Thanks in part to a pair of brothers from the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation, a British Columbia squad made a bit of history at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC).
A grandmother has taken the Ahousaht community recycling program a step further by starting up a Free Store.
The 100-year-long fight to bring home the sacred Yuquot Whaler's Shrine from a New York museum is several steps closer, the director of the Land of Maquinna Cultural Society has said.
Three young members of Ahousaht First Nation are dealing with a rare bone disorder through a combination of cutting-edge medicine and traditional spiritual healing.
There are 376 candidates representing 19 political parties, independents and individuals not affiliated with a registered party. Voting is available at district electoral offices, by mail, at any advance...
Candace Picco: Uu-a-thluk Central Region Biologist
After eight years of working with non-profit societies focused on marine conservation, Candace Picco has joined the Nuu-chah-nulth...
Wawmeesh George Hamilton, Hupacasath member working as a reporter with the Alberni News, was the winner of a 2013 BC Community Newspaper Ma Murray Award. He collected the hardware in Richmond on April 20....
Ten children from Haahuupayak School will take part in the Alberni Valley Museum’s annual Heritage Fair, which takes place this weekend at Echo Centre.
After more than a year of research and business planning, the Huu-ay-aht First Nations have purchased the Tides & Trails Market and Café in Bamfield, BC.
Four young ladies were honoured by Ha’wiih Jerry Jack and Steve Tom through an Aitstuthla (Coming-of-age) ceremony held in their honor at Tsaxana, near Gold River.
Hey there photographers: Join the Ha-Shilth-Sa Photography Club! Each month we’ll give you three (3) themes and you can decide what to shoot to match the theme. We’ll put the photos on our Web site for all...
A court action launched by Hupacasath First Nation is the last remaining obstacle to the Canada-China Foreign Investment Protection Agreement.
Five Nuu-chah-nulth nations will take part in a modest chinook fishery starting on April 19, building on the success of their 2012 chinook fisheries.
It has been a year since Ray Seitcher Sr.’s passing and his family marked the occasion by gathering at the lot where his house is to be built, to pray and to announce plans for the future.
Michelle Corfield, founder of Citizens to Save Our Harbour Coalition, is excited to hear that the proposed privatization of Nanaimo Boat Basin, the visiting vessel pier and the other leases, such as the...
The "Save Our Harbour" (SOH) coalition has released a questionnaire to Nanaimo and Nanaimo-North Cowichan candidates in the BC general election on May 14.
The coalition wants to know where candidates...
Source: Canadian Dental Association
Once your child has teeth, he is susceptible to tooth decay. Mother's milk, formula, cow's milk and fruit juice all contain sugars.
RE: BC General Election May 14, 2013
Are you aware that our people were not “granted” the right to vote here in British Columbia until 1949?
Commercial fishers across Canada will soon be required to register and pay for their fishing licences online.
On April 1, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) began transitioning to a national online...
Dozens of Swan family descendants had their family ties recognized as Chief James Uukwaqum Swan bestowed traditional names on more than 40 loved ones.
Tseshaht First Nation is hosting a gathering Friday April 5 that will celebrate sobriety.
The event, organized by Gail K. Gus, is called Relapse Prevention and Recovery Celebration Day. It will be...
Two pieces of art created by Ahousaht artist Sam Haiyupis are being shown in an exhibit that explores racism, discrimination and inclusion.
A “fireworks display of possibility.” This is how Dr. Andrea Walsh describes the legacy that has come from the repatriation of residential school children’s paintings done in a ceremony held March 30 at...
The First Peoples House at the University of Victoria was packed with people March 26 for the Everyone Welcome year-end feast.