Judith Sayers is the former elected chief of the Hupacsath First Nation, and an assistant professor of law and business at UVic. She is the National Aboriginal Economic Development Chair.
Reporting beat: First Nations, Law, Politics
Stories by Judith Sayers
First Nations are owed so much more, and he will soon find that out.
Government failed to consult despite clear past rulings, but pipeline not dead yet.
Their ballots could sway the election, but some won't be participating. Here's why.
TRC lays bare the dark legacy of residential schools. Will those in power be compelled to act?
Renewables: not at all a 'boutique' sector. Click image to view map.
Once the lifeblood of Heiltsuk diets, herring now reduced to a rare 'treat.'
Ancestors can now rest in peace on Grace Islet. But will this solution work for other sites?
Grace Islet dispute is harbinger of many more, unless BC makes changes.
Five new realities that alter how development can proceed.
Is the Assembly of First Nations with its national chief part of the problem or solution?
'Xeni decision' casts doubt on provincial authority over First Nations land dealings.