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Akwesasne Mohawk council puts settlement of 130-year-old land grievance to a vote
The Kanien'kehá:ka community of Akwesasne will decide whether or not to accept a $240 million settlement offer from Canada by a referendum, with voting beginning next month.
SQ officers ignore repeated calls to remove 'solidarity' symbol from vests
Provincial police officers continue to wear a red band in solidarity with suspended colleagues, which Indigenous witnesses have told two separate inquiries into their treatment they perceive as "intimidation and provocation."
Family of Jessica Patrick ask community to gather on Highway 16 as body brought home
Family and friends of Jessica Patrick, an 18-year-old whose body was found near Smithers two days ago, are asking community members to gather along the highway as her body is brought home from Prince George.
Documentary challenges outdoor sports enthusiasts to reflect on their relationship to the land
A new documentary is challenging outdoor sports enthusiasts to look at the landscapes they visit in a different way — through stories from several First Nations communities in B.C. working to protect or repair their territory from the impacts of industry.