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Indigenous Stewardship on the North Pacific Coast

2022-06-08T12:05:33-04:00Categories: Coastal First Nations, First Nation, Story|Tags: |

First Nations along the North and Central Coast and Haida Gwaii have been stewarding their territories for thousands of years. Today, they're working collaboratively with other First Nations and federal and provincial governments to create a network of Marine Protected Areas to preserve and sustainably manage their natural and cultural resources.

Protecting the North French River

2022-06-08T12:05:33-04:00Categories: First Nation, Moose Cree First Nation, Story|Tags: |

The North French River is one of the most pristine, untouched waterways in Ontario. In comparison with other rivers within the Moose Cree Homelands, it has not been significantly impacted by industry. The plan is to develop a framework to protect and enhance the cultural and landscape features of the watershed.

Origins of the Buffalo Treaty

2022-06-08T12:05:33-04:00Categories: Blackfeet Nation, Eastern Shoshone Tribes and the Oglala Sioux Tribe, Ermineskin First Nation, First Nation, Frog Lake First Nation and the Pigeon Lake Cree Nation, Kainai/Blood Tribe, Kootenai Indian Reservation, Ktunaxa Nation and the Secwépémc Nation, Mistawasis Nêhiyawak, Montana First Nation, Ocean Man First Nation, Ochapowace First Nation, Okanese First Nation, Pheasant Rump Nakota Nation, Piikani Nation, Sakimay First Nation, Samson Cree, Siksika Nation, Star Blanket Cree Nation, Stoney Nakoda’s Chiniki and Wesley Bands, Story, the Assiniboine and Gros Ventre Tribes of Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of Fort Peck Indian Reservation, the InterTribal Buffalo Council, the Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Confederated Salish, Tsuut’ina Nation, Woodland Cree First Nation, Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation, Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation and Sapotaweyak Nation|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Dr. Leroy Little Bear explains how the Buffalo Treaty came to be.

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