First Nations

Positive case of COVID-19 reported at Tsawout First Nation health centre

Exposure risk low, Island Health advised, nation says

Two Island First Nations call for fish farm removal from their territory

Two Campbell River-area First Nations are calling for the removal of a…

Two coastal B.C. First Nations investing $25 million in renewable energy projects

To get off diesel power, two off-grid communities developing hydro power

COVID-19: Tla-o-qui-aht artist finds ‘wonderful moments’ in isolation

Hjalmer Wenstob can’t remember the last time he’s felt so connected to his family or his art.

Sc’ianew First Nation chief calls for closure of Metchosin prison

Chief Russ Chipps says land should be returned to Beecher Bay Nation

Almost half of 2020 graduates from Vancouver Island West school district from First Nations

Amidst challenges posed by connectivity, transport and COVID-19, 28 students graduated from SD 84

Cowichan Nation Alliance receives $1.49 million to support Indigenous Employment Hub

The Indigenous Employment Hub will help meet labour needs and provide job skills training

Nuu-chah-nulth, Port Alberni RCMP use culture to expand discussions

Elder blesses eagle feathers officers will offer Indigenous people to help them speak together

Friendly Cove and Kyuquot will remain closed until further notice

Transition of other B.C. communities will be monitored before a decision to ease restrictions

Racist incident shocks Tseshaht First Nation on Vancouver Island

Port Alberni RCMP looking for information

Racist incident shocks Tseshaht First Nation

Port Alberni RCMP looking for information

North Island First Nations ‘take matters into their own hands’ with environmental clean-up

Mamalilikulla guardians step up to clear abandoned boats after no response from natural resource officers

Land purchase brings early treaty benefit to Chemainus-area Halalt First Nation

Ownership taken of Crofton Corners and Chemainus River Storage

Parcels from home: How fish delivery links Island First Nation with its dispersed members

Despite the pandemic, Kyuquot First Nation will continue its annual food fish distribution program

Remote First Nation on B.C.’s central coast asking non-essential travellers to stay away

The remote coastal first nation is concerned about COVID-19 with increased summer tourism

UPDATED: Bella Coola and Bella Bella asking non-essential travellers to stay away

The remote coastal first nation is concerned about COVID-19 with increased summer tourism

Isolated B.C. First Nation seeks further seclusion in response to COVID-19

Accessible only by air or water, no one can get in or out of Kyuquot without First Nation’s permission

False complaint about non-compliance of COVID-19 rules prompts warning from First Nation authority

‘Making a malicious, false complaint is a serious matter’

Sidney’s BC Hydro boxes to feature Coast Salish art

Art installation part of 14-year beautification program