Jerome Turner

Jerome Turner covers national and provincial issues with a focus on First Nations. Born and raised in Hazelton, B.C., he is of Gitxsan and Swedish descent. He is a graduate of Langara College’s journalism program, which included a focus on political science and Aboriginal studies.

Video report from Unist'ot'en camp, January 21, 2020
Jerome Turner
January 21, 2020
‘That basically is genocide in itself’: Video from the pipeline standoff on Wet’suwet’en territory
Jerome Turner
January 20, 2020
In the path of the RCMP: An interview with Sabina Dennis
Jerome Turner
January 19, 2020
Unist’ot’en: No sign of RCMP tactical units in Burns Lake
January 18, 2020
Crossing the RCMP checkpoint on Wet'suwet'en territory
Jerome Turner
January 17, 2020
Exoneration and reconciliation
Tsilhqot’in apology must come with recognition of real history of colonialism
Jerome Turner
March 26, 2018
Trudeau missed an opportunity with Langevin Block renaming
Jerome Turner
June 27, 2017
B.C. Election 2017
B.C. mega-bridge project ignores the rights of local First Nation
Jerome Turner
May 2, 2017
battle for Peace Valley
Indigenous ties to the land fuel opposition to BC Hydro’s Site C dam
Jerome Turner
March 3, 2016
Colonialism and law
Indigenous court provides a solution to overrepresentation in Canadian justice system
Jerome Turner
January 16, 2016
Truth and Reconciliation
Reconciliation requires a big name change in the Parliamentary Precinct
Jerome Turner
August 24, 2015
How the Heiltsuk First Nation battled the DFO to save the fish — for all of us
Jerome Turner
May 1, 2015
Land Defence
Six months after Mount Polley waste spill, First Nation takes the lead on mining regulation
Jerome Turner
February 4, 2015
Pipeline threat to Nisga’a burial ground sparks grassroots opposition
Jerome Turner
November 20, 2014
Could you imagine going two months without clean water?
Jerome Turner
October 2, 2014