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Welcome to Ha-Shilth-Sa, Canada's Oldest First Nation's Paper

Welcome to Ha-Shilth-Sa, Canada's Oldest First Nation's Paper

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Island Families, Education

Haahuupayak’s largest graduating class ready to take on ADSS

Jun 24, 2024

Haahuupayak’s gymnasium was filled with proud family members, and vibrant decorations, as…

Island Families, BC First Nations

Tla-o-qui-aht leads parade through Tofino for Indigenous Peoples Day

Jun 21, 2024

The streets of Tofino were buzzing with activity on June 21, as the Tla-o-qui-aht first Nation…

Stephen Smith, Charlene Nookemus and Mel Edwards put salmon on cedar sticks for a traditional barbecue.
Island Families, Culture, BC First Nations

Huu-ay-aht celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

Jun 21, 2024

A blanket of fog and a chilly breeze swept over the beach as volunteers built a fire so that…

Jenny Louie enjoys lunch at the Port Alberni Friendship Center. (Eric Plummer photo)
Island Families, BC First Nations

Indigenous Peoples Day brings events across Port Alberni

Jun 21, 2024

Today National Indigenous Peoples Day is being recognized across Canada, and in Port Alberni a…

Culture

Two hinkeets masks, created by Tla-o-qui-aht artist, make their way at Museum of Vancouver

Jun 21, 2024

Tleḥpik Hjalmer Wenstob, a recipient of the 2022 YVR Art Foundation Scholarship, has two steam-…

Environment, Fisheries, BC First Nations

Fish farms get five more years, as feds commit to transition industry from net pens

Jun 20, 2024

B.C.’s fish farms now have five years to get open net-pens out of the water – a federal…

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