Stó:lō confirms 158 children’s deaths at four institutions as investigation reveals rampant neglect, abuse

‘There was no oversight to keep those children safe,’ says grand chief, after phase one of project looking into missing kin at residential ‘schools,’ Indian hospital

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In photos: Dozens rally at B.C. Legislature to demand ‘Winnipeg’ landfill search

People gathered in ‘Victoria’ and cities across the country on Monday as part of a day of action to find the remains of Morgan Harris, Marcedes Myran and other MMIWG2S+

Ahead of Orange Shirt Day, WLFN powwow dancers don orange regalia as ‘symbol of resilience’

Dancers of all ages filled the arbour in T’exelc to display the strength of their cultures while honouring all those affected by residential ‘schools’

Regulatory hearings begin as TMX seeks to dig open trench through sacred Secwépemc site

Pipeline company wants to excavate 1.3 km through Pípsell, something SSN says could cause ‘irreparable harm’ to important cultural place

Rueben George walks in the footsteps of his grandfather with new memoir ‘It Stops Here’ 

The səlilwətaɬ leader and grandson of Chief Dan George reflects on the unfolding impacts of colonization and what it means to embrace spirit

On the powwow trail, Secwépemc mother balances business with family: ‘I’ll never miss my daughter dance’

Ashley Michel started 4 Generations Creations after she realized she had a knack for sewing regalia — now she’s a contestant on Pow Wow Pitch

MCFD misled Youth about education supports and ‘is not stepping up’ to fix it: report

BC Ombudsperson details how the province ‘financially disadvantaged a young person’ but won’t compensate for the error

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