Tickets On Sale: 2015 Indspire Awards

Don’t Miss the 2015 Annual Indspire Awards! Click here to BUY INDSPIRE AWARDS TICKETS ONLINE.   22nd Annual Indspire Awards Friday,… Read more »

First Nation Trail Blazer Inducted Into Soccer Hall Of Fame

Xul-si-malt was a true pioneer, becoming one of the greatest soccer players of his generation. Xul-si-malt, also known by his… Read more »

Royal BC Museum Marks Remembrance Day With Series Of Events

Remembrance Day is a much respected and revered day of reflection at the Royal BC Museum, and for 2014 it’s… Read more »

Tsilhqot’in National Government Promotes Neighbourly Values And Cooperation

After the June 2014 landmark Supreme Court of Canada ruling giving the Tsilhqot’in Nation more than 1,750 sq. km. of… Read more »

Chief of the Chiefs: Chief Leon Shenandoah

The old elder was a chief. He was a small man in his eighties the year we first met; he… Read more »

Bitter Feuding Leads to Metis Nation Saskatchewan Defaulting

The Metis Nation-Saskatchewan has been placed in default of its funding agreement with the Federal Government. The organization will lose… Read more »

Earliest Sign Of Human Civilization In Canada May Be Off The Coast Of Haida Gwaii

University of Victoria researchers using a robotic underwater vehicle off of Haida Gwaii’s coast believe they may have found the… Read more »