Tag Archives: Aboriginal

Happy Indigenous Heritage Day — noblethemes

As we rightly remember blessings bestowed We cannot help but remember what is owed; Land we now enjoy once belonged to bands Of people here long before our Euro-throng; So . . . I Give THANKS But Not For CROOKS & BANKS I Am GRATEFUL But Not For The CRUEL & HATEFUL I Have GRATITUDE […]

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Indigenous artist ‘putting Gitxsan people on the map’ in China — Warrior Publications

‘Maybe my art will provide a small glimpse of seeing our people in a … more accurate light’: Angela Sterritt CBC News, August 31, 2016 A Gitxsan artist from British Columbia is among several artists from around the world chosen to create murals at a mountain village resort in China. “To be able to put Gitxsan people on the […]

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Keepers of the Coast -Trailer via Warrior Publications

by Aaron Heidt, Vimeo, June 2016

Keepers of the Coast takes a close look at how the Kitasoo/Xai’Xais, Heiltsuk, Nuxalk, and Wuikinuxv Nations are stewarding our marine territories.
Full length release coming June 30th.

The central coast of British Columbia is one of the most spectacular and biologically rich places left on the planet – where ancient temperate rainforest intertwines with the living Pacific. The Heiltsuk, Kitasoo/Xai’Xais, Nuxalk and Wuikinuxv who have inhabited the central coast for thousands of years have joined forces, forming the Central Coast Indigenous Resource Alliance, otherwise known as CCIRA. Using a combination of traditional knowledge and science, the nations are committed to upholding their indigenous laws and stewarding these marine resources in a manner that sustains their cultures and ensures intact ecosystems, healthy communities and local sustainable economies, now and into the future.

Police HQ Gets a New Life — Price Tags

The former police department HQ at 312 Main St. (at Hastings) is slowly evolving into something unique. This 100,000 sq. ft. 1950’s-era building is owned by the City of Vancouver. Development is led by the VanCity Community Foundation and CoV. Don Alexander in the Tyee traces the people, groups, money and plans — and especially […]

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