A group of influential Indigenous leaders signed an international treaty to protect land, water and indigenous way of life against the oil sands projects on April 19.
A powerful exhibit was on display when the Truth and Reconciliation Commission event opened in Montreal this week.
The day was a hands-on-and-get-dirty part of a 16-week program designed to introduce First Nation youth to potential careers in agriculture and the agri-food industry.
This is the first user conference ever held for Xyntax users. Held in Victoria at the Delta Ocean Pointe Resort from September 18 - 20.
Statement by Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation regarding Tla’amin treaty vote
The sign said it all – For our grandchildren, vote ‘No’. But the problem was, they could not vote at all.
From the Concerned Members of the Sliammon First Nation
We are here today to take a stand against the treaty process. This process has had a very negative effect on the Sliammon people and more questions continue to arise.
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