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RCMP Have Been Unnecessarily Threatening Reporters Who Are Simply Trying To Perform Their Democratic Duties In Wet’suwet’en

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) continues to receive reports that RCMP officers are blocking media from bearing witness to police actions as they implement an injunction and arrest Wet’suwet’en

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Vancouver Police Arrest Trent Harper And Charge Him With One Count Of Manslaughter

Vancouver Police have arrested a second individual in relation to a 2019 homicide that took the life of 43-year-old Fizul Mohammed. Trent Harper, a 24-year-old man of Vancouver, has been

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BC Federation of Labour Statement on the Situation in Wet’suwet’en Territory

On January 14th, 2020 the BC Federation of Labour called on the RCMP to step back and allow for government to government dialogue to address the concerns raised by Wet’suwet’en

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Labour Mobility Key To Future Demand Of 11,700 Construction And Maintenance Workers In BC

Ottawa — Major non-residential projects and record levels of housing starts combined to drive construction activity in British Columbia to new highs in 2019. The province’s construction and maintenance industry

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Students, Workers And Employers In BC Have Tool To Prepare For A Career

New tool helps British Columbians plan for job success – Students, workers and employers in B.C. have a new tool to help them prepare for a career or plan for

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BC Minister’s Statement On Wiggus Table With Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs

BC Minister’s Statement On Wiggus Table With Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs – Scott Fraser, Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, has issued the following statement regarding the Wiggus Table with Wet’suwet’en

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19th Annual Talking Stick Festival Pow Wow

19th Annual Talking Stick Festival Pow Wow Vancouver BC Experience an intercultural celebration of Indigenous Dance, the creative works of Indigenous artisans, and the warmth of Community. Open to all,

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Highest Court Confirms Taseko’s Right to Work

Taseko Mines Limited announces that the Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for Taseko to undertake geotechnical work at the Company’s New Prosperity Gold-Copper Project near Williams Lake,

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Halibut Fishermen Accuse Global News of Irresponsible Journalism

BC Halibut Fishermen Accuse Global News of Irresponsible Journalism – “Global NEWS’ May 5th reporting on Canada’s Pacific commercial halibut fishery was irresponsible fake news, says Chris Sporer, Executive Manager

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How Do BC Liberals, NDP And Green Party Fare On International Trade

How Do BC Liberals, NDP And Green Party Fare On International Trade – n this B.C. election issues series, we speak to UBC Sauder Professor John Ries about the B.C.

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Petronas Subsidiary Failed To Get Regulatory Approval Before Building Dams In BC

Petronas Subsidiary Failed To Get Regulatory Approval Before Building Dams In BC – A subsidiary of Malaysian state-owned Petronas, the company behind a massive Liquefied Natural Gas plant proposal near

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Hiring a Paint Contractor Made Easy In BC

Hiring a Paint Contractor Made Easy Delta Best Painter Everyone looking for paint contractors in the Delta area of BC can now hire professionals online within a few clicks. Delta

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Indigenous BC Band Working To Ensure Their Members Are Job Ready

Through a variety of job-related training and courses, the Moricetown Band is working to ensure community members are job-ready and

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Fort St. John ‘A Dangerous Place For Our Women,’

Fort St. John ‘a dangerous place for our women,’ indigenous activist says – “Life was good. I remember being so

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New Trades Facilities Will Support Students Pursuing In Demand Careers

NELSON – Government announced approval for new trades training facilities at the Silver King Campus of Selkirk College that will

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Twelve Hundred Vancouver Hotel Workers Receive Record Wage Increase

VANCOUVER – On July 1st, twelve hundred employees at downtown Vancouver hotels will receive the second of two wage increases,

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Kwikwetlem First Nation

Kwikwetlem Pronounced Kwayh-quit-lam in Halq’emeylem language means “Red Fish Up The River”. Elders’ stories explain that we have always been

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Squianny Traditional Pow wow

Squianny Traditional Pow wow Nicomen Indian Band Hall Nicomen First Nation, BC You are invited to the Squianny Traditional Pow

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Spirit of the Peace Pow Wow

Spirit of the Peace Pow Wow Society Taylor, British Columbia V0C 2K0 Canada Competition Categories: Junior Girls & Boys Teens

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Songhees Nation Pow Wow

Songhees Nation Pow Wow – Ahki Portal Canada – Canadian Pow Wow Listings! Standing Nation Drum, Summer Solstice & National

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BC Assembly of First Nations Welcomes Eyford Report

The BC Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN) welcomes the federal government’s Ministerial Special Representative Doug Eyford’s final report titled, A

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BC First Nations Chiefs to Express Support for the Eagle Spirit Energy Oil Pipeline Project

BC First Nations Chiefs to Express Support for the Eagle Spirit Energy Oil Pipeline Project in Northern British Columbia Representing North Central BC, Chief Dan George, Ts’il Kaz Koh First

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