The chief of the Semiahmoo First Nation says he’s disappointed Surrey’s mayor hasn’t contacted him to discuss the city’s transition from the RCMP to
The recognition of consultation rights for a Métis association near Fort McMurray has been met with dismay from the Métis Nation of Alberta. The province announced Thursday that the
A lawyer for Trans Mountain Corp. is defending the government’s consultation with Indigenous groups over the Crown corporation’s operation and construction of its pipeline
Halifax has hosted its first public engagement session on how to commemorate both its colonial history and its rich Indigenous heritage — a mission
The federal Liberal government says its consultation teams have met already with more than three-quarters of all Indigenous communities affected by the planned Trans
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley will speak at noon about the federal government’s decision to hold another 22 weeks of consultation on the stalled Trans Mountain
In the fifth “Residential Infill” video, meet Pat and Jim, a retired couple who have downsized into a modern high-rise apartment in downtown edmonton.