All Chiefs Assembly United in Rejection of Proposed Legislation: The Recognition and Reconciliation legislation is Dead

(Coast Salish Traditional Territory/Vancouver, BC – August 28, 2009) – Chiefs and leaders came together...

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February 14th marks the 150th anniversary of a dark day in BC First Nations history

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver – February 14, 2009 marks the 150th anniversary of the Proclamation (attached)...

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Supreme Court of Canada Finds Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy Constitutional and Not "Race Based"

Coast Salish Territory (West Vancouver) — The First Nations Summit is pleased with today’s Supreme...

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First Nations Summit publicly releases letter to Minister Strahl and issues statement on the jailing of the Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Chief and Council

Coast Salish Traditional Territory/West Vancouver – Given the seriousness of the situation that is occurring...

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First Nations of British Columbia Issue Declaration Affirming Aboriginal Title

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver – First Nations Leaders from across British Columbia have issued a declaration...

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Department of Fisheries and Oceans ignore the rule of law: First Nations Leadership Council calls on the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans to work with First Nations to protect the depleted Fraser River sockeye fishery

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver – The First Nations Leadership Council, being the Executives of the First...

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First Nations Leadership Council welcomes support messages regarding the National Day of Action from Premier Campbell and other Provincial and Territorial leaders

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver – The First Nations Leadership Council, consisting of the executives of the...

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25 Years Later – Repatriation of the Canadian Constitution Remains an Important Milestone for Aboriginal People

Coast Salish Traditional Territory (Vancouver, BC) – Today, Tuesday April 17th marks the 25th anniversary...

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First Nations Leadership Council welcomes Independent Body on Specific Claims

Coast Salish Territory (Vancouver, BC) – The First Nations Leadership Council is cautiously optimistic regarding...

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First Nations welcome the Supreme Court of Canada’s favourable ruling on the Aboriginal Right to harvest wood

Coast Salish Territory/West Vancouver, BC – The First Nations Summit welcomes the Supreme Court of...

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First Nations Leadership Council Appalled with Prime Minister’s Comments on the Aboriginal Economic Fishery

Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, BC – The First Nations Leadership Council unanimously rejected and denounced Prime...

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First Nations Summit Pleased BC COURT OF APPEAL Decision finds Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy is NOT “Race Based ”

Coast Salish Territory (West Vancouver) — The First Nations Summit is pleased with today’s 5-0...

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