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Fri. Jul. 25/14

Beyond Boarding has set off on another adventure – 'Cycle to the Sacred' is a bike tour that aims to generate financial and social support for a group of indigenous land defenders, the Klabona Keepers, in the Sacred Headwaters of British Columbia.

The tour will take place over the course of one and a half months, between July and August. "Our goals with this tour are to raise $25,000 to stand in solidarity with the Klabona Keepers, to bring attention to the beauty and culture that pervades British Columbia and how it is at risk," says Beyond Boarding Co-Founder Landon Yerex.

Fri. Jun. 27/14

Canadian Supreme Court decision granting unprecedented authority to First Nations may mean trouble for mining on traditional lands.

Fri. Jun. 27/14

Tahltan Nation announces intention to launch legal fight to block coal mine

Thu. Jun. 26/14

The Tahltan First Nation has wasted no time taking legal action after a historic Supreme Court ruling in favour of Aboriginal land rights.

Thu. Jun. 26/14

Within hours of a June 26 Supreme Court of Canada decision confirming aboriginal title of the Tsilhqot’in First Nation, the Tahltan First Nation announced it too planned to launch an aboriginal rights and title claim.

Thu. Jun. 26/14

The Tahltan Central Council has today (June 26, 2014) announced its intention to prepare an Aboriginal title and rights claim against the Province of British Columbia and Fortune Minerals Ltd

Thu. Jun. 26/14

The Tahltan Central Council has today (June 26, 2014) announced its intention to prepare an Aboriginal title and rights claim against the Province of British Columbia and Fortune Minerals Ltd

Thu. Jun. 26/14

The Tahltan First Nation has wasted no time taking legal action after a historic Supreme Court ruling in favour of Aboriginal land rights.

Thu. Jun. 26/14

A landmark decision involving aboriginal rights and title in British Columbia is already having ripple effects

Tue. May. 6/14

Two clean energy agreements with the Province of B.C. will enable the Tahltan Nation to share revenue from run-of-river projects slated for the Northwest — the McLymont Creek hydroelectric project and the Volcano Creek hydroelectric project.

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