SCBC released the following statement in the words of SCBC’s Cultural Voice KQwa'st’not (charlene george)
Today is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two Spirit people (MMIWG2S). Our hearts are with all the families who have not yet seen justice for their lost loved ones.
A Pathway Together invites you into a relationship from an intercultural lens that reimagines what a future pathway could be. This toolkit will help to bridge the gaps that have divided the mainstream environmental movement from Indigenous and diverse populations.
This invitation is an opportunity to learn through the deeply felt words of a W̱SÁNEĆ steward, researcher, teacher and grandmother. Her conversations offer an insight into land stewardship, the critical need for environmental restoration, teaching youth about conservation, and being reminded of the multi-valued interconnected ecosystem.
A new report on reducing community climate risks through forest protection and a paradigm shift in forest management.
Letter addressed to Dr. Bonnie Henry urges B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer to prioritize the health of Wet’suwet’en peoples and respect their ask to shut down work camps due to increasing COVID-19 concerns.