Rail transport companies need to detail what is being hauled through Canadian communities, chief says
A First Nations Chief says the tragic train accident in Lac-Mégantic, Que. is a wake-up call for all Canadians to ask what is being hauled through their communities.
Randy Boswell, Postmedia News
A groundbreaking genetic study led by a team of U.S. and Canadian anthropologists has traced a direct DNA link between the 5,500-year-old remains of an aboriginal woman found on a British Columbia island, a second set of ancient female bones from a nearby 2,500-year-old site and — most stunningly — a living Tsimshian woman from the Metlakatla First Nation, located close to both of the prehistoric burials along B.C.’s North Coast near the city of Prince Rupert.