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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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First Nations Leadership Council says Bernard Supreme Court decision will have little impact in B.C.

Vancouver – The First Nations Leadership Council comprised of the leadership of the three major...

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First Nations Summit applauds landmark Supreme Court of Canada Decisions re: Haida Nation and Taku River Tlingit First Nation

(Vancouver, BC) The First Nations Summit considers the rulings of the Supreme Court of Canada...

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Mowachaht / Muchalaht First Nations seek collaborative agreement with DFO on methods to reunite Tsu-xiit with his family

Mowachaht / Muchalaht Chiefs along with representatives from the Assembly of First Nations, First Nations...

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First Nation Fisheries Panel Calls for Overhaul of Pacific Fishery

(North Vancouver, BC) – A panel of Aboriginal fisheries experts appointed by the First Nations...

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First Nations Summit looks for government to follow through on Throne Speech in upcoming budget

Vancouver, BC – Leaders of the First Nations Summit will await next week’s provincial budget...

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First Nations Summit applauds creation of First Nations Governance Institute

VANCOUVER – The First Nations Summit (FNS) expressed support today for the federal government’s announcement...

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The First Nations Summit is deeply concerned with the possible impacts stemming from the June 17, 2003 Provincial Court decision in the fisheries case R v Anderson et al.

The First Nations Summit is deeply concerned with the possible impacts stemming from the June...

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First Nations Summit, Tsawwassen and Musqueam First Nations declare weekend aboriginal fishery legal, but Fishery Survival Coalition "protest" amounts to poaching

VANCOUVER – Members of the Tsawwassen and Musqueam First Nations are prepared to take part...

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An Open Letter to The Honourable Garde Gardom, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia. First Nations Summit disappointed over insulting remarks made during the new Provincial Cabinet’s swearing in ceremonies

North Vancouver — The First Nations Summit today released the attached letter to the Honourable...

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