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March 21, 2011

Alliance of five First Nations attend BMO AGM to dissuade bank from backing project that would harm rivers

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Topics: Indigenous Law, Climate and Energy
February 23, 2011

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Topics: Climate and Energy, Indigenous Law
February 15, 2011

Dogwood Initiative, Forest Ethics, West Coast Environmental Law Association, Living Oceans Society.

Topics: Climate and Energy, Indigenous Law
December 15, 2010

“Our lands and waters are not for sale, not at any price.”

Topics: Indigenous Law, Climate and Energy
November 29, 2010

For Immediate Release: November 30, 2010

Delegation says oil tankers threaten coastal economies and communities.

Topics: Climate and Energy, Indigenous Law
November 29, 2010

Pour diffusion immédiate : Le 30 novembre 2010

L’appel à l'interdiction de pétroliers sur la côte nord du Pacifique s'intensifie : les Premières nations et les industries côtières unissent leurs forces à Ottawa et font pression pour une nouvelle loi

Topics: Indigenous Law, Climate and Energy
October 24, 2010

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Topics: Climate and Energy, Canada's Environmental Reviews, Lands & Forests, Indigenous Law
September 30, 2010

Vancouver BC—On Friday afternoon, the Chiefs of the First Nations Summit of BC, representing a majority of First Nations and Tribal Councils in BC, stated that the

Topics: Climate and Energy, Indigenous Law
September 1, 2010

Vancouver, BC—Twelve environmental groups are calling on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to save Fish Lake, home to 80,000 rainbow trout and sacred to the Tsilhqot’in First Nations.

Topics: Canada's Environmental Reviews, Indigenous Law
April 19, 2010

Vancouver -  The provincial government’s decision to move ahead on the Site C dam is irresponsible given the massive environmental and socioeconomic impacts of the proposed hydroelectric project.

Topics: Indigenous Law, Climate and Energy
March 23, 2010

Vancouver/Coast Salish Territory - Several First Nations peoples on the Central and North Pacific Coast and Haida Gwaii issued a Declaration this week banning Tar Sands crude oil tankers from their territories, citing the potentially devastating risk of oil spills associated with

Topics: Indigenous Law, Climate and Energy

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