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No more reports, no more commissions: Indigenous people want immediate action

Via The Star
Tag(s): Health & Wellness, Justice

Indigenous people are being killed by police. We are being incarcerated at rates far beyond the rest of the Canadian population. Our children are caught in a vicious cycle and continue to more

Indigenous Day (Part 1): B.C. Regional Chief Terry Teegee calls for ‘overhaul’ of policing

Via Richmond News
Tag(s): Health & Wellness, Justice

Glacier Media hears from Indigenous leader, police chief and government minister in advance of National Indigenous Peoples Day Anger. Frustration. Sadness. These are some of the emotions more

Chief points to local in-custody deaths in advance of anti-racism rally

Via Prince George Citizen
Tag(s): Justice

A major figure in the B.C. Assembly of First Nations has put the spotlight on the deaths of two Indigenous men in Prince George ahead of a peaceful protest in this city against racism. The rally more

Big Oil Leaders Should Stop Trying to Push Back Indigenous Rights

Via The Tyee
Tag(s): Climate Emergency, Economic Development, Justice

Under cover of COVID-19, they’ve asked to delay federal UNDRIP law. We won’t be shoved aside. by Terry Teegee, Regional Chief of the BC Assembly of First Nations The emergence of COVID-19 has more

First Nations chiefs talk federal budget, racism at assembly in Nanaimo

Via Nanaimo Bulletin
Tag(s): Economic Development, Justice

National Chief Perry Bellegarde speaks at B.C. Assembly of First Nations gathering B.C. First Nations chiefs are getting through a lot of business in a short time in Nanaimo, and the national more