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The Pelltíq’t te Secwépemc First Nations hopes its people can finally go home, to heal.
Lenora Fletcher grew up without her First Nations status. She wasn’t the only one. When her grandpa died, her granny Celestine Fletcher inadvertently signed away the status for her entire family, including her own 10 children and their descendants.
By Kelly Sinoski Every summer, the Secwépemc people would gather on Green…
By Kelly Sinoski Diane Cleveland’s lifetime love affair with the Cariboo came…
100 Mile House was a bit on the rough side when Dick Minato moved to the area in 1951.
City of Nanaimo retains bylaw banning nuclear weapons, but takes several other bylaws off the books
Christine and Christopher met as teens in the United Kingdom
South Island’s Woodside Farm is the oldest continuously operated farm west of the Great Lakes