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Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation

VICTORIA – Premier John Horgan joined Moose Hide Campaign officials today to hand out the one millionth moose hide pin, representing one million people standing together to end violence against women and children.
VANCOUVER – Premier John Horgan, MLA for Vancouver-Mount Pleasant Melanie Mark and Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation Scott Fraser have issued the following statement to acknowledge the annual Women’s Memorial March in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside:
VICTORIA – British Columbia and the five Maa-nulth First Nations are strengthening and affirming their treaty partnership through a new government-to-government agreement.
WILLIAMS LAKE – A remote First Nation in south-central British Columbia is helping people reduce their reliance on diesel-generated power and move to clean solar energy, in order to cut greenhouse gas emissions and save money.
VICTORIA – First Nations in northeast British Columbia are benefitting from community-based cook and natural resource industry training that will provide new opportunities for a range of jobs.
VICTORIA – A series of education programs in northeast British Columbia will provide First Nations participants with new pathways for employment and education.
VICTORIA – British Columbia and the Nlaka’pamux Nation Tribal Council (NNTC) have signed an accord that breaks new ground on the government’s key reconciliation priorities.
VICTORIA – Skills training courses offered to members of the Carrier Sekani and Yekooche First Nations are supporting up to 56 Indigenous people to gain the education they need to take advantage of a wide range of jobs in B.C.’s Interior.
VICTORIA – Métis and provincial government representatives gathered in front of the British Columbia Parliament Buildings today to mark Louis Riel Day and celebrate the contribution of Métis people to British Columbia.
VICTORIA – Taking over management of Maquinna Marine Provincial Park has had its rewards and challenges for Ahousaht First Nation.
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