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‘Our worst nightmares are being realized’: Experts say First Nations need more power to save B.C. salmon


In the aftermath of a massive landslide on B.C.’s Fraser River, just a single female chinook salmon managed to complete the journey to her spawning grounds in Valemount’s Swift Creek, according to a local conservationist.

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Carolyn Bennett calls on Lynn Beyak to pull letters supporting assimilation of First Nations people


Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett is calling on Sen. Lynn Beyak to remove letters still on her website that support Indigenous assimilation and claim residential schools saved First Nations people from “squalor.”

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