kʷu ƛaʔayin t̓ɛt̓ɛkʷu ɬagət — or “The herring are beginning to spawn,” in ʔayʔaǰuθəm (Ay-a-ju-thum), the language of Tla’amin First Nation. Once a time of rejoicing, now it signifies a time of guarding against roe fishery.
Initiative led by Nisg̱a’a scholar Andrea Reid launches with ‘Fish Outlaws’ project documenting criminalization of First Nations fisheries around Salish Sea
Frustrated with the estimated 100,000 seals swimming off the coast of British Columbia, commercial fishers are…
‘The writing is on the wall’: B.C. fisherman concerned about what climate change is doing to the oceans
A fisherman with the Musqueam Nation in British Columbia says that the fishing industry…
On Saturday afternoon, a Taseko Mines convoy of trucks and equipment was stopped by an RCMP cruiser on the gravel Nemiah Valley road in British Columbia’s interior.
The Conservative government has rejected a controversial gold and copper mine proposal in British Columbia’s interior that threatened to destroy a lake sacred to area First Nations.
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans has over the past 15 years consistently raised objections to Taskeo Mine Inc’s controversial Prosperity gold and copper project in British Columbia’s interior, documents provided to APTN National News show.