In this special series funded by a Tyee Fellowship for Solutions Reporting, award winning writer Sandra Shields reports on how Aboriginals and non-natives are working out new relationships -- and grappling with old injustices -- in classrooms, timber forests, and negotiating rooms of the Fraser Valley. Tyee Fellowships for Investigative and Solutions-oriented Reporting are supported by donations from Tyee readers and are intended to support independent journalism to educate the public about critical issues facing British Columbia. If you are interested in making a tax-deductible donation, please go here.
In This Series
A 'new relationship' perhaps, but Stó:lō frustrations are mounting. Last in a series.
In 1867, the BC government reduced Stó:lō reserves by 92 per cent without Stó:lō consent. Justice today?
Reconciling with First Nations begins in the classroom.
In new timber deals, what are First Nations really getting? Third in a series.
Seeking reconciliation with BC's First Nations. First in a series.
You made possible Sandra Shields' hopeful look at the 'New Relationship' in her community.