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New Britannia Carving Pavilion honours legacy of First Nations contributions – CKNW News

July 30, 2015 Right behind Britannia Community Centre is a new Carving Pavilion that officially opened this summer. The pavilion will be the centre for traditional aboriginal carvers and their students, creating canoes, totem poles and more. Sean Leslie spoke with Squamish carver Darren Yelton about what this means for students and the community. Yelton […]

by ahnationtalk on July 31, 2015205 Views

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New war in the woods? – The Vancouver Observer

Jul 30th, 2015 An escalating conflict in traditional wilderness territory is unfolding in near real time through YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, culminating this week in a July 30 rally in downtown Vancouver. The powder keg that is the Unist’ot’en camp in the Bulkley Valley of B.C.’s Central Interior is the top issue behind a rally […]

by ahnationtalk on July 31, 2015131 Views

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Wuikinuxv First Nation, Canada and British Columbia Sign Agreement-in-Principle – Coast Mountain News

Jul 30, 2015 Wuikinuxv Nation and the governments of B.C. and Canada have reached a major milestone in the B.C. treaty process with the signing of an Agreement-in-Principle. Mark Strahl, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, John Rustad, British Columbia’s Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, and Rose Hanuse-Hackett, Chief […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 2015361 Views

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Downtown rally to support pipeline blockade through First Nations territory – The Vancouver Observer

Jul 30th, 2015 An escalating conflict in traditional wilderness territory is unfolding in near real time through YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, culminating this week in a July 30 rally. The powder keg that is the Unist’ot’en camp in the Bulkley Valley of B.C.’s Central Interior is the top issue behind a rally tonight (July 30) […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 2015211 Views

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Judge strikes down attempt to halt timber sales – Alaska Highway News

July 30, 2015 A B.C. Supreme Court judge has turned down the Blueberry River First Nation’s attempts to stop the B.C. government from selling the rights to cut down timber in a certain area of their traditional territory. The move may benefit the employees of the Canfor mill in Fort St. John. Court documents suggest […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 2015173 Views

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Crown may proceed with BC logging auction against First Nations’: wishes: court – Vancouver Sun

July 29, 2015 VANCOUVER – A judge has refused to block British Columbia’s government from auctioning off 15 logging licences within the traditional territory of a First Nation in the province’s northeast. B.C. Supreme Court has dismissed an injunction application by the Blueberry River First Nations connected to almost 1,700 hectares of marketable timber in […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 2015110 Views

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Editorial: Find the cause of abuse case – Times Colonist

July 30, 2015 The province’s Ministry of Children and Family Development is once more in uproar. The latest crisis arose when staff left four young children in the hands of an abusive father. That prompted a B.C. Supreme Court judge to flay management and social workers for negligence, breach of duty and reckless disregard for […]

by pmnationtalk on July 30, 2015127 Views

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Whitecaps make visit to Nanaimo for a cause – Nanaimo Daily News

July 29, 2015 The Vancouver Whitecaps were in the Harbour City on Wednesday as part of the fourth annual Hope and Health program. More than 400 Aboriginal children were at Beban Park fields for a day of soccer fun, which saw Whitcaps players Steven Beitashour, Pa-Modou Kah, Tim Parker and former captain Jay DeMerit all […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 2015190 Views

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B.C. children’s ministry not learning from its mistakes says former child advocate – CBC

“We all identified significant systemic issues and they haven’t been sufficiently acted on 20 years later” Jul 29, 2015 B.C.’s first child advocate says systemic problems within the Ministry of Children and Families identified 20 years ago have still not been fixed. The ministry is under scrutiny once again after a B.C. Supreme Court judge […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 2015250 Views

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First Nations tribal council suspends Okanagan sockeye salmon fishery – The Globe and Mail

Jul. 29, 2015 The tribal council representing eight First Nation communities in British Columbia’s Okanagan has suspended the area’s recreational and commercial sockeye salmon fishery – and says a full closing of food fishing is likely coming – as the salmon run comes in far lower than expected. The Okanagan Nation Alliance was set to […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 2015117 Views

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