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Grace George helps Grade 3-4 students with their art projects at the Wickaninnish Community School, in Tofino, on November 22, 2021.
Education, Culture

Interweaving Nuu-chah-nulth culture into a school curriculum

Nov 26, 2021

During art class at the Wickaninnish Community School in Tofino, Dominic Hansen eagerly…

B.C Indigenous Relations Minister Murray Rankin has promised emergency supports for First Nations affected by November's flooding. (Government of B.C. photo)

Concern grows over DRIPA follow-through

Nov 26, 2021

Two years after B.C. became the first jurisdiction in Canada to bring into force the UN…


A sinkhole and sandbags: Rainfall prompts emergency measures in Tofino

Nov 25, 2021

With the province under a state of emergency as parts of B.C. struggle with flooding from a…

Island Families, Education

Honorary degree given to late Nuu-chah-nulth leader Lillian Howard

Nov 24, 2021

An activist from a young age, Lillian Howard fought for the rights of Indigenous people - and…

Tseshaht boats fish on the Somass River in September. The Tseshaht and Hupacasath First Nations harvested from the river this year according to an economic opportunity agreement with DFO, which totalled 32,248 chinook salmon by the end of the season. (Eric Plummer photo)

Nations reach out to new fisheries minister, stating DFO needs more than science

Nov 23, 2021

Canada’s newly appointed fisheries minister has inherited a formidable task on the west coast of…


From fuel to food: Flood damage brings hoarding frenzy

Nov 22, 2021

Vancouver Island and the lower mainland braced for the worst as another ‘atmospheric river’…


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