First Nations

Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment highlights flaws in new oil sands monitoring

New monitoring plan for Oil Sands as deeply flawed as previous discredited program

Women in Fish highlights West Coast's rich cultural legacy

On Saturday, April 27th, the last day of the week long BC Arts and Culture Week at Katzie First Nation's Long House, Urban Ink Production's long travelling theatre show “Women in Fish” played to an...

Premier Clark at LNG conference: BC will not be undersold

Premier Clark’s sense of urgency at the BC Province's LNG conference was similar to that of climate stability advocates – except that hers is for rapid deployment of the LNG industry. This is a...

Aboriginal music, theatre, film and more at the 12th annual Talking Stick Festival

From a Powwow, to theatre, dance, spoken word, music and a multimedia performance, Talking Stick Festival will give everyone something to talk about.

'Protect the Sacred' gathering of Indigenous Nations to draft new treaty opposing pipelines

Nations from all across Canada and the United States will meet in South Dakota in hopes of drafting a new treaty of solidarity against oil sands development.

BC First Nation says no to China-Canada Unequal Treaty, aka FIPA: The SinoFile

A First Nation is trying to stop Chinese history from repeating itself -- in Canada.

BC Provincial Government meets with industry to form "world-leading" oil spill plan

The future of British Columbia's environment is on the table, with the British Columbia Provincial government and thirteen key stakeholder organizations, including representatives from the BC Oil and...

Beijing's stellar Idle No More coverage: The SinoFile

Maybe this is China's way of telling Harper: 'Hey, we're not so different you and I.'
Brian Joe

Enbridge Northern Gateway Joint Review Panel hearings in Vancouver: speakers urge shift away from oil

To avoid repeating the statements of those who came before them, many speakers cut to the chase: No pipelines.
Victory Square crowd

Joint Review Panel hearings in Vancouver: keeping the public out of the hearing room may be illegal, lawyer says

Speakers one Day 1 of the Joint Review Panel hearings in Vancouver discuss climate change and keeping the public out