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It's wild salmon health vs. money and jobs as B.C.'s fish farm fight comes to a head
The B.C. government is reviewing the leases of 20 fish farms that expire on June 20. Opponents are upping their pressure campaign in hopes the government will commit to ending fish farming in the ocean. But supporters say that would be a huge blow to an industry responsible for thousands of jobs.
First Nations teens dig into their ancestors' past at archeological site
A group of First Nations students are getting a chance to dig up their ancestral past while taking part in an archaeology project near Cluny, Alta. The goal is to help the young people reconnect with their history at the source.
Paddle Song performed to thank Indigenous responders to Great Vancouver fire
The Old Hastings Mill Store Museum organized the performance to further recognize the Squamish Nation's efforts to save Vancouverites from the great fire of 1886.
Alberta archiving project works to digitize collection of Indigenous recordings
The Aboriginal Multi-Media Society has been working with the University of Alberta to digitize archival recordings for future generations.
Mohawk band official drew up 'enemies list' after 2014 protest, lawsuit alleges
Historic B.C. treaty vote could transform future of Lheidli T'enneh First Nation
Snowguard is Marvel Comics' new Inuk superhero from Nunavut
Vancouver's first Indigenous poet laureate set to share the stories of the Musqueam people
On this First Nations hockey team, young men sharpen their skills and find support
Justice for Our Stolen Children camp dismantled by Regina police
'I want to apologize to the people of Nunavut': Ex-premier Paul Quassa on his ousting, and public reaction
New accord gives Métis more funding, control over skills training
How it feels to take the stage as valedictorian of VSB's Indigenous Achievement Celebration
Blood stain pattern expert testifies spatter shows Styres was hit with 'great impact'
Tlicho 'extremely disappointed' with N.W.T. government court action on NICO mining project
Saskatoon's first two-spirit powwow set for Saturday
New mining protocol would give First Nations clear right to say no: Manitoba government
'It's our mountain, it's not just his': Grade 3 class petitions for name change back to ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱
First Nations power project trainees get chopper training