ICTMN Staff
4/8/15
A few centuries ago, Europeans alighted upon these shores, and it was not long before they had imposed their own boundaries, laws and proclivities upon the unsuspecting populations...
Hans Tammemagi
3/22/15
When darkness falls, the Museum of Anthropology, a sprawling building at the edge of the University of British Columbia campus in Vancouver, transforms into a mystical dreamland...
ICTMN Staff
3/9/15
First Nations are fighting hard to prevent the reopening of herring roe fisheries to large-scale commercial harvesting. Two succeeded and one lost its court bid...
David Wiwchar
3/4/15
A plan to stop the commercial herring fishery off the west coast of Vancouver Island this year has failed...
Sam Laskaris
2/25/15
Patrick Lucas has seen some small steps of progress...
ICTMN Staff
2/3/15
First Nations reacted with firm resolve to a report that found design flaws had led to a tailings pond breach at Mount Polley mine last August that sent four billion gallons of min...
Jack McNeel
1/29/15
Should wolves be eliminated to save the caribou?...
Julian Brave NoiseCat
1/5/15
Over the past several months, I poured my heart and soul into trying to be one of this year’s eighty-three Rhodes Scholars...
Theresa Braine
12/30/14
Among other landmarks in a significant year for Indigenous Peoples in Canada, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a First Nation’s title to its land and the Assembly of First Natio...
David P. Ball
12/24/14
A First Nation whose treaty lands will be flooded when the $8.8-billion Site C dam is completed in a decade is vowing to step up its ongoing legal battle against the project after ...

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