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Press Release: Taking a stance against the Danger Cats, who profit from jokes about the mass murder of Indigenous women.

2024-05-23T04:36:21+00:00

May 22, 2024 Comox Valley, BC For Immediate Release: Message from K’ómoks First Nation: taking a stance against the Danger Cats, who profit from jokes about the mass murder of Indigenous women. It has come to our attention that the Albertan group Danger Cats is scheduled to perform at an undisclosed venue in Comox on May 30. We are deeply offended by the actions and content promoted by Danger Cats, including their offensive material and merchandise that make light of the monstrous crimes committed by Robert Pickton against Indigenous women and other women who were his victims. In the spirit of [...]

Press Release: Taking a stance against the Danger Cats, who profit from jokes about the mass murder of Indigenous women.2024-05-23T04:36:21+00:00

Press Release: B.C. enforcing the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act on K’ómoks Reserve

2024-02-14T23:14:51+00:00

February 14, 2024 Comox Valley, BC For Immediate Release: B.C. enforcing the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act on K’ómoks Reserve The Province has moved forward with their next phase of enforcing the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act (CCLA). While they previously focused on off-reserve cannabis shops not compliant with the Act, as of late 2023, they are now prioritizing stores on First Nations lands across the province. Last month, the Province’s Community Safety Unit (CSU) visited the unregulated cannabis businesses on our Reserve. They shared educational materials about the CCLA and how to these businesses can become compliant with Section 119 [...]

Press Release: B.C. enforcing the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act on K’ómoks Reserve2024-02-14T23:14:51+00:00

Press Release: Action4Canada is not welcome in K’ómoks Territory. Events that promote hate, division, and racism have no place in our community

2023-10-26T20:34:14+00:00

October 26, 2023 Comox Valley, BC FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Action4Canada is not welcome in K’ómoks Territory. Events that promote hate, division, and racism have no place in our community. K’ómoks First Nation stands firmly against any form of racism, hate, and discrimination within our community. It has come to our attention that two events featuring Ms. Tanya Gaw and her organization, Action4Canada, are raising significant concerns. One event is scheduled at the Bay Community Church in Comox tonight on October 26, and another at Living Waters Fellowship Church in Black Creek on October 27. We vehemently denounce any actions that perpetuate [...]

Press Release: Action4Canada is not welcome in K’ómoks Territory. Events that promote hate, division, and racism have no place in our community2023-10-26T20:34:14+00:00

Soil remediation presents challenges and opportunities for Kus-kus-sum restoration in Courtenay

2023-10-17T17:34:50+00:00

Soil remediation presents challenges and opportunities for Kus-kus-sum restoration in Courtenay By Madeline Dunnett Chek News October 12, 2023

Soil remediation presents challenges and opportunities for Kus-kus-sum restoration in Courtenay2023-10-17T17:34:50+00:00
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