Nanaimo is not within the vast Nuu-chah-nulth territory that stretches down the west side of Vancouver Island, but the vitality of the city's Nuu-chah-nulth presence was evident during an urban gathering on...
Top federal officials delivered a message to lead negotiators of the five Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations involved in an ongoing fisheries court case that they may not present a reconciliation agreement before...
The foundation for Tla-o-quia-ht’s language learning and revitalization is progressing with the release of a new beginner language book with accompanying audio cd and flashcards.
The largest release of farmed fish into West Coast waters in recent years brought DFO officials a flurry of Atlantic salmon reports last fall, but in recent weeks these incidents have died down.
It has been about 10 months since 22-year-old Angeline Frank lost her grandfather to suicide and much has happened since.
As part of the ongoing urban gatherings this month, staff with the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council’s Kuu’asa program ventured south of the border to spend time with members in Seattle, Washington on Dec. 8...
Almost 150 Nuu-chah-nulth-aht congregated in Vancouver on Thursday to reconnect with their cultural roots.
Intermediate and high school students are excited about the upcoming release of a video music production they made featuring scenes from the community and a taste of Ditidaht language.
Qu'asa hosted the first of five December urban gatherings for Nuu-chah-nulth-aht in Campbell River on Tuesday, Dec. 5, bringing approximately 100 people from several generations to the Thunderbird Hall.
More than 200 laid-off Somass Mill employees and their supporters showed up at Tyee Landing Nov. 30 in an effort to save their jobs.
When it comes to communicating the risks of diabetes, the effectiveness of the message depends on how it’s delivered, according to those who work closely with Nuu-chah-nulth-aht.
This fall, Ahousaht member Shakayla Thomas made the big leap from a remote First Nations community to full-time attendance in university. And her basketball skills were all part of the package.
After helping to open a library in Ahousaht’s high school this fall, a charitable foundation is drafting plans with the First Nation to develop an adult education centre.
The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council president is set to be the first speaker in a new monthly lecture series at Vancouver Island University, addressing how Canada can improve its relationship with Indigenous...
The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council has named Andrew Callicum as its next vice-president with a byelection vote today.
An author and entrepreneur is coming to Port Alberni promising to share his ideas on economic development while simultaneously addressing social issues.
PLATTSBURGH, NEW YORK – Following a brief adjustment period Connor, Logan is enjoying his college life as a student and athlete.
The 21-year-old member of the Ditidaht First Nation is a rookie...
A First Nations woman narrowly escaped a sexual assault allegedly committed by a taxi cab driver she flagged down in Nanaimo.
Last week, with a tropical storm on the way, bringing the potential for serious flooding, Tseshaht First Nation shifted into prevention mode, and it paid off, according to Emergency Operations Director Hugh...
On a rainy afternoon in mid-November Rueben Thomas stands outside the offices of Teechuktl Mental Health on Port Alberni’s Third Avenue, holding a sign he’s just made for the camera.
This fall the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls continued with hearings at specific locations across the country.
With a “tropical” rainstorm impending, Tseshaht First Nation activated an emergency response plan to prevent the sort of damage incurred in recent years.
Emergency Management BC has issued a warning for flooding in the Alberni Valley, a recurring situation that has once again put residents on the Tseshaht reserve at risk.
The Tseshaht are waiting to see how Parks Canada handles the cleanup of thousands of fish farm feed bags that were discovered in the Broken Group Islands this month.
A forum on how Canada’s universities can better serve its indigenous peoples is coming to Vancouver Island in 2018.