With just a few weeks to go until the end of the Missing Women’s Inquiry in Vancouver, key witnesses and family members are taking the stand.
Reeling from a recent spike in suicides and suicide attempts, a Vancouver Island First Nation took the drastic measure of calling a local state of emergency.
A controversial open pit mine in northern British Columbia has just been given the green light from the provincial government.
They claim the Treaty Society is illegal and have not let anybody inside the building since last December.
Some First Nations leaders say millions of dollars in loans should be forgiven if they decide to leave the British Columbia treaty process.
The Freedom Train recently arrived in Winnipeg.
In Vancouver, the Missing Women’s Inquiry is holding their final days of testimony.
With the Missing Women’s Inquiry wrapping up soon, there is a rush to get all the testimony in.
On Monday, APTN National News reported on the former civilian desk clerk Sandy Cameron who took the stand at the Missing Women’s Inquiry.