Vancouver BC – Federal officials were in Vancouver July 26 to sign an historic agreement with members of B.C. Coastal First Nations that will see improvements in community-based fisheries in parts of north...
Less than a year after forest fires dominated the mountainside over Zeballos, the Ehattesaht/Chinehkint welcomed a surge of activity to the tiny community once again for the Northern Region Games.
After only two months, the Pacheedaht Andersen Timber Holdings LP (PATH) received the results of an audit for tree farm licence (TFL) 61, located on Pacheedaht territory.
Open net-pen fish farming on the Island’s west coast is facing stronger community opposition this summer as the aquaculture industry works to prevent another explosion of sea lice and DFO promises tighter...
Archaeologists working on Keith Island have made a significant discovery that proves Nuu-chah-nulth-aht ate geoduck clams prior to contact with Europeans.
What do you do when you have too many elk? You share them with the neighbors.
That is essentially what happened when 12 elk were translocated from the northeast side of Vancouver Island, where the...
A group of five women are learning the Hesquiaht dialect of the Nuu-chah-nulth language in a Mentor-Apprentice Program (MAP) that is going into its second year.
A month after the province sounded alarms with a drought advisory, the situation on Vancouver Island has improved, with better water flows and cooler temperatures in the region’s rivers.
The planning and fundraising efforts for the annual NTC Tlu-piich Games got off to a late start, but Mercediese Dawson, Tlu-piich Games Coordinator, says fun was had at the golfing fundraiser which drew in...
One hundred and fifty nautical miles west of Vancouver Island, 814 metres beneath the ocean’s surface, lies the apex of an underwater volcano comparable in size to Mount Baker.
Tseshaht First Nation acquired a new canoe this spring, which is already being put to use by the Tseshaht Canoe Family on the Paddle to Lummi journey.
First Nations along the vast migratory path of Fraser River salmon are optimistic that a new co-management agreement with Canada will help ensure a future for their fisheries.
An Ehattesaht First Nation man has connected with his long-lost nephew through a trail of information beginning with a DNA sharing website.
First Nations have the right - above other users - to access fish from their waters, according to the Constitution and the Supreme Court of Canada.
The Big One is indeed coming.
But even earthquake experts like Honn Kao cannot accurately predict just when that might happen.
Progress continues on a multi-use pathway through Pacific Rim National Park with construction this season beginning near Wickaninnish Beach, work timed to limit impacts on salmon and trout.