First Nations Seek Government-to-Government Input into BC Energy Plan

Coast Salish Territory/West Vancouver, BC – The First Nations Summit is concerned that the British...

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First Nations oppose Federal Government's proposed changes to metal mining effluent regulations that would see fish-bearing lakes destroyed

Coast Salish Territory (West Vancouver) – The First Nations Summit Chiefs in Assembly, who wrapped...

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First Nations to play key role in any proposed 'national energy strategy'

Coast Salish Territory/West Vancouver – The executive of the First Nations Summit welcomes the recent...

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BC First Nations Oppose Mining Company's plan to destroy Duncan lake

(Vancouver, BC) – At the BC Assembly of First Nations’ annual general meeting in Kamloops...

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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 Appalled By BC Government’s decision to issue Project Approval Certificate for the Tulsequah Chief Mine

(Vancouver) — The First Nations Summit is deeply concerned by the BC Government’s decision to...

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First Nations Summit Calls on Governments to Maintain Moratorium on Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration

North Vancouver, BC — Leaders of the First Nations Summit are urging the provincial and...

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First Nations call on the B.C. government to work with them to improve relations with the mining sector

Coast Salish Traditional Territory/Vancouver, BC — The First Nations Summit calls on the provincial government...

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