Six months after enduring a tirade from a supervisor, a staff member at an elite British Columbia private school says going to work is now unbearable.
Authorities in British Columbia and Saskatchewan have recently seized thousands of cigarettes shipped by a Mohawk tobacco company in Kahnawake, Que., aiming to establish a reserve-based distribution network throughout the Western provinces, APTN National News has learned.
The mother of an 18-year-old First Nations woman from Vancouver Island believed to have been murdered said she felt “ripped in half” when she heard police had discovered the body near a cemetery.
Many are calling for the resignation of Pickton Inquiry Commissioner Wally Oppal.
In British Columbia an embattled chief is in court trying to head off a challenge from dissidents.
Police investigating themselves is a controversial topic across the country. In British Columbia, that practice may be coming to an end.
Extraordinary testimony continued at the Frank Paul inquiry in Vancouver.
British Columbia Premier Gordong Campbell suddenly resigned Thursday. APTN journalists discuss the stunning event.
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.