• Editorial: Thoughts on Reconciliation

  • 2016 BC Aboriginal Business Award presented by the past Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, John Rustad, to Awardee Tumia Knott and Chief Marilyn Gabriel of Seyem' Qwantlen Business Group.

    Elevate Excellence, Share Success, Inspire Change! 2017 Aboriginal Business Awards Gala Dinner

  • The Road Forward

    The Road Forward—A Film Receiving Rave Reviews for Its Honesty and Compelling History

  • Sandra Yellow Horn of the Peigan Nation won first place at the inaugural competition, while Violet John of the Kehewin First Nation took the runner-up trophy.

    First Lady Hoop Dancing Championships

  • Maori All Blacks to Invade BC Place Stadium, Play Against Host Team Canada

  • Walk for Reconciliation 2017

  • University of Sudbury-Aboriginal Centre

    Aboriginal Centres Help Students Succeed



Editorial: Thoughts on Reconciliation

A Journalism student, also host of Avocado Days a one-hour show on Calgary’s 90.9 CJSW FM Radio Reconciliation, in it’s… Read more »

Walk for Reconciliation 2017

  A Historic Moment This is a historic moment for all of us. 2017 is a year of significant reflection… Read more »

Historic National Gathering of Elders to be held in Amiskwaci-waskahikan, the Traditional Gathering Place of Indigenous Peoples

Treaty 6 Territory August 11, 2017: The first ever National Gathering of Elders 2017 will be held September 11 –… Read more »

Canada 150+ Signature Events Unveiled

The events will showcase the vibrant living culture of our three Host Nations—the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh—as well as traditional… Read more »

BC Indigenous Clean Energy Initiative Funding for 2017-18

Vancouver – The New Relationship Trust (NRT), partnered with Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD) through the Strategic Partnerships Initiative (SPI),… Read more »

The Legacy of Standing Rock

By THOMAS FITZGERALD The Dakota Pipeline battle is over and the smoke has cleared at Standing Rock, and once again… Read more »

T’Sou-ke First Nations Lead the Way in Solar Energy

by Frank Larue “We made the decision, which is really easy, that it’s a light footprint approach, and we did… Read more »