After fishing frustrations escalated into an incident in Nootka Sound in late July, the Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation has seen tensions calm down among the various stakeholders in the region’s waters.
Are the recovery of seal and sea lion populations affecting salmon stocks on the West Coast?
An Indigenous woman from Ahousaht is hoping to spread awareness about mental health within First Nation communities by following and documenting the Heliset Hale relay run.
With more than half of Canada’s children in care from Indigenous backgrounds, the federal government is exploring an overhaul of child and family services legislation.
In an alliance that would have been almost inconceivable 20 years ago, the Village of Tahsis has sided with conservationists, pressuring the provincial government to block logging of a watershed near the...
The search continues for Travis Thomas, 40, who went missing Aug. 7 at Bartlett Island in Ahousaht territory.
It has been a long, tragic summer on the waters of Clayoquot Sound following the loss of five men in three separate incidents. Hundreds of volunteers have spent endless hours searching the ocean and beaches...
The federal Liberal Government has announced that it is working on the establishment of a national holiday that will honour and commemorate Aboriginal residential school students, their families and...
With most of Vancouver Island under the BC Wildfire Service’s “extreme” danger rating, a lightning storm hit the north on Aug. 11, setting off a round of fires that would grow over the rest of the month.
After observing weeks of smoky skies and elevated health concerns for those engaged in outdoor activity, the First Nations Health Authority has postponed the Heliset Hale Relay until further notice.
Tla-o-qui-aht- Joe David, 72, met with the Tofino District Council Members and offered to carve a totem pole in honour of the Ha waiih (hereditary chief).
Excitement was in the air at Neah Bay as Makah Tribes members of all ages came to witness and even take part in the flensing of whale that was found drifting offshore.
The North Island College in Port Alberni is offering two new tuition-free language courses this fall. The school works closely with the Nuu-chah-nulth community, and these courses were created to address...
As the neighboring Nuu-chah-nulth communities of Tla-o-qui-aht and Ahousaht continue to search for loved ones lost at sea over the summer, the people of Ahousaht are planning an Ocean Blessing Ceremony.
A nomadic lifestyle has brought Aaron M. Wells to Canada’s largest city until at least the end of September.
The federal government is contributing $4.2 million over the next five years in support for a Huu-ay-aht First Nations initiative to prevent more of its children from being put into foster care.
A story from ancient times has been told through multiple generations of how the breaking of a sacred rattle brought the ancestors of southern Nuu-chah-nulth nations to what is now recognized as their...