Fort Nelson First Nation (FNFN) in northern B.C. says it’s hoping the clean energy produced…
Here’s a profile of the candidates vying for the Skeena-Bulkley Valley riding
New class action alleges birth alerts are ‘a product of the state’s colonialist and paternalistic attitude’
Filed in B.C.’s Supreme Court, the proposed action marks the first step in a ‘national litigation effort’ representing parents subjected to birth alerts across Canada
A collective of artists is raising awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women in Terrace, B.C.
RCMP waded into a group of protesters whose arms were locked and they were singing.
The top court of British Columbia rejected all of Phillip Tallio’s grounds for appeal
The case is expected to be heard in late 2022
On Aug. 4, the Ha’wiih issued fishers with licences. They will harvest according to allocations from their own fisheries plans.
The annual paddle upholds the syilx Peoples’ ancestral and territorial rights to cross the constructed Canada-U.S. border without interference.