THE Tsleil-Waututh Nation is applauding comments made by NDP leader Adrian Dix this week opposing the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline.
May the judgement not be too heavy upon us. -- - T.S. Eliot, Ash Wednesday
NORTH Vancouver's Tsleil-Waututh Nation says a new report on oil tanker spill response proves the federal government isn't taking pipeline risks seriously.
With it comes our annual hope of joy, redemption and promise for the future. It's a good tradition, a time for offering and exchanging gifts. Casting an eye over the political landscape, who's been naughty this past year?
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CHIEF Justin George of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation has made it clear he intends to make opposing Kinder Morgan's proposal to expand its pipeline a political issue.
THE Tsleil-Waututh Nation is hoping to draw residents from the North Shore to speak against a proposed pipeline expansion on Burrard Inlet at an information meeting this weekend.
A First Nation with traditional territory in Burnaby is disappointed with the provincial government's plan to handle new oil pipelines in B.C.
A First Nation with traditional territory in Burnaby took another stance against the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion this past weekend.
THE Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish First Nations have joined more than 100 other bands from the Arctic to the U.S. border in opposing further pipeline development and oil tanker traffic off B.C.'s coast.
IT'S Friday afternoon at the end of a successful Tsleil-Waututh Nation career fair.
That pipeline company causing Mayor Gregor Robertson a tanker full of grief is back in the news with an announcement that it will decrease the number of barrels of crude per day it proposes to shoot down its tube from Alberta to Burnaby.
THE Tsleil-Waututh Nation Child and Family Development Centre has received national recognition for its innovation related to early childhood education.
The Chiefs do not have a game at Prospera Centre this weekend but a lot of Chilliwack ears will be listening to 89.5 The Hawk (and eyes will be watching the BCHL pay per view) as Harvey Smyl's squad play in Penticton this Friday night.
CITY of North Vancouver Mayor Darrell Mussatto has joined regional politicians and environmental groups to call on the National Energy Board to open up its approval process to public scrutiny this week.
NORTH Vancouver's Takaya Developments Ltd., builders of the Raven Woods development in Seymour, were winners at the B.C. Aboriginal Business Awards this month.
If Kinder Morgan wants to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline, which runs oil from Alberta to Burnaby, the company will have to face opposition from a First Nations group with traditional territories around the Burrard Inlet.