A spokesman for the Wet’suwet’en hereditary clan chiefs says they have asked the RCMP not to use force against opponents of a natural gas pipeline facing an injunction order in northern British Columbia.
It’s not reparations if we’re talking about something the US already owes Matthew Fletcher We see ourselves as the hosts of this land. And we want to be able to take care of all of our guests Corrina The
Canadian police were prepared to shoot Indigenous land defenders blockading construction of a natural gas pipeline in northern British Columbia, according to documents seen by the Guardian. Notes from
Taseko Mines and the Tsilhqot’in Nation are working with the B.C. government to find a solution to a years-long conflict over the proposed New Prosperity gold and copper mine. A statement from the Ministry
I love the life of a fisherman, my father was a fisherman and the decision to follow him was an easy one Zamor Saline, Sitka Every spring, the herring arrive in the cold Alaskan waters of Sitka Sound spawn.