六肖中特期期准

Welcome to 六肖中特期期准.COM, the news archive website for our family of Indigenous news publications.

Raven's Eye

BC Raven's Eye logo

Launched in 1997. A news publication specifically designed for the Indigenous people of British Columbia and Yukon.

  • February 22, 2001
  • Troy Hunter, Windspeaker Contributor

Page 12

here are seven communities within the Ktunaxa nation - the Columbia Lake Indian Band, Kutenai Tribe of Idaho, Lower Kootenay Indian Band, Salish/Kootenai/Flathead Indian Reservation, Shuswap Indian Band, St. Mary's Indian Band, and Tobacco Plains Indian Band.

Within the Ktunaxa nation, there are two sub-groups that have been classified as the Lower Kootenay and the Upper鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Troy Hunter, Windspeaker Contributor

Page 12

here are seven communities within the Ktunaxa nation - the Columbia Lake Indian Band, Kutenai Tribe of Idaho, Lower Kootenay Indian Band, Salish/Kootenai/Flathead Indian Reservation, Shuswap Indian Band, St. Mary's Indian Band, and Tobacco Plains Indian Band.

Within the Ktunaxa nation, there are two sub-groups that have been classified as the Lower Kootenay and the Upper鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Writer, BRITISH COLUMBIA

Page 11

A number of celebrations are being planned across British Columbia to commemorate National Aboriginal Day on June 21.

In Bamfield, National Aboriginal Day will see the conclusion of A Journey Home, a fundraising walk from Victoria to Pachena Bay. The event will begin in Victoria June 14, with participants expected to arrive home on June 21.

Events are scheduled to鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Writer, BRITISH COLUMBIA

Page 11

A number of celebrations are being planned across British Columbia to commemorate National Aboriginal Day on June 21.

In Bamfield, National Aboriginal Day will see the conclusion of A Journey Home, a fundraising walk from Victoria to Pachena Bay. The event will begin in Victoria June 14, with participants expected to arrive home on June 21.

Events are scheduled to鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Writer, CAMPBELL RIVER

Page 9

This is the first year Bill Blaney has been involved in the annual BC Elders Gathering, but that hasn't stopped him from getting involved in a big way.

Blaney was named as king of the Elders Gathering 2000 in Campbell River.

"It's an important role, I think, to be representing the Elders as king and queen," Blaney said.

Blaney is also a member of the鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Writer, CAMPBELL RIVER

Page 9

This is the first year Bill Blaney has been involved in the annual BC Elders Gathering, but that hasn't stopped him from getting involved in a big way.

Blaney was named as king of the Elders Gathering 2000 in Campbell River.

"It's an important role, I think, to be representing the Elders as king and queen," Blaney said.

Blaney is also a member of the鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Writer, CAMPBELL RIVER

Page 9

When BC Elders Gathering Queen Irene Wydeness hands over her crown to her successor at the end of this year, it will bring an end to her reign, but not to her busy schedule.

Wydeness began her reign as queen following last year's gathering in Kamloops.

"We went to Kamloops, and we put our bid in to have the gathering in Campbell River. There were other cities that鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Writer, CAMPBELL RIVER

Page 9

When BC Elders Gathering Queen Irene Wydeness hands over her crown to her successor at the end of this year, it will bring an end to her reign, but not to her busy schedule.

Wydeness began her reign as queen following last year's gathering in Kamloops.

"We went to Kamloops, and we put our bid in to have the gathering in Campbell River. There were other cities that鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Writer, CAMPBELL RIVER

Page 8

Everyone attending this year's BC Elders Gathering is sure to enjoy the four full days of entertainment and education planned, and they'll get in a healthy dose of sharing with friends old and new.

The 24th annual gathering will be held in Campbell River in the Strathcona Gardens Arena from July 10 to 13 and is being hosted by the Campbell River and District Golden Age鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Writer, CAMPBELL RIVER

Page 8

Everyone attending this year's BC Elders Gathering is sure to enjoy the four full days of entertainment and education planned, and they'll get in a healthy dose of sharing with friends old and new.

The 24th annual gathering will be held in Campbell River in the Strathcona Gardens Arena from July 10 to 13 and is being hosted by the Campbell River and District Golden Age鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Jennifer Lang, Raven's Eye Writer, GITWINKSIHLKW

Page 7

Thundering applause momentarily drowned out Nisga'a President Joe Gosnell as he told hundreds of celebrants gathered in Gitwinksihlkw that their hard-won final agreement had taken effect, ending more than a century under the Indian Act.

"We are no longer wards of the state. We are no longer wards of the government," Gosnell said, pausing to be heard over the crowd's鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Jennifer Lang, Raven's Eye Writer, GITWINKSIHLKW

Page 7

Thundering applause momentarily drowned out Nisga'a President Joe Gosnell as he told hundreds of celebrants gathered in Gitwinksihlkw that their hard-won final agreement had taken effect, ending more than a century under the Indian Act.

"We are no longer wards of the state. We are no longer wards of the government," Gosnell said, pausing to be heard over the crowd's鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Denise Ambrose, Raven's Eye Writer, ESOWISTA

Page 6

On a chilly, grey morning more than 100 Tla-o-qui-aht members and their supporters gathered at the entrance of Esowista reserve lands to begin their march of protest over the transfer of the Tofino Airport lands to the city's municipal district.

Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation leaders chose May 5 for the protest because that was the day Prime Minister Jean Chretien arrived in鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Denise Ambrose, Raven's Eye Writer, ESOWISTA

Page 6

On a chilly, grey morning more than 100 Tla-o-qui-aht members and their supporters gathered at the entrance of Esowista reserve lands to begin their march of protest over the transfer of the Tofino Airport lands to the city's municipal district.

Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation leaders chose May 5 for the protest because that was the day Prime Minister Jean Chretien arrived in鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • David Wiwchar, Raven's Eye Writer, ALERT BAY

Page 3

When arson destroyed the 'Namgis bighouse in Alert Bay, it burned at the soul of the entire community. And when the spectacular bighouse was recreated and rebuilt in 1998, powerful emotions swept across all Kwakwaka'wakw nations as they celebrated a culture and spirit that could not be destroyed.

From anti-potlatch laws to residential schools to a jilted lover with a torch鈥