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Atomic Models and Coast Salish Design Elements

Guest Blog by Aliisa Sarte.

Aliisa has taught in various Science settings. Her current role is teaching Sciences at Port Moody Secondary School in SD43. Aliisa has collaborated with Marina Mehai and SD43 Aboriginal Education department to explore ways of expressing learning in her chemistry unit.  373 more words

Finding Ourselves in Plant Medicine - Carrielynn Victor, Guest Blogger

Some of us grow up with plant medicines in our homes, and some of us grow up without. Much like many aspects of our multifaceted Indigenous cultures, the methods for harvest, preparation, and sharing have been integral for our people’s survival for countless generations. 1,076 more words

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Creating Our Future: Visioning a Sustainable, Compassionate World

On Sunday, February 4th, I spoke at Creating Our Future, organized by UVIC Multifaith services.

It was a great group of panelists, and I was grateful to meet some lovely people. 73 more words


SKEDANS haida gwaii

The Haida village known as Skedans, or to be correct, in Haida would be K’uuna Llnagaay, is a National Historic Site of Canada and is located within the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve as part of remote Archipelago of Islands called Haida Gwaii (translation – People of Haida – in Haida language) formerly known as Queen Charlotte Islands. 489 more words


NDP Leadership Race, Diana Day Byelection, BCNDP balks at $15 Wage, Reconcile Port Moody

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From the Desks of Leslie Tepper, Chief Janice George, and Buddy Joseph

Leslie H. Tepper is the curator of Western ethnology at the Canadian Museum of History. She is the author of Earthline and Morning Star: Nlaka’pamux Clothing Traditions… 571 more words

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Artist of the moment...........Kelly Cannell

Kelly Cannell is a contemporary First Nations artist from Canada. Her mother is my favorite of the contemporary First Nations artists, Susan Point. Kelly Cannell was born in the year 1982. 163 more words