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Teen stabbed to death on Tsawwassen First Nation land

February 16, 2013
Teen stabbed to death on Tsawwassen First Nation land

A 16-year old girl is dead and a 15-year old girl is in critical condition after a stabbing last night on the Tsawwassen First Nation reserve. Delta Police Constable Ciaran Feenan says their investigation is in its early stages. “At this point we do have a known suspect.  We can’t speak to who he is [...]

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Teen stabbed to death on Tsawwassen First Nation land

February 16, 2013
Teen stabbed to death on Tsawwassen First Nation land

A 16-year old girl is dead and a 15-year old girl is in critical condition after a stabbing last night on the Tsawwassen First Nation reserve. Delta Police Constable Ciaran Feenan says their investigation is in its early stages. “At this point we do have a known suspect.  We can’t speak to who he is [...]

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Squamish First Nation looks to add residential development to planned North Shore shopping mall

February 16, 2013

More than a decade after the Squamish First Nation first proposed a massive shopping mall on its land in the heart of the North Shore, the band is looking to add residential units to a development that may begin construction next year. This year, independent consultants will finish studying whether the 12-hectare Seymour Creek Village [...]

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B.C. leads nation in licensed pot growers, users

February 14, 2013

The total number of medical marijuana possession and production licences in B.C. almost tripled in 2012, to 24,963 from 9,097, Health Canada statistics show. B.C. now has more licensed medical marijuana users and growers than any other Canadian province, with B.C. residents holding more than half of Canadian licences. Vancouver Sun – News / Vancouver

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Why one first nation band is embracing mining, despite its environmental impacts

February 4, 2013

First nation band’s decision to embrace mining projects has led to dramatic turnaround for employment globeandmail – British Columbia

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