First Nation in B.C. not happy with school name compromise

School board compromised and used multiple names

A school in northern British Columbia was planning on changing its name to honour the area’s Indigenous history.

But that name change received backlash from the community.

In the end, the school board compromised leaving the First Nation community unhappy.

Video Journalist / Kitimat Village, B.C.

Lee is a video journalist with APTN News, who shoots, reports and edits stories out of northern British Columbia. As a member of the Haisla Nation, Lee is proud to call Kitimat Village home again after living on Vancouver Island for 18 years. He has a passion for storytelling and looks forward to sharing stories through the lens of First Nations people.