Category Archives: Advocacy

Economic Development Wrokshop

Economic Development Workshop Elected officials are invited to attend a FREE one-day workshop on June 16 to learn more about regional economic development models and implications for the Basin-Boundary Region. This event explores economic development models and best practice approaches … Continue reading

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Export Navigator Information Session – Trail

Export Navigator Information Session Learn more about an exciting new pilot program that supports Kootenay Boundary businesses! In partnership with CFDC, Trail and District Chamber of Commerce and KAST the LCIC is hosting an Export Navigator Information Session, 12:00pm-1:00pm on … Continue reading

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Apologies over cultural appropriation debate ‘insufficient’: Indigenous scholar

Apologies over cultural appropriation debate ‘insufficient’: Indigenous scholar Marsha Lederman The Globe and Mail (includes correction), Published Tuesday, May 16, 2017 11:04AM EDT Aaron Mills was grateful to be invited to deliver a Walrus Talk in Surrey, B.C., on Monday … Continue reading

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Kalein Hospice Centre

UPCOMING PROGRAMS AND EVENT Living with Stroke – Fridays, March 17 – May 5 – 10:00 am – 12:00 pm The program focus is on stroke survivors who have been home from the hospital for a few months and are … Continue reading

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The Gweagal shield

The Gweagal shield and the fight to change the British Museum’s attitude to seized artefacts The Guardian, Paul Daley, Sept 2016 Almost 250 years ago, Captain James Cook and his men shot Rodney Kelly’s ancestor, the Gweagal warrior Cooman, stole … Continue reading

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Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook

A remarkable life Annie Pootoogook’s detailed, colourful work helped lead to a profound shift in what Inuit art could be Robert Everett-Green AND Gloria Galloway The Globe and Mail Last updated: Saturday, Oct. 01, 2016 8:29AM EDT In a 2006 … Continue reading

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Is Bandcamp the Holy Grail of Online Record Stores?

Is Bandcamp the Holy Grail of Online Record Stores? New York Times By BEN RATLIFFAUG. 19, 2016 A lesser-known artist you love makes a new recording — say, the hip-hop group Clipping or the Chicago punk band Mace or the … Continue reading

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