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1 Vancouver Island First Nation chiefs decry recent vandalism, racism in the capital region
2 While some cheer on the destruction of churches, First Nations pick up the pieces
3 Victoria statue of Captain Cook pulled down, thrown into harbour
4 Thousands gather at BC legislature to honour Indigenous children who passed away in residential schools
5 Reciprocity is a means of reconciliation in action, B.C. anthropologist says
6 Comment: Taking action toward reconciliation at Island Health
7 Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations to hold Canoe Protocol, drum circle at Legislature to honour Indigenous children
8 Charla Huber: If you want to be an ally to First Nations, respect their protocols
9 Carved stone pillar found on Victoria beach identified as Indigenous artifact
10 Metchosin, First Nations to receive emergency preparedness funding – Saanich News
11 Province buys $13 million piece of land to give back to Esquimalt Nation – Victoria News
12 Vancouver Island Indigenous leaders call for unity, end to violence, vandalism in Victoria area – Aldergrove Star
13 Comment: We are stronger together only if guided by respect
14 Victoria cancels Canada Day broadcast as First Nations mourn residential school deaths
15 Letters July 13: Indigenous leaders show leadership; separate dangerous from unfortunate
16 Letters July 7: Do we prioritize statues or people?; the truth about residential schools
17 Songhees Nation secures funding for marine trail tours that will highlight culture, history
18 Esquimalt Land Purchase Sets Stage For Reconciliation Negotiations
19 Search for Indigenous woman continues as B.C. marks Red Dress Day
20 VIDEO: Indigenous Policing Services partners with Songhees, Esquimalt Nations to provide canoe
21 Indigenous tourism: Vancouver Island First Nation plans marine tours that honour its culture
22 Letters July 24: Pros and cons of urgent care clinics; virus puts health dollars at risk
23 Songhees First Nation receives funding for 'marine trail'
24 Patti Bacchus: School boards need to go beyond mere Indigenous land acknowledgements
25 Letters July 9: Conflict will not aid reconciliation; toppling Capt. Cook
26 MP REPORT: Government must fund searches for graves at residential schools – Vancouver Island Free Daily
27 Authenticity of carved stone pillar found on Victoria beach under review
28 Oak Bay looks to add Lekwungen place names – Victoria News
29 Authenticity of Indigenous artifact at Royal B.C. Museum questioned
30 Songhees marine trail celebrates living history of Lekwungen people – Saanich News
31 Questions rock Royal B.C. Museum over authenticity of artifact recovered from Victoria beach
32 Raven Program reboots at Work PointLookout Newspaper
33 Victoria cancels Canada Day events out of respect for First Nations – Haida Gwaii Observer
34 Panel Questions
35 Victoria approves two cannabis retail outlets for Songhees Nation partnership
36 Federal government funding construction of 19 homes in 2 Island First Nations
37 Carved stone pillar found in Victoria confirmed to be Indigenous artifact | News
38 Historic object or contemporary carving? Canadian artist claims a totem that washed up on a Victoria beach is actually his work
39 'I was failing': Farming class connects Esquimalt First Nations students with the land
40 Victoria’s Bahá’í building bridges with Songhees and Esquimalt Nations
41 Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations open new RV Park
42 'The border is not our border': Tribal canoe trip to BC navigates tradition and history
43 Esquimalt, Songhees First Nations to reap millions for backing CRD sewage plan
44 Songhees teaming up with other nations to remove derelict boats
45 First Nations market fills Colwood's Royal Beach – Victoria News
46 Stone carving found on Victoria beach confirmed Indigenous ritual pillar – Vancouver Island Free Daily
47 First Nations set to buy remediated Rock Bay land, a prime waterfront site
48 COVID-19 recovery and beyond: Full text of the B.C. throne speech
49 Indigenous education supported through these five grants —IndigiNews
50 Letters June 18: First Nations offer guidance to all; how dense is Greater Victoria's population?
51 'We were all like his children': Esquimalt Chief Andy Thomas mourned
52 New interactive map highlights First Nations languages, artwork and cultural heritage
53 Surrey council rejects motion to acknowledge Aboriginal lands at start of meetings
54 'Don't think you're immune because you're isolated': B.C. Indigenous chief warns after COVID-19 outbreak
55 Vancouver Island First Nation office closed after suspected contact with COVID-19
56 Major milestone for the Esquimalt Harbour project
57 Surrey council rejects motion for Indigenous land acknowledgements at meetings
58 B.C. Supreme Court set to hear Vancouver Island First Nation's historic land title case
59 Esquimalt First Nation hereditary Chief Andy Thomas remembered as wonderfully complex
60 Victoria landmarks provide journey through culture and history of First Nations
61 A "deeper rooted history" –
62 Lost in translation: The Douglas treaties
63 Read the full B.C. throne speech from December 2020
64 UPDATE: First Nations tell B.C. to pause old growth logging on southwest Vancouver Island
65 Five western Vancouver Island First Nations celebrate legal fishing victory
66 First Nations mulling uses for B.C. Hydro lands at Rock Bay
67 Vancouver Island Indigenous artists earn YVR Art Foundation scholarships – Victoria News
68 Letters March 2: Beacon Hill destruction; Clover Point debacle; pay-parking debate
69 Island flags lowered to honour dead children found at former Kamloops residential school
70 Stone pillar found in Victoria confirmed as authentic Indigenous artifact
71 Moving day finally here for Indigenous affordable housing project in Colwood – Victoria News
72 Calls to 'Cancel Canada Day' Are Gaining Steam Across the Country
73 First Nations elders bless land for Colwood development
74 First Nation says old-growth activists 'not welcome' in Fairy Creek area
75 Ancestral human remains discovered near Dallas Road during wastewater-project work
76 Mourners line the streets to pay tribute to Esquimalt Nation Chief Andy Thomas
77 'Profit from other people's pain': Residential school survivors warn of stolen designs on orange shirts
78 Canadian Coast Guard destroys man's boat, then sues to cover $8500 bill
79 B.C. blockades aimed at protecting old-growth forests reveal First Nation split
80 BC Ferries gives new ship a First Nations name, launches art design competition | Urbanized
81 Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation asks travellers to stay home
82 Indigenous law centre becomes a reality
83 Man dies in targeted shooting in Esquimalt
84 Read the full text of the April 2021 B.C. throne speech
85 6 Victoria schools come together to explore Indigenous culture
86 All Indigenous adults in B.C. now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine
87 House fire on Esquimalt First Nation sends one to hospital – Victoria News
88 Navy returns submarine HMCS Corner Brook to the water
89 Vancouver and Victoria councils to consider renaming Trutch Street in their cities
90 'We have a lot of stories to tell': Several Indigenous-made films to be featured at this year's Victoria Film Festival
91 Decision on whether to close Ocean Boulevard comes as long-term plans unveiled
92 First Nation unveils barter currency
93 Victoria council to consider switching Trutch Street to Truth Street – Vancouver Island Free Daily
94 A closer look: do Vancouver Island First Nations support the war in the woods?
95 CRD putting finishing touches on five-year wastewater project – Victoria News
96 Orange shirts were everywhere for Orange Shirt Day
97 First Nations to close, upgrade Westbay RV park
98 The Right Way to Topple a Statue
99 Esquimalt, T'Sou-ke nations join more than 50 other members in South Island Prosperity Partnership – Saanich News
100 Indigenous Peoples Day must be a ‘call to action’, says Assembly of First Nations chief