First Nation Stakes Claim To NS Elvers

Ben Hamill - April 08, 2021

First Nation treaty rights are again under the spotlight following a recent Nova Scotia incident involving federal fishing authorities and Sipekne’katik fishermen’s right to fish for a modern livelihood. Officers a little over...Read More

Indigenous Tribe Turns Solar Into Success

Ben Hamill - December 11, 2019

The members of a small BC First Nations community are “doing it for themselves”. Members of the Yunesit’in community just to the west of Williams Lake in the region of Chilcotin, BC, have set in motion the making...Read More

Ex-Chief To Face Court In Illegal Gambling Charges

Ben Hamill - July 07, 2019

The former Sheshatsiu Innu First Nation’s chief accused of various wrongdoings all related to the running of an illegal gambling den is due to appear back in the Happy Valley Goose Bay court on November 26, on which date his trial w...Read More

2019 Canadian Gaming Summit A Huge Success

Ben Hamill - June 27, 2019

The 2019 Canadian Gaming Summit, which was hosted in Edmonton, has officially drawn to a close and the time has come to reflect on the various recognitions made in favour of the various role-players driving the industry forward in a succe...Read More

BC & First Nations to Split Gaming Earnings

Ben Hamill - December 03, 2018

The government of British Columbia has pledged to share their provincial gaming revenues – and more of the power to boot – with indigenous First Nations communities within their borders. All BC First Nations tribes will thus ...Read More