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Ǥa̱lǥa̱poła: Standing Together

In formally declaring the Gwaxdlala/Nalaxdlala area of their traditional territory to be an Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area (IPCA), the Mamalilikulla First Nation has taken a significant step towards realizing its vision of reclaiming and restoring not only the wellbeing of the territory, but of its people. “We feel it necessary to uphold our ancient...
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The Snowball Effect
K’òmoks Guardians are building on their 2015 successes By the time the festive season rolled around at the end of 2015, K’òmoks Watchman Cory Frank had a great deal to celebrate on the work front.…
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Keeping Up the Good Work
Over the summer of 2016, Kwiakah First Nation has continued to work ceaselessly towards one of its key stewardship goals: better science-based management of the environment and species within Phillips Arm and the Phillips watershed.…
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Learning the Ropes
Through a Vancouver Island University (VIU) community-based program, Ha-ma-yas Network Guardians and stewardship staff are learning hands-on skills to take out into the field. “These courses are providing us with incredibly valuable knowledge,” observes Brad…
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