Review: A Buffy Sainte-Marie experience

Above: Photo via By contributor Chantelle Spicer With a career that began in the 1960s, Buffy Sainte-Marie is the most celebrated Indigenous artist in North America, with both Canada and the US claiming her as one of their beloved own—especially Canada as she has been banned from the air by two US Presidents. She … Continued

The road so far: Overview of VIU’s reconciliation efforts

Above: Three totem poles stand tall outside Shq’apthut, VIU’s Aboriginal Gathering Place. Photo via By News Editor Aislinn Cottell Built on the traditional land of the Snuneymuxw First Nations band, VIU’s relationship with the Aboriginal people of Vancouver Island has always been a core value. However, since the Truth and Reconciliation Committee’s report in 2015, … Continued

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