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VG4A Virtual Walk 2022

In a stroke of amazing good luck, while kicking off the 2022 Virtual Walk and its focus on  the 94 Calls to Action of the Reconciliation Report, we bumped into  Dr. Bird from Royal Roads University.  He was working with a drone operator to make a film about the First Nations Story Pole in Beacon Hill Park.  He treated us to a spontaneous  talk about its history and importance in Kwakiutl culture.  When it eventually decays, he told us, there are plans to lower it, and transport it to near Port Hardy where it will be displayed in its own cultural surroundings.  What a brilliant start to our steps towards reconciliation!  See upcoming events below to join this year's fundraising walk.



Here is a link to 26 one-page stories about sub-Saharan African women and initiatives. Each time you read one, send an e-mail (joantuttle@shaw.ca) saying something about the story that 'proves' that you read it. Each e-mail will get you one ticket in the monthly draw (December to April inclusive) for a valuable prize! Start now. 

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