Indigenous supporters of Coastal GasLink slam UN, B.C. human rights commissioner for criticism

B.C.’s human rights commissioner is defending her calls for the Coastal GasLink pipeline to be cancelled over Indigenous opposition after a collective of First

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Police remove Indigenous demonstrators after overnight occupation of B.C. minister’s office

A group of Indigenous youth protesters say several of their members were arrested overnight, after occupying the offices of Energy Minister Michelle Mungall. Demonstrators

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Indigenous pipeline supporters slam human-rights advocates over Coastal GasLink stance

A collective of First Nations who support the liquefied natural gas industry in British Columbia say human rights advocates failed to do their research

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Sask. Chamber of Commerce launches new charter to enhance Indigenous engagement

A new initiative from the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce (SCC) aims to bring Indigenous people in the province to the same economic level as

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Contentious Jumbo Valley to become Indigenous protected area after feds provide $21M

A First Nation has been given over $21 million to create an indigenous protected area in one of the most contentious valleys in British Columbia. The

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60% of CBE’s grade 12 Indigenous students didn’t graduate on time in 2018-19

Only 40 per cent of students who self-identified as Indigenous graduated from Calgary Board of Education high schools in the normal three-year period, according to

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Assembly of First Nations creates plan to help homeless Indigenous population in cities

The Assembly of First Nations is creating a national plan aimed at helping homeless First Nations people living off reserve. The AFN, which represents

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New lawsuit alleges former Kelowna social worker stole from Indigenous girl in care

A lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme Court contains new allegations against a former Kelowna social worker accused of stealing from an Indigenous teenager in

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Lawyer says Indigenous groups didn’t approach Trans Mountain pipeline consultation in good faith

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

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Federal funding shortfall leaves school with 99% Indigenous population facing possible closure

A school with a student population that is 99 per cent Indigenous may be forced to close its doors due to a budget shortfall, school

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