Set in Stone: The spirits of Stó:lō ancestors are alive in Fraser Valley landmarks

How the Stó:lō people struggle to access and protect the giant rocks that hold the spirits of their ancestors.

‘Our DNA comes from this region’: Reclaimed land opens up Fraser River to Tsawwassen First Nation

Tsawwasssen First Nation reasserts cultural connection to Fraser River by buying a sliver of land – but must settle lawsuits with farmers and neighbouring First Nations before reclaiming more.

Craft beer hop farm in Stó:lō territory slated to be one of Canada’s largest

Seabird Island First Nation finds an untraditional way of making a living from their land – by becoming home to one of the largest hops farms in Canada.

Protecting the park: One First Nation’s fight to preserve its ancestral lands

One First Nation’s fight to protect its ancestral lands: Tsleil-Waututh looks after its traditional territory by co-managing Say Nuth Khaw Yum Provincial Park.

Squamish First Nation’s yearly salmon distribution takes a new form

Why, for the first time in Squamish history, community members are taking their salmon home in cans emblazoned with the Squamish Nation’s crest.

Vancouver’s Indigenous community fight to save native plants at risk

How members of Vancouver’s urban Indigenous community work towards raising awareness and creating spaces for Indigenous plants in a concrete jungle.

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