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VIU CHOSEN TO OFFER NATIONAL LAND MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR FIRST NATIONS

SUMMARY: University will begin offering the Professional Indigenous Lands Management Certificate program in summer 2020. VIU MEDIA RELEASE: Tuesday, October… Read more »

Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh Looks Forward to Working with Federal Government and Regional Elected Parliamentarians on Immediate Action on Treaty #3 Priorities

Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh Looks Forward to Working with Federal Government and Regional Elected Parliamentarians on Immediate Action on Treaty #3… Read more »

AFN National Chief Bellegarde Congratulates Prime Minister Trudeau on Winning a Minority Government in 43rd Federal Election – “An Opportunity to Maintain Momentum and Progress

(Ottawa, ON): Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde congratulates re-elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on winning a… Read more »

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NEWS

Siksika Nation Mother Shocked After Learning Son’s Accused Killer is Set Free on Bail

This is the story of a mother’s worst nightmare. Five months after learning that her son had been murdered, Melodie… Read more »

National Inquiry Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Report: Justice Has Been Denied to Indigenous Women

Under Natural Law, every human being is endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights. These include the Right to… Read more »

Squamish Nation first Indigenous group to Undertake large scale urban project in Canada

What’s a band to do with an oddly-shaped 11-acre parcel of land that’s dissected by the Burrard Bridge? The Squamish… Read more »


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