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B.C. First Nations

David Suzuki, Chief Stewart Phillip and First Nations draw line in the snow against Site C

David Suzuki joins First Nations camped out on the front lines against Site C Dam construction at Rocky Mountain Fort.

B.C. First Nations laud Trudeau’s tanker moratorium

British Columbia's northern Pacific coast is set to remain a pristine wilderness, but a tanker ban may not be as easy as it seems for Justin Trudeau.

Flooding prompts B.C. First Nation community to declare state of emergency

Flooding minor so far, but declaring a state of emergency allows the Tseshaht Council to pre-emptively commit resources toward flood prevention measures.

First Nations release open letter decrying proposed Site C Dam

Dear Climate Leadership Team Members, We are writing because you have been called upon to provide recommendations on climate action to the provincial government by the end of this month, when Premier...

Tsilhqot'in, B.C. government reconciliation talks to focus on mill and moose

Talks began last year after the Tsilhqot'in won title in court to 1,750 square kilometres of its territorial lands in remote Nemiah Valley.

B.C. First Nation anxious to "find centre" after attacker injures 11

Appeal comes just hours after an unidentified member of the band burst into the community's southern interior office and injured 11 people.

One dead, as many as 10 hurt, in attack at B.C. First Nation Office

Two survivors in critical condition, another two in serious condition, and six more with non-life threatening injuries.

Study on B.C. First Nations stone tools finds glacier brought mountain to man

In ancient times the mountain came to First Nations - and helped them build tools.

First Nation to claim land title to block Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal

First Nation to claim title to Lelu Island and Flora Bank,where the Pacific NorthWest LNG project will be built - meaning province would need their consent.
Tribal leader Liz Logan

Northern B.C. Indigenous leaders speak in unified voice for 'fair' consultation

Fort Nelson First Nation teams up with other Indigenous groups against BC's provincial government, citing damage wrought by oil and gas development on their lands.