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RCMP investigating suspicious death on First Nations reserve in Kamloops

October 21, 2012
RCMP investigating suspicious death on First Nations reserve in Kamloops

A woman was found dead in a home on the Tk’emlups First Nations reserve in Kamloops Saturday night, and investigators believe it is related to an incident of domestic violence.  Global TV BC News

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Ancient village along B.C. river reveals 1,300 years of First Nations history

October 20, 2012

Along the banks of B.C.’s Babine River sits an archeological treasure trove, an ancient village that may have been used as a crossroad for First Nations dating back more than 1,300 years. Vancouver Sun – News / Vancouver

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Counting on first nations to fill a looming labour shortfall

October 15, 2012

As mines continue to pop up across the province, aboriginals are expected to help B.C. meet the massive demand for skilled workers globeandmail – British Columbia

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First nations school teaches ‘all the culture stuff’

October 13, 2012

Innovative Haida Gwaii band school promotes culturally responsible education while teaching the three Rs globeandmail – British Columbia

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Thousands of First Nations artifacts found near Vernon

October 6, 2012
Thousands of First Nations artifacts found near Vernon

Archaeologists near Vernon, B.C., have uncovered thousands of First Nations artifacts — some of which could be more than 6,000 years old — on a stretch of highway in Lake Country. CBC | British Columbia News

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