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1 Island First Nation declares state of emergency in response to wildfire
2 Ehattesaht First Nation members struggling in wake of COVID-19 outbreak and repeated power outages
3 Ehattesaht First Nation’s COVID-19 nightmare: nine active cases, a storm and a power outage
4 Fire caused by lightning near Zeballos under control, no current risk to public
5 Remote west Vancouver Island First Nation completes second round of COVID-19 vaccines
6 Medical team sent to guide Vancouver Island First Nation through COVID-19 outbreak
7 COVID-19 vaccine arrives in remote First Nations across Canada
8 Ehatis continues its COVID-19 outbreak battle with new cases, recoveries and strict bylaws
9 Vaccine arrives for COVID-19-battered Vancouver Island First Nations
10 Strathcona Regional District receives FireSmart funding – Campbell River Mirror
11 Five western Vancouver Island First Nations celebrate legal fishing victory
12 High-speed internet's arrival in our community shows how connectivity is essential to First Nations' success
13 New interactive map highlights First Nations languages, artwork and cultural heritage
14 A higher court overturned restrictions on Indigenous fishing Monday in BC
15 Five Vancouver Island First Nations relieved Canada has ended 15-year fisheries battle
16 Canadian First Nations receive COVID-19 vaccine
17 The Long, Expensive Fight for First Nations' Fishing Rights
18 Forestry company contributes land for Vancouver Island community trail project
19 The Nuu-chah-nulth Just Won a Huge Ruling for First Nations Fisheries
20 Vancouver Island First Nation calls on B.C. to honour UNDRIP in historic title case
21 Ahousaht First Nation on lockdown over COVID-19 – Victoria News
22 The water has been bridged: COVID-19 cases on the rise on Vancouver Island
23 What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C. for Dec. 2
24 Eight Island Health region First Nations share 1,900 doses of COVID-19 vaccine
25 In the wake of Indigenous rights declaration, B.C.’s lawyers make ‘distasteful’ arguments in First Nations title case
26 Forest products company contributes land to hiking trail
27 Culturally significant First Nations marine sites mapped
28 Zeballos closes public service areas ahead of second wave
29 Nuu-chah-nulth nations on Vancouver Island hit hard by COVID-19
30 A 52-year-old shipwreck fouls Nootka Sound waters
31 Opinion: Moving reconciliation from words to actions
32 Bella Coola to benefit from connectivity investments for coastal communities
33 DFO postpones clam fishery near Nootka Sound and Esperanza at local communities’ request
34 ‘Life is too short to not do your own thing’
35 Western Forest Products donates land for new North Island community trail
36 Investments aim to improve internet speed and reliability in remote Island communities
37 First Nations artists offer stories behind the art
38 Wind warning issued in southwestern Alberta, gusts up to 110 km/h expected
39 Evacuation order in Zeballos, B.C. enters 5th month
40 First Nations transparency: a deeper look at chiefs’ earnings
41 Nuu-chah-nulth: Endangered or a language in hiding?
42 B.C. First Nations get clarity on fishing rights from top court
43 Amid provincial lockdown Edmonton's brand-new winter patios sit unused
44 Article Indigenous Peoples in Canada
45 Court quashes Island timber grant to Western Forest Products
46 Steering their own canoes: First Nations curate their heritage, history
47 Red Deer rec facilities to close in alignment with new provincial COVID-19 rules
48 Winter blues a concern for Vancouver Islanders during COVID-19 Christmas season – Vancouver Island Free Daily
49 5 Vancouver Island native bands get commercial fishery
50 MacGregor to host expert panel for virtual town hall on freighter anchorages issue
51 Goodbye garburator, this Victoria company has a clean composting solution – Vancouver Island Free Daily
52 Today's coronavirus news: First COVID-19 vaccine could be approved for Canadian use in two weeks, Health Canada says; Ontario cases may be flattening, but province in 'precarious' state, warn official
53 'Everybody is chipping in' to battle Gold Valley Main wildfire near Zeballos
54 Collection Indigenous Peoples
55 Nanaimo MLA Sheila Malcolmson named B.C.’s mental health and addictions minister
56 Staff suggest Sidney be cautious spending $2.75 million from province – Saanich News
57 Wildfire smoke blanketing much of B.C. causing health concerns, traffic warnings
58 First Nations fishing rights questions remain after town hall with Trudeau
59 Commercial fishery decision victory for Island First Nations
60 Vancouver Island community under evacuation alert due to wildfire
61 East Zeballos placed under evacuation alert as “out of control” wildfire approaches homes
62 Nuu-chah-nulth Nations urge government to fulfill Supreme Court decision on fishing rights
63 ‘Who deserves it more than our little people?’: SickKids Hospital receives $100M donation
64 Justin Trudeau’s town hall lacks clarity for Ahousaht First Nation
65 Montrealers still struggling to find pet-friendly apartments
66 Campbell River artist to be showcased in Timberwest’s First Nation Cultural Art Showcase Program
67 Aboriginals in remote Vancouver Island communities learn first aid
68 Battle of the barnacles: How this little crustacean became the heart of sustainable local fishery
69 Jack Knox — A silenced tongue: the last Nuchatlaht speaker dies
70 Evacuees say the BC Wildfire Service should have responded faster to Zeballos flare-up
71 Outlook good in Zeballos, but higher winds could stoke fires across North Island
72 Evacuation order issued in Island village due to ‘risk of falling debris’
73 B.C. municipal election 2018: Zeballos results
74 Dozens attend retirement open house for Windsor police chief
75 Article Vancouver Island
76 BC wildfires 2018: Hazy skies impacting crews in spotting new fires – Abbotsford News
77 Groundbreaking FirstVoices Chat app set to bring texting in First Nations languages to iPhone
78 Eating Our Landscape: the Ethnobotany of the Pacific Crabapple Tree