The University of Victoria is launching a four-year law program said to be the first of its kind in the world that teaches both Indigenous and non-Indigenous law to students.
The vice-president of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs praised Washington state's move to ban fish farms Monday — saying "a perfect mechanism" for this province to follow suit is just a few months away.
he catalogue of injustices experienced by Canada’s Indigenous people is long and tragic: residential schools, missing and murdered women, and high incarceration rates, to name just a few.
VICTORIA—A public inquest will be held into the death of a Saskatchewan Indigenous woman whose body was found in a British Columbia park.
The First Nations Technology Council (FNTC) and Royal Roads University have partnered to expand access to digital skills training for Indigenous innovators.
The Interior Health Authority has launched a recruitment campaign to hire 1,200 people who identify as Indigenous by 2025.
It's an effort that Brad Anderson, the corporate director of Aboriginal health for the authority, says is a step toward righting wrongs from the past.
Reconciliation is rewriting Canada's memory banks as archivists across the country work to make their collections more open to and sensitive towards Indigenous people.
The verdict in this trial needs to awaken the conscience of all Canadians. The trial began with a jury selection process that reportedly excluded all potential Indigenous jurors by peremptory challenges.
Mental health and substance abuse are the top health priorities for First Nations across B.C., says Grand Chief Doug Kelly, chair of the First Nations Health Council
B.C. First Nations groups are hoping to throw another wrench in Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline by amassing Indigenous people and their supporters on Burnaby Mountain to further delay the project.
In a conference room at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, more than 200 people sat around tables with white linen napkins and jugs topped with ice water on Tuesday morning.
Over the past several years, Indigenous groups have gone to court to try to stop energy projects, arguing they were not adequately consulted.
But this week, an Indigenous-led energy company announced it will sue the federal government for the opposite reason.
Here’s what being a convener looks like: In 2018, after a successful pilot conducted in 2017, the council will fund a 12-week digital skills development program that will see more than 1,000 Indigenous people learn skills like web development and software testing.
It was a victory for Canada but a loss for some of his Northern clients, says lawyer Steven Cooper about last week's B.C Supreme Court decision on Indian residential school compensation claims.
Popular food documentary series, Moosemeat and Marmalade returns to APTN this January 2018 with a focus on food security and sustainability.
Prince George will soon be home to a First Nations court.
An opening ceremony will be held on March 23, the B.C. Provincial Court confirmed this week, while the court is to start hearing cases in the first week of April.
"As provincial and federal governments continue to discuss what needs to happen to stop the wave of suicides, a very different kind of discussion was launched on January 21 in Ottawa.