacific Future Energy recruits former First Nations chiefs to help … – The Globe and Mail

Dec. 10 2014 Pacific Future Energy recruits former First Nations chiefs to help launch project Pacific Future Energy, undaunted by industry skepticism over its plans to build a B.C. bitumen refinery, has recruited two former national chiefs of the Assembly of First Nations to help launch the venture. Shawn Atleo has been named to the […]

by pmnationtalk on December 11, 2014167 Views

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Vancouver Island band plans to heat town using ocean energy – The Province

December 10, 2014 SOOKE — A southern Vancouver Island aboriginal band wants to heat a resort town on its land by extracting thermal energy from the ocean. The Beecher Bay First Nation is looking at heating its 40-acre Spirit Bay development in east Sooke by putting heat exchangers and pumps into the ocean to draw […]

by pmnationtalk on December 11, 2014163 Views

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B C Update – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Dec 9, 2014 (BC-Canadian-Actress-Killed) A Vancouver dance teacher says a former student slain in an apparent murder suicide once described her rapper fiancee as a nice guy. Thirty-year-old Stephanie Moseley and her 34-year-old husband Earl Hayes were both found with gun shot wounds and pronounced dead early Monday at their […]

by pmnationtalk on December 10, 2014152 Views

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National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference aiming for growth in 2015 – PR Northern View

Dec 9, 2014 Registration for the 2015 National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference (NABOC) is now underway, with the event scheduled to run April 28 to April 30. The 2015 NABOC will bring hundreds to Prince Rupert at the end of April, with the upcoming conference having the potential to bring in more delegates than 2014. […]

by pmnationtalk on December 10, 2014165 Views

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B.C. Premier Clark says Petronas LNG project still has hurdles to overcome – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Dec 8, 2014 By Abdul Latheef THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ British Columbia’s premier said Monday the province’s multibillion-dollar agreement with Petronas to build a liquefied natural gas terminal is “done,” while acknowledging the Malaysian energy giant still has hurdles to overcome before the project can go ahead. Petronas announced last week that […]

by pmnationtalk on December 9, 2014160 Views

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First Nations agree to pursue aboriginal ownership share of BC resource projects – The Globe and Mail

Dec. 05 2014 First Nations chiefs in British Columbia’s resource-rich north have banded together to pursue ownership of liquefied natural gas, mining and forestry projects. Thirty-six hereditary and elected chiefs have signed an agreement to collectively benefit from resource development in their traditional territories. Chief Martin Louie of the Nadleh Whut’en First Nation said Friday […]

by pmnationtalk on December 8, 2014152 Views

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