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Indigenous fish farm group demands William Shatner, Ryan Reynolds apologize

Indigenous fish farm group demands William Shatner, Ryan Reynolds apologize

Statement from BC First Nations demanding apology from William Shatner and Ryan Reynolds The Rightsholder First Nations who have the rights, title, and sovereign decision-making authority about what happens in our unceded traditional territories dema
$335M to expand and protect B.C.’s Great Bear coastline

$335M to expand and protect B.C.’s Great Bear coastline

17 First Nations, provincial and federal government combine to protect marine ecosystems
Sooke library to install sensors in bathrooms for medical emergencies

Sooke library to install sensors in bathrooms for medical emergencies

Island Health funds safety enhancements to address drug crisis impact on libraries
Vernon site for protesting seniors

Vernon site for protesting seniors

Rallies for increased seniors pensions to be held across B.C. Thursday, June 27
First Nations say gondola delay by B.C. 'amounts to disrespect'

First Nations say gondola delay by B.C. 'amounts to disrespect'

'Despite fulfilling every request in their opaque and shape-shifting approval process, they continue to delay,' says Cheam chief
B.C. vet, pool company issue tips for pet safety

B.C. vet, pool company issue tips for pet safety

Pets should be closely monitored for heat exhaustion, dry drowning when in and near a pool
Second B.C. First Nation inks treaty deal in as many days

Second B.C. First Nation inks treaty deal in as many days

Kitsumkalum First Nation initials historic draft agreement with Victoria, Ottawa
Former B.C. premier John Horgan diagnosed with cancer for 3rd time

Former B.C. premier John Horgan diagnosed with cancer for 3rd time

Horgan is on a leave from his role as Canada's ambassador to Germany
First release of the season boosts Vancouver Island marmot numbers

First release of the season boosts Vancouver Island marmot numbers

Wild population expected to climb to more than 350 by the end of this summer
B.C. environmentalists, First Nations delighted by fish farm plan

B.C. environmentalists, First Nations delighted by fish farm plan

Watershed Watch Salmon Society is pleased with today’s federal announcement to ban open-net salmon farming in B.C. coastal waters beyond June 2029, but is concerned with the renewal of the farms’ licences for five years.