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BC Sports Hall Of Fame comes alive with immersive digital Indigenous gallery

BC Sports Hall Of Fame comes alive with immersive digital Indigenous gallery

The facility’s sprawling Indigenous Sport Gallery can now be experienced at home through immersive online features and virtual reality
Squamish Nation celebrates opening of 'safe place' supportive housing

Squamish Nation celebrates opening of 'safe place' supportive housing

The 55-unit Estítkw place aims to return Squamish Nation members to the safety and security of home
Indigenous universities and colleges to receive $6M in annual government funding

Indigenous universities and colleges to receive $6M in annual government funding

New legislation from the B.C. government will bring funding to First Nations educational institutions
'Chill' marmot takes up residence in busy North Vancouver neighbourhood

'Chill' marmot takes up residence in busy North Vancouver neighbourhood

Neighbours of beloved 'Morty' the marmot hope to protect the friendly rodent from local pets.
Planned completion for Trans Mountain pipeline another blow for Tsleil-Waututh Nation

Planned completion for Trans Mountain pipeline another blow for Tsleil-Waututh Nation

The Nation’s Sacred Trust Initiative has rallied against the controversial pipeline project for more than a decade
Woman held captive in North Vancouver woods details experience 30 years on

Woman held captive in North Vancouver woods details experience 30 years on

In the Stand Up Eight podcast, Lenore Rattray tells the story of her abduction and imprisonment by killer David Snow in 1992.
Pussy Riot at The Polygon: Landmark exhibition documents a decade of political action

Pussy Riot at The Polygon: Landmark exhibition documents a decade of political action

Activist and Pussy Riot member Maria Alyokhina brings Velvet Terrorism to North Vancouver.
Construction begins on new Vancouver Art Gallery, featuring traditional Coast Salish design

Construction begins on new Vancouver Art Gallery, featuring traditional Coast Salish design

The entire exterior of the new building will incorporate traditional weaving methods designed by Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Musqueam artists
Capilano University introduces new reconciliation framework

Capilano University introduces new reconciliation framework

Living document Chén̓chenstway will be adapted and changed over time as the university progresses on its journey of reconciliation
Census data provides unprecedented insight into Squamish Nation community

Census data provides unprecedented insight into Squamish Nation community

The annually collated data will be used to track the evolution of the Squamish Nation’s viewpoints on housing, education, health and culture
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