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1 Penticton Indian Band sends helping hand to members of the Osoyoos Indian Band displaced by the Nk'Mip Creek Wildfire
2 City of Penticton working on relationship with the Penticton Indian Band and solving ongoing problems together
3 Penticton band chief condemns suspicious burning of 2 Catholic churches – Parksville Qualicum Beach News
4 Okanagan Indian Band kids buoyed by lifejacket donation
5 UPDATE: Evacuation order issued for several more Osoyoos Indian Band properties – Penticton Western News
6 Osoyoos Indian Band unveils residential school monument, chief calls for action
7 Drums welcome Mexican firefighters at the Osoyoos Indian Band
8 NDP leader Jagmeet Singh stops in Penticton to talk climate criss, wildfires, church burnings and COVID-19
9 Syilx Okanagan Nation celebrate Osoyoos Indian Band's land purchase on the Lower Arrow Lakes
10 Positive COVID-19 case identified at Penticton Indian Band funeral
11 Penticton Indian Band closes services after COVID-19 cluster
12 Oliver and Osoyoos Indian Band to hold 'Walk to Remember' residential school victims – Penticton Western News
13 Penticton Indian Band confirms 9th positive COVID-19 test – Penticton Western News
14 PIB reaffirms commitment to prevent development at Sickle Point
15 PIB cuts ties with top economic developer | News |
16 Penticton Indian Band says some members not sharing COVID-19 contact-tracing information
17 Time for the province to help clean up homeless camps near Penticton | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
18 READ MORE: Penticton Indian Band COVID outbreak up to 22 cases
19 Video captures 110-year-old church on Penticton Indian Band land burning | Watch News Videos Online
20 Greg Gabriel elected new chief of Penticton Indian Band
21 Penticton Indian Band grateful for outpouring of support after 'sickening' Kamloops discovery – Vernon Morning Star
22 PIB overwhelmed with offers of support | News |
23 Salmon Arm/Switzmalph members of Neskonlith Band make plans to separate – Penticton Western News
24 Penticton Indian Band closes backcountry to all vehicles in midst of heatwave – Keremeos Review
25 Controlled burn on Penticton Indian Band ignites concern on social media – Penticton Western News
26 Show your support for Penticton Indian Band Healthcare on Facebook – Summerland Review
27 BC Wildfire Service working with Upper Similkameen Indian Band on sacred open fire ceremony in coming days
28 Indian band, Hedley, receives $1.5 million to restore community hall – Penticton Western News
29 Suspected arsons continue at churches across Canada
30 Penticton Indian Band speaks out against proposed mega-subdivision on the Naramata Bench
31 Increase in COVID-19 case numbers continues in Penticton Indian Band community
32 UPDATE: Skeetchestn Indian Band issues evacuation alert due to Sparks Lake wildfire – Penticton Western News
33 Penticton Indian Band sees drop in COVID-19 case numbers spreading through community
34 Penticton Indian Band joins for the Children Caravan to Kamloops – Penticton Western News
35 Arson and vandalism continue at Canadian churches as more Indigenous burial sites are revealed
36 At least 9 Canadian churches set ablaze amid indigenous anger over residential schools
37 COVID-19 case reported within Penticton Indian Band, contact-tracing underway
38 What the Catholic church destroyed by fire meant to Penticton Indian Band | Watch News Videos Online
39 Warning from Penticton Indian Band after dog attacked and killed by a cougar
40 Penticton Indian Band 'shocked and sickened' by discovery at Kamloops Residential School – Summerland Review
41 Syilx MMA champion Rylie ‘Coyote’ Marchand reflection of Okanagan community
42 Newly elected chief Greg Gabriel wants to unite the Penticton Indian Band – Penticton Western News
43 Penticton Indian Band planning eternal flame memorial for residential school victims | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
44 Penticton Indian Band member Nicholas Kruger nominated for IndigiNews community changemaker series
45 South Okanagan towns, Osoyoos Indian Band seek funds for new eco-friendly hockey arena – Penticton Western News
46 Penticton Indian Band reserve records positive COVID-19 case
47 Penticton bylaw looks to province to cleanup homeless encampments along Highway 97 – Keremeos Review
48 Penticton Indian Band concerned over bighorn sheep hunt in South Okanagan
49 Okanagan Indian Band calls for removal of 3 'colonial structures' on band land – Penticton Western News
50 Brush fire on Penticton Indian Band land was controlled burn
51 Catholic Churches Destroyed On Indigenous Land In Canada
52 Penticton Indian Band woman fed up with people refusing to leash dogs on river pathway, disrespecting PIB rules
53 More churches in Canada, and one in LA, burn
54 Letters to the Editor: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 | Opinion |
55 Letters to the Editor: Friday, July 23, 2021 | Opinion |
56 More than 200 properties in Osoyoos, B.C., ordered evacuated due to fast-growing wildfire
57 Letters to the Editor: Wednesday, July 14, 2021 | Opinion |
58 City of Penticton, volunteers invested over 700 hours supporting evacuees from wildfires
59 While some cheer on the destruction of churches, First Nations pick up the pieces
60 Penticton Indian Band's newly elected chief hopes to unite, improve communications | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
61 Penticton council denies Kampe estate development proposal again
62 Police probe dark-coloured truck leaving scene of Penticton church fire – Penticton Western News
63 More suspected church arsons continue across Canada
64 UPDATE: Oliver wildfire being held at 45 hectares – Penticton Western News
65 Sylix Okanagan Nation calling Sylix survivors, families to caravan in unity to the former Kamloops Indian Residential School
66 Dark truck spotted on CCTV near Sacred Heart Church when it went up in flames on Penticton Indian Band land; RCMP investigating
67 Sentencing looms for former Penticton Indian Band employee who pleaded guilty to forgery
68 Hurt felt far beyond Kamloops | News |
69 New Penticton Indian Band council elected Monday night
70 Environmentally sensitive Sickle Point purchased, will be conserved
71 Penticton Indian Band opposed to bighorn sheep harvest
72 Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, a Penticton Indian Band member, will be getting a kidney transplant after public plea for donor
73 White Rock Lake wildfire near Westwold grows to 24000 hectares – Penticton Western News
74 Penticton Indian Band celebrates class of 2020 in a unique way
75 Okanagan man describes savage assault, wants attacker charged
76 Letters to the Editor: Thursday, June 24, 2021 | Opinion |
77 What Orange Shirt Day means to this Penticton Indian Band Elder
78 Penticton Indian Band family renewing calls for information on New Years Eve murder of mother
79 Churches Keep Burning in Canada
80 Penticton Indian Band member shares a song of truth and healing she wrote for the 215 residential school children's remains found
81 Naramata to colour village orange to support Indigenous allies – Penticton Western News
82 Plenty of intrigue as PIB prepares to elect chief
83 Okanagan Indian Band member, school trustee dies – Penticton Western News
84 Okanagan First Nations call for accountability after remains found at B.C. residential school
85 Land access amid COVID-19 a topic of concern for Penticton Indian Band members
86 New liaison officer for Okanagan Indian Band – Penticton Western News
87 Five council members elected to Penticton Indian Band council – Summerland Review
88 Penticton Indian Band to host new by-election after successful appeal of 2017 results – Lake Country Calendar
89 Nominees announced for Penticton Indian Band by-election – Summerland Review
90 No homes lost on Anarchist Mountain due to Nk'Mip fire – Penticton Western News
91 Two more First Nations churches in Canada destroyed in 'suspicious' fires
92 Penticton Indian Band stands in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en
93 Okanagan Indian Band envisions new cultural school space; seeking community input
94 Penticton Indian Band signs historic agreement with forestry company – Summerland Review
95 After overdose death, Penticton Indian Band reaffirms desire to be drug-free reserve
96 Penticton joins Victoria in cancelling Canada Day activities
97 Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week – Summerland Review
98 Upper Similkameen Indian Band elders, chief say burning down Catholic churches is not the way
99 Ooknakane Friendship Centre's vaccine clinic felt like family
100 Penticton Indian Band selects five new councillors – Summerland Review