The bulk of the province’s new resource industry jobs will be in the Lower Mainland, not rural areas.
As environmental groups returned to court Thursday in their lawsuit to protect the province’s old growth rainforests, the B.C. government argued the Supreme Court was the wrong venue to debate the matter.
Kwakiutl Indian Band has rejected B.C. government attempts to negotiate a “new relationship” with First Nations, saying that talks had failed to respect its right to refuse consent to industrial development on their territories.
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Court cases continue for 10 protesters after controversy over logging on B.C.’s Sunshine Coast escalated to an injunction and arrests on Dec. 7.
The first monumental pole in 130 years is being raised in 2013 – and renowned carver Jaalen Edenshaw is hard at work creating a celebration of cooperation and protection.
In 10 years, the small log cabin by Slant Lake – just off-reserve at Asubpeeschoseewagong (Grassy Narrows) First Nation in northwest Ontario – has been home to hundreds, from anti-clearcutting community members to non-Native environmental allies and warriors of other Indigenous nations.
Hundreds of poets are putting their verse together to keep a 10-hectare forest slated for development by Langley council intact, and they’re hanging their work from trees with ribbons.
In remote northwest Ontario, a crackling bonfire and story-telling quietly marked the 10-year anniversary of the longest protest blockade in Canada’s history, one that has become an iconic Native land defense battle.
On the 162nd anniversary of the signing of the Robinson-Huron treaty, leaders representing the signatory nations delivered a letter to Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor demanding an increase in annuity payments.