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Indigenous food, culture added to culinary program – The Daily Courier

Feb 20, 2019 A pilot project to incorporate Indigenous practices and knowledge into Okanagan College’s chef training program is being launched. The Culinary and Pastry Arts department at OC will host an information session about the pilot program Thursday at 5 p.m. in Infusions Restaurant. Advance registration is not necessary. Attendees will hear from OC’s […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 20199 Views

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Communities coming together for Reconciliation – Kairos

Feb. 19th, 2019 On June 9th, 2018, Vancouver Monthly Meeting gathered with the Vancouver Unitarian community on unceded Musqueam and Coast Salish territory in a beautiful intergenerational Blanket Exercise. The Blanket Exercise is a teaching tool developed by KAIROS, an ecumenical network of ten churches (including Canadian Yearly Meeting) focused on ecological justice and human […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 201912 Views

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UBC Mountain Film Festival uses the appeal of winter sports to revamp climate change narratives – Ubyssey Online

Feb. 20, 2019 UBC Mountain Festival, a film series co-hosted by The Environmental Sciences Students’ Association (ESSA), UBC Varsity Outdoor Club (VOC), UBC Ski & Board Club, and UBC Surf Club brings the topic of skiing and snowboarding with climate change, relationship to place, and Indigenous sovereignty to life. The event started as an idea […]

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Prospective workers outweigh protesters, claims pipeline company rep – CBC

‘Local first’ hiring plan draws job seekers to LNG networking events Feb 20, 2019 The company behind a controversial gas pipeline project in Northern B.C. says, despite high profile opposition, the project has the support of many local workers. Coastal GasLink has been holding a series of job fairs and networking events this year in northern towns and Indigenous […]

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BC provincial budget funds nearly $1 billion for climate action – National Observer

February 19th 2019 B.C.’s Finance Minister Carole James says that there are two large risks to her three-year financial plan. One of them is the possibility of a global economic slowdown, while the other is the risk of not having enough people in B.C. to fill all of the available jobs. But she says her […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 201910 Views

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Indigenous people should be exempt from vacancy tax – Prince George Citizen

February 19, 2019 I received a form letter dated Feb. 5 from Steven Emery, administrator, Speculation and Vacancy Tax, requiring all property owners in the taxable regions to complete a declaration. The tax is designed to ensure that foreign owners and satellite families are fairly contributing to B.C.’s tax system. I have written to the […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 201913 Views

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History in the Making: B.C. Promises CA$3 Billion in Allocations to First Nations over 25 Years – Casino Reports

February 20, 2019 British Columbia Government issued its 2019 budget for the province and extensive information on it is now available for anyone interested in the details around it. There are many improvements coming with the new budget, among them, being the First Nations support that has been anticipated for quite a while now. British […]

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BC First Nation says when the gas industry returns, it will be ready – APTN News

February 19, 2019 As the LNG Canada project ramps up to produce fracked natural gas from the Fort St. John area in northeastern British Columbia, the community of Fort Nelson First Nation (FNFN) just 4 hours away, holds onto hope that industry will eventually come back for their gas. “One day someone will return and […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 201912 Views

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Great Bear Rainforest Hits a Screen Big Enough to Fit Its Grandeur – TheTyee.ca

In Ian McAllister’s nature masterpiece, human inhabitants star, too. The day before I caught the Victoria premiere screening of a new IMAX film on the Great Bear Rainforest, a rather barbed tweet caught my eye. “I made it official folks so can you please stop calling Haíɫzaqv territory ‘untouched’ now.” The tweet’s author, Haíɫzaqv (Heiltsuk) […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 201911 Views

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An uneasy alliance: Indigenous Traditional Knowledge enriches western science – The Conversation

An article I published last year in The Conversation and republished in Smithsonian Magazine about Indigenous Traditional Knowledge and western science touched a nerve among some readers. My article discussed examples of Indigenous peoples having detailed knowledge of animal behaviour, coastal ecology and historical events that have only recently been “discovered” or verified by western […]

by ahnationtalk on February 19, 20198 Views

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