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Author: Reynolds, Lily Canan
Date created: 2015-12-17
This video is part of the Simon Fraser University Woodward’s Office of Community Engagement (SFU Vancity Office of Community Engagement) series of public talks and accessible education opportunities.
Author: Coulthard, Glen
Date created: 2011-11-16
Author: Dyer, Sioned
Date created: 2020-12-08
Author: Xue, Nancy
Date created: 2021-07-09
Author: Laboucan-Massimo, Melina , Author: SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement
Date created: 2016-11-23
Panelists:Honorary Witness Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, City of VancouverRev. Mary Fontaine, Hummingbird MinistriesHonorary Witness David Wong, Architect, Community Activist and WriterDoug White, Director, Centre for Pre‐Confederation Treaties and Reconciliation, Vancouver Island UniversityJody Wilson-Raybould, Regional Chief, B.C. Assembly of First Nations Linda Morris, Senior Vice President, Business Development, Member and Community Engagement, VancityHonourary Witness Robbie WaismanTogether we recognize and celebrate our diverse histories and unique strengths in attempt to find a New Way Forward for Aboriginal peoples and all Canadians.
Author: SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement, Author: Robertson, Gregor, Author: Fontaine, Mary, Author: Wong, David, Author: White, Doug, Author: Wilson-Raybould, Jody, Author: Morris, Linda, Author: Waisman, Robbie
Date created: 2015-06-02
Video recording of talk and panel discussion of A Subtle Revoltuion: What Lies Ahead for Indigenous Rights?
Author: Lightfoot, Sheryl, Author: Phillip, Stewart , Author: Settee, Priscilla, Author: Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark, Heidi, Author: Yacaaʔał George, Rachel
Date created: 2017-09-13
Khelsilem is Squamish and Kwakwa̱ka̱'wakw raised in North Vancouver, British Columbia. As the Squamish Nation Councillor, his lifelong work has been focused on governance, Indigenous languages, and dreams of progressive social change.He has served on various committees, including: Governance, Finance & Audit, Human Resources, and Housing Authority Development. He has strived to create good governance practices that enhance transparency, accountability, and ethical governing standards to benefit the Nation's members. Resources— Sen̓áḵw Development: https://senakw.com/— Squamish Nation: https://www.squamish.net/ — Kwi Awt Stelmexw: https://www.kwiawtstelmexw.com/ — Khelsilem's linktree: https://linktr.ee/khelsilem — Indigenous Languages Program at SFU: https://www.sfu.ca/inlp/programs.html
Author: Khelsilem, Author: Johal, Am, Author: Melissa Roach, Author: Paige Smith, Author: Kathy Feng, Author: Alyha Bardi
Date created: 2021-08-31
Scott has 30 years plus of advocacy, from Canada's most impoverished/oppressed postal code, the downtown east side of Vancouver through to municipal, provincial, federal and international levels. He currently is the executive director and founding director of Aboriginal Life In Vancouver Enhancement (ALIVE) society. Resources: Aboriginal Live in Vancouver Enhancement Society (ALIVE): https://alivesociety.ca/ ALIVE Report: Our Place, Our Home, Our Vision: Youth Voices of East Vancouver: https://alivesociety.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/alive-youth-policy-report-V02.pdf
Author: ALIVE: Scott Clark, Author: Johal, Am, Author: Melissa Roach, Author: Paige Smith, Author: Kathy Feng, Author: Alyha Bardi, Author: Steve Tornes