CFN-GBI urge the Senate to pass Bill C-48 and permanently ban large oil tankers in the Pacific North Coast.
Coastal leaders tell Senators that opponents of Bill C-48 should move on and focus instead on helping to create a sustainable economy.
Marilyn Slett, CFN-GBI President and Chief Councillor for the Heiltsuk Nation, urges politicians to pass Bill C-48 to permanently ban large oil tankers in our territories.
Coastal Shellfish, a bustling First Nations-owned aquaculture facility in Prince Rupert, may produce loads of fresh, tasty Great Bear Scallops, but the positive spin-offs from this operation go far deeper.
The second First Nations’ National Guardians Gathering in Vancouver provides a platform for learning from each other and an opportunity to elevate guardian interests nationwide.
GBR Essential Oils has launched a new e-commerce site that allows consumers to purchase these products online and have them shipped right to their home.
CFN-GBI and partners in the Oceans RFA create integrated plans that aim to improve emergency response capabilities throughout the North and Central Coast and Haida Gwaii.
Skidegate Band Council and participants throughout Haida Gwaii issue a good-natured challenge to other coastal communities to clean up their shorelines this Earth Day.
Province, March 14, 2019 Critics of legislation banning oil tanker traffic on Canada’s northwest coast like to argue that coastal First Nations communities are anti-development and against job creation,…