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BC Government: Community healing, resiliency boosted through arts, culture

May 22, 2019 VICTORIA – People throughout British Columbia are experiencing the power of art and culture through projects that received funding from the Community Resilience Through Arts and Culture program. “Arts and culture help lift people up, especially during times of adversity. They are an essential part of our identity and fuel a spirit […]

by ahnationtalk on May 23, 20194 Views

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Royal BC Museum to stop collecting Indigenous remains in reconciliation effort – Globalnews.ca

May 23, 2019 The Royal BC Museum is no longer collecting Indigenous remains, marking another step towards reconciliation with B.C. First Nations. The Victoria-based museum has also announced hundreds of items from its collection will now be available for repatriation, putting them back in the hands of tribes that lost them generations ago. “The Royal […]

by ahnationtalk on May 23, 20192 Views

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Government of Canada announces investment in women’s organizations on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands

From: Status of Women Canada May 21, 2019 – Victoria, British Columbia – Department for Women and Gender Equality Women’s organizations provide vital services in our communities, supporting women and girls to be financially secure, free from violence, and able to fully participate in all aspects of our economy and society. Yet for far too […]

by ahnationtalk on May 21, 201912 Views

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The Witness Blanket, and the Hard Lessons of Treaties – TheTyee.ca

When a museum wanted to display Carey Newman’s work, he set out to redefine the traditional artist-institution relationship. The Witness Blanket weaves together hundreds of donated artifacts — photographs, moccasins, hockey skates, straps used to discipline students, pieces of the buildings, even hair — to tell the story of residential schools. The work is alive, […]

by ahnationtalk on May 17, 201920 Views

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Shíshálh to host ‘Culture Crawl’ for Indigenous Peoples Day – Coast Reporter

May 15, 2019 A three-day Culture Crawl is being planned as part of National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations on the Sunshine Coast. Normally held June 21, the event will run from June 21 to 23 and is being opened up to the general public. Events planned include a summer solstice moonlight paddle, arts and crafts […]

by ahnationtalk on May 16, 201922 Views

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Indigenous court celebrates a year of healing – Prince George Citizen

May 9, 2019 One of the success stories was on hand when the first anniversary of a legal proceeding aimed at reducing the number of indigenous people revolving through the criminal justice system was celebrated on Tuesday. During a midday ceremony, Wesley Mitchell performed a traditional Wet’suwet’en drumming song to give thanks for the launch […]

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 201936 Views

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Burnaby gallery opens up conversation about Indigenous issues – Burnaby Now

May 8, 2019 “How many people know that the art and culture of Indigenous peoples in Canada and in British Columbia are the second most plundered and valuable art objects confiscated and collected by world-class museums, second only to the Egyptian culture?” That sobering question is a point of discussion in an upcoming session at […]

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 201936 Views

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Boots worn on D-Day going on tour – Winnipeg Free Press

Footwear from Métis soldier to make its way to Halifax for 75th-anniversary ceremony Among the thousands of Canadians who stormed the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944, to roll back the tide of fascism was a 19-year-old Métis soldier from Deloraine named Francis Godon. On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the military-issued boots Godon […]

by ahnationtalk on May 9, 201935 Views

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THE GRIZZLIES now on 53 screens across Canada!

THE GRIZZLIES now on 53 screens across Canada! An online link is available for review/interview purposes. Based on a true story, Miranda de Pencier’s The Grizzlies is an inspirational drama about a group of Inuit students in the Arctic where, in 2004, suicide rates were the highest in North America. When rookie teacher Russ Sheppard […]

by pmnationtalk on May 8, 201921 Views

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Hello Cool World founder Katherine ‘Kat’ Dodds receives 2019 BC Community Achievement Award

Hello Cool World founder Katherine ‘Kat’ Dodds receives 2019 BC Community Achievement Award VICTORIA, Territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ, Te’mexw Treaty Association, Lekwungen/Songhees Peoples, May 2, 2019. Katherine Dodds, the legendary founder of Hello Cool World and the social marketing powerhouse behind some of BC and Canada’s most forward thinking impact campaigns, in public health promotion, gender and social justice, and Indigenous solidarity, including the Canadian box office […]

by pmnationtalk on May 3, 201921 Views

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