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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 »

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

Mother’s Passing Gives Life To Unique Casket Business

While helping with his mother’s funeral arrangements some six years ago, Snuneymuxw entrepreneur Tom Simpson wanted to find a way… Read more »

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Alliance Pipeline Aboriginal Student Awards Program

“Education is really about making yourself employable. The more education you get, the better the job you’re going to get,”… Read more »

Alliance Pipeline Aboriginal Student Awards Program

Brinkman Forest Ltd. Contributes to SFU’s Executive MBA in Aboriginal Business and Leadership Program

For over a decade Brinkman Forest Ltd. has been fortunate enough to work with First Nations communities in northwest British… Read more »

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VPD Forwards Criminal Complaints Against Metis National Council And Metis Nation BC To AANDC

A complaint about the Metis National Council and one of its provincial affiliates has been handed to the Federal Government…. Read more »


Kidde Canada Donates $100,000 Worth Of Smoke Alarms To BC First Nations Communities

First Nations leaders joined federal and provincial government officials and fire services representatives at the University of The Fraser Valley… Read more »


AltaGas Gives $500,000 To First Nations Entrepreneurs

First Nations business has taken giant steps in the last 15 years, Native entrepreneurs such as Clarence Louie and David… Read more »

General manager for the Indian Business Corporation Rob Rollingson (left) and AltaGas CEO David Cornhill hold up %500,000 cheque.

Okanagan Indian Band Seeks Return Of Defunct Rail Line Following Tsilhot’in Victory

On the heels of the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in the Tsilhot’in First Nation’s Aboriginal title case, an Okanagan… Read more »

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Rising Above: National Healing Conference

The Salvation Army is committed to helping First Nations people and all victims of abuse in their healing journey and… Read more »