Environmental impact assessments and Indigenous rights should not be sacrificed for the sake of rapid post COVID-19 economic recovery.

As provincial and territorial governments across Canada continue to respond to the COVID-19 public health crisis, businesses and individuals are… Read more »

Canada’s 100th National Forest Week: Forestry helps grow the community

For the 100th anniversary of Canada’s National Forest Week, Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada) wants to highlight Indigenous professionals… Read more »

Indigenous Youth Explore the Forest and Conservation Sector Through Green Jobs Program

Have you ever wondered about a day in the life of forester? A biologist? A bird bander? About 130 Indigenous… Read more »

Alberta Indigenous Leaders Talk to Thunberg About Energy Transition; Finding Environmental, Economic Balance

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg continued her tour of Alberta’s oilsands region on Saturday, an Indigenous group says, conducting interviews… Read more »

Indigenous Groups Contend Over Buying 51% Majority Stake in Trans Mountain

Indigenous groups continue to battle over the contentious issue of investing in the Trans Mountain Pipeline. Last March, an Indigenous… Read more »

The Iroquois Speak out for Mother Earth

For the thousands of years the Haudenosaunee Confederacy founded by the Peacemaker has been a powerful force in the protection… Read more »

Masie Shenandoah Oneida Nation from Clayton Logan Seneca Nation, John Mohawk Seneca Nation from Audrey Shenandoah Onondaga Nation, Chief Oren Lyons from Onondaga Nation photo by Danny Beaton Mohawk Nation taken at Lehman and Alice Gibson Farm Six Nations Territory

Researchers offer new guidelines and criteria for accurate dating of ancient clam gardens

The Indigenous Peoples of British Columbia have been harvesting shellfish from specially-constructed clam gardens for at least 3500 years, according… Read more »

Saving Mother Earth, Indigenous Guardians Leading the Way

The Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program began in the summer of 2018 as a means of funding environmental initiatives for Indigenous… Read more »

Saving Mother Earth

Water Protector Continues Working, Representing Her Generation

March 22 is designated as World Water Day – an annual UN observance day highlighting the importance of freshwater and… Read more »

Autumn Peltier

BC First Nations Discuss Pipeline

  After the federal decision on May 29 to purchase Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline project, Indigenous people have weighed… Read more »