Meet our new co-op student, Amber!

Meet our new co-op student, Amber!

Meet our co-op student, Amber! 14 September, 2017 Amber is a proud member of Cheam First Nation and is currently in her second year of the Master of Public Administration program at the University of Victoria. Her background includes a Bachelor of Communications from...
Meet our new team member, Aaron!

Meet our new team member, Aaron!

Meet our new team member, Aaron! 06 September, 2017 Aaron Samuel is nehiyaw (Plains Cree) and Caribbean. He holds a JD with a Specialization in Aboriginal Law from the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. Prior to that, he completed his...
Meet our new team member, Yogita!

Meet our new team member, Yogita!

Meet our new team member, Yogita! 22 August, 2017 Yogita is an expert in strategic engagement and government relations. With a decade of experience in the utility sector, Yogita has worked specifically to engage with Indigenous governments and communities on energy...
Meet our new team member, Amy!

Meet our new team member, Amy!

Born and raised in Vancouver, Amy has fostered a deep love and respect for the amazing nature surrounding the city. She previously worked as an Archaeologist/Program Coordinator for a North Vancouver First Nation and spent many years helping to protect the cultural...
First Nations owned campsites around BC

First Nations owned campsites around BC

Anyone who’s ever tried to camp in BC knows Provincial campsites tend to book up very early. This summer, looking at scenic campsite alternatives may save your long weekend. We’ve put together a list of 12 First Nations owned and/or operated campsites around BC. From...
National Aboriginal History Month: Nak’azdli Whut’en

National Aboriginal History Month: Nak’azdli Whut’en

National Aboriginal History Month: Nak’azdli Whut’en 30 June, 2017 Nak’azdli Whut’en is a community of the Dakelh or Carrier Nation. Dakelh or Carrier territory resides in what is now the Central Interior of BC. Most Carrier call themselves Dakelh which means “People...