Jurisdictional red tape is putting pressure on housing in one northern B.C. community that sits along the provincial boundary with the Yukon.
A day after the country’s justice ministers released a report calling for the creation of a national data-base for murdered and missing women, police revealed they had identified the body of another First Nations woman found dead near British Columbia’s highway of tears.
Shares of a British Columbia mining company waiting on the federal cabinet to decide the fate of their controversial gold and copper mine plummeted Thursday.
A historic treaty is at risk of being struck down in British Columbia.
The B.C. Civil Liberties Association has released video of three Aboriginal men who they say were abused by RCMP officers while in police custody in Williams Lake, B.C.
The man picked to chair a public inquiry into how police investigated the Robert Pickton case is responding to calls for his resignation.
The Assembly of First Nations Thursday joined the chorus of criticism surrounding the launch of the British Columbia inquiry into the Robert Pickton case.
Did hundreds of thousands of dollars in donatinos help convince a provincial government to approve a gold mine?
Flooding forced a dramatic helicopter evacuation this weekend of about 100 people from a remote First Nations community in British Columbia.