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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 US media shamefully justified a string of Canadian church burnings
3 Coronavirus: Penticton Indian Band closes services, buildings following rise in COVID-19 cases
4 Fire Destroys Two Catholic Churches on Indigenous Land in British Columbia
5 Positive COVID-19 case identified at Penticton Indian Band funeral
6 Penticton Indian Band reserve records positive COVID-19 case
7 Penticton Indian Band closes services after COVID-19 cluster
8 Osoyoos Indian Band unveils residential school monument, chief calls for action
9 COVID-19 cases dropping among Penticton Indian Band members – Vernon Morning Star
10 Salmon Arm/Switzmalph members of Neskonlith Band make plans to separate – Penticton Western News
11 Fires destroy two more Catholic churches in Canada’s Indigenous communities
12 Brush fire on Penticton Indian Band land was controlled burn
13 Churches Keep Burning in Canada
14 Video captures 110-year-old church on Penticton Indian Band land burning | Watch News Videos Online
15 Arson and vandalism continue at Canadian churches as more Indigenous burial sites are revealed
16 Churches burned down as anger over 'cultural genocide' of indigenous children sweeps Canada
17 COVID-19 case reported within Penticton Indian Band, contact-tracing underway
18 While some cheer on the destruction of churches, First Nations pick up the pieces
19 Penticton Indian Band speaks out against proposed mega-subdivision on the Naramata Bench
20 Alarm over church attacks in Canada
21 ‘Definite panic’: Hundreds of tourists flee Osoyoos campground and resort as wildfire encroaches
22 Canadian churches on First Nations land are burning
23 Douglas Todd: Not much difference between Islamophobia and Christophobia
24 One-on-one with Buffy Sainte-Marie | News |
25 Penticton Indian Band 'shocked and sickened' by discovery at Kamloops Residential School – Penticton Western News
26 Penticton Indian Band says some members not sharing COVID-19 contact-tracing information
27 Penticton Indian Band joins for the Children Caravan to Kamloops – Penticton Western News
28 Penticton Indian Band reaffirms commitment to protecting, keeping Sickle Point in natural state
29 Okanagan man describes savage assault, wants attacker charged
30 Penticton Indigenous leaders commend city for cancelling Canada Day festivities
31 Pierre family played role in Summerland's history – Penticton Western News
32 Federal government reaches nearly $8B deal with First Nations on drinking water suit
33 Cannabis retail outlet opens on Penticton Indian reserve | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
34 B.C. to mark Sept. 30 as day of commemoration for residential school victims, survivors
35 Highway closed, evacuation orders issued as wildfires challenge fire crews across B.C.
36 Journalists covering Canadian church arsons need to ask: Who's behind these attacks?
37 Entire communities ready to evacuate at a moment's notice as B.C. wildfires rage
38 Mountie minds oinker for evacuated owner | News |
39 Behind the scenes of N.L.'s failed attempt to rename Red Indian Lake
40 United church members 'on edge' following 2 church fires: Indigenous ministries exec
41 Cleanup of bankrupt dump on Penticton Indian Band reserve could cost well over $1 million – Penticton Western News
42 What the Catholic church destroyed by fire meant to Penticton Indian Band | Watch News Videos Online
43 Okanagan Indian Band calls for removal of 3 'colonial structures' on band land – Penticton Western News
44 Penticton Indian Band planning eternal flame memorial for residential school victims | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
45 Okanagan First Nations call for accountability after remains found at B.C. residential school
46 PIB voting for band council | News |
47 After overdose death, Penticton Indian Band reaffirms desire to be drug-free reserve
48 Penticton Indian Band member Nicholas Kruger nominated for IndigiNews community changemaker series
49 Federal NDP leader to visit former Kamloops Indian Residential School
50 New Penticton Indian Band council elected Monday night
51 Terry Glavin: Canada's early Christian prophets were Indigenous. Now someone's destroying their churches
52 New homes coming to Okanagan First Nations band
53 Land access amid COVID-19 a topic of concern for Penticton Indian Band members
54 UPDATE: ‘It’s disgusting’: Penticton Indian Band vows to crack down on illegal dumping
55 What Orange Shirt Day means to this Penticton Indian Band Elder
56 More than 160 unmarked graves found at B.C. residential school site: First Nation
57 Penticton Indian Band woman fed up with people refusing to leash dogs on river pathway, disrespecting PIB rules
58 UPDATE: Evacuation alert extended due to Brenda Creek wildfire – Penticton Western News
59 First Nations group says all residential schools need to be investigated
60 Police Investigate After Two Catholic Churches Burn on British Columbia Tribal Lands
61 Osoyoos Indian Band RV Park cancelling reservations for those outside local health area – Penticton Western News
62 Penticton joins Victoria in cancelling Canada Day activities
63 Ooknakane Friendship Centre's vaccine clinic felt like family
64 Planned burns effective in containing White Rock Lake wildfire near Westwold – Penticton Western News
65 PIB locatee burying garbage problem? | News |
66 Family finally has Green Light to open cannabis shop
67 Penticton cancelling Canada Day celebrations this year
68 UPDATE: Westwold wildfire grows to 17900 hectares; more evacuation orders, alerts issued – Penticton Western News
69 How Lytton residents worked together to survive racing fire
70 Penticton Indian Band's waterline project to enhance health issues: chief – Penticton Western News
71 Church on Penticton reserve looks into heritage designation
72 Overnight church burnings only add to urgency of today's 'For the Children' caravan
73 RCMP scrutinize suspicious church fire in northwest B.C. for any links to Okanagan blazes
74 BC RCMP’s youngest recruiter inspires South Okanagan officers
75 Catholic churches burned down overnight on BC reservations
76 Sentencing delayed in beach assault case that left Penticton man with traumatic brain injury
77 Osoyoos Indian Band finds racist slurs scrawled on pictograph
78 Penticton’s infamous waste pile mysteriously disappears
79 VIDEO: Healing walk organizer addresses the destruction of two Okanagan Churches.
80 Two more Catholic churches burn in B.C.'s southern Interior, chief says
81 Chinook salmon released at sx̌ʷəx̌ʷnitkʷ (Okanagan Falls)
82 New administration for Penticton Indian Band, court responses filed – Penticton Western News
83 B.C. Indian Band moves toward becoming a dry reserve
84 How the Penticton Indian Band is handling wild horses | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source
85 Penticton's Ooknakane hosts first of its kind Friendship Centre vaccination clinic – Penticton Western News
86 Pot shop unlicensed
87 New Indian residential school monument in the Okanagan
88 Phantom Creek Estate Winery strives to bring world-class flavours and talent to the South Okanagan
89 If You Thought the Reaction to the '1619 Project' Was Ugly, Just Wait for This
90 Churches Are Being Burned to the Ground in Canada
91 Penticton Indian Band grandmothers lead march on MCFD office
92 City of Penticton launches new website for airport
93 Local girl becomes unlikely RCMP recruiter | News |
94 'I plan on being Cadmus through and through': Getting to know Chief Cadmus Delorme
95 Stop-work order issued by WorkSafeBC for Penticton waste site
96 MP Richard Cannings shares thoughts on South Okanagan church burnings, healing needed in Indigenous communities
97 Two B.C.–based food TV series to teach viewers about Indigenous cuisines and cultures with latest seasons
98 Unwelcome visitors on hunt for mushrooms concerning for Lower Similkameen chief
99 Out of Tragedy, One Indigenous Nation Built a New Mental Health Model
100 Burning churches not the way to get justice: Bellegarde