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1 Western redcedars suitable for large canoes, totem poles are in short supply, say researchers
2 Article Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl)
3 Sacred Journey exhibits rich history of Indigenous canoe culture
4 Army of Kwakwaka'wakw doulas are bring birthing traditions back
5 CMHR to reopen Tuesday with Witness Blanket, Artivism exhibits
6 Gone for over a century, a 'special' piece of Kwakwaka'wakw history is returning home
7 Floating concert series in Victoria raises money for Indigenous legal counsel
8 Canadian Indigenous flag sales soar at Vancouver flag shop
9 Shop the Show: Artist Beau Dick’s Carved Masks Blend Traditional Kwakwaka’wakw Techniques With Pop Culture Influences
10 Museum at Campbell River first stop for Sacred Journeys exhibit – Campbell River Mirror
11 On this Canadian flag, salmon and orca swim
12 Sisiyutl house plank coming home to Kwakwaka'wakw territory after 127 years away – BC Local News
13 Almost 100 years after being seized and sold, a Kwakwaka’wakw sun mask returns to B.C.
14 Carver Cole Speck is mastering his art using cultural teachings
15 Family wants trail-blazing grandmother's carving contributions to receive more recognition
16 Coast Chronicles: Water world of humpback whales and the Kwakwaka'wakw People
17 Victoria vigil honours Indigenous children buried at Kamloops residential school – Vancouver Island Free Daily
18 Human Rights Museum Reopening to Vaccinated Visitors
19 Kwakwaka'wakw carver's world view loud in clear in new book
20 Kwakwaka’wakw hereditary chiefs stand with Gold River-area First Nation in road use battle with logging company
21 Has the British Museum finally found its voice?
22 Wilson-Raybould stirs passions by invoking Kwakwaka'wakw law
23 Wrapping our families in love: bringing healing home for Kwakwaka’wakw families of MMIWG
24 U'mista cultural centre celebrates 40 years with online launch of new exhibit
25 Residential school survivor finds forever homes for shoes, stuffies left at vigil for Kamloops children
26 An anthropology pioneer’s complicated legacy about a Native Canadian tribe
27 This Week in History, 1921: Mass arrests at Kwakwaka'wakw potlatch took place Christmas Day
28 ‘The Story Box: Franz Boas, George Hunt and the Making of Anthropology’ Review: People Persons
29 Museum at Alert Bay is unlike any other
30 Tapping into the healing power of Indigenous art | Watch News Videos Online
31 Tips From the Potlatch, Where Giving Knows No Slump (Published 2008)
32 Graphic novel aims to educate K-12 learners on residential school history
33 Kwakwa̱ka̱'wakw and Wet'suwet'en women launch artists collective – Haida Gwaii Observer
34 Questions arise after decapitated sea lion found upon BC shore – Vancouver Island Free Daily
35 Island Kwakwaka'wakw dancers perform on international stage – BC Local News
36 Stz'uminus First Nation artist helps design new goalie mask for Canucks
37 Eat or Be Eaten: The Anticapitalist, Anticolonialist Art of Beau Dick
38 New Indigenous leadership role at UVic
39 Kwakwaka’wakw families march in Port Hardy in honour of MMIWG
40 Penn's Timothy Powell: Forging Partnerships to Promote Native Languages, Culture | Penn Today
41 Arts review of 2020: Susan Mansfield and Duncan Macmillan on the year in visual art
42 Feast hosted for Jody Wilson-Raybould on Vancouver Island
43 Collaborating artist and model say they will no longer work with Vancouver fashion designer
44 Q & A on Indigenous political ecology
45 Return of Vancouver Island elk a boon for Kwakwaka'wakw First Nation
46 Spend Thanksgiving experiencing Native art around Seattle
47 B.C. museum returns Indigenous poles in spirit of repatriation
48 Nuxalk's Kelly Robinson among six BC Indigenous artists recognized with Fulmer Award – Coast Mountain News
49 In the Land of the Headhunters: B.C.'s first feature film celebrates 100 years
50 The Campbell River District Chamber of Commerce gets new logo
51 New documentary a legacy for Kwakwaka’wakw artist Beau Dick
52 Helicopter science doesn’t work—environmental justice comes from empowered communities
53 Refurbished pole raised at Mungo Martin House
54 Beau Dick's revolutionary works featured at Audain Art Museum
55 Nawalakw Healing Society and Culture Project: Embarking on a Journey of Cultural and Language Revitalization
56 Reconciliation in post-secondary education requires courage and humility
57 Indigenous scholars struggle to be heard in the mainstream. Here's how journal editors and reviewers can help
58 Bill Holm, a giant of Native Northwest Coast art, dies at 95
59 Leisure in a Cultural Context | News | Vancouver Island University | Canada
60 Two totem poles to come down at Victoria's Thunderbird Park – Victoria News
61 PHOTOS: Totem pole comes down in Victoria's Thunderbird Park – Saanich News
62 Indigenous B.C. artist creates COVID-19 mask in Northwest Coast style
63 Shop the Show: See How Artist Volker Hüller Fills His New Paintings of Birds With a Spirit of Hope
64 Renowned B.C. Indigenous artist Beau Dick has died
65 Indigenous Artist Series
66 Inspiration for Seahawks logo visits Seattle with assist from Patriots fan
67 Indigenous song keepers reveal traditional ecological knowledge in music
68 Mother of 6-year-old daughter brutally murdered 3 decades ago, begins to break her silence
69 Protesters vow to continue B.C. fish farm protest amid court action
70 Fish farms and the push to save jobs and wild salmon stocks in BC
71 ‘In the Land of the Head Hunters,’ a Recreated Artifact of Ancient Ways
72 Orange Shirt Day 2020 at UVic
73 New mural brings vibrant Coast Salish art to UVic's Student Union Building –
74 Braden Holtby’s new goalie mask comes from a Stz’uminus artist with a long history in mask design
75 A voice for the voiceless: Introducing UVic's Associate Vice-President Indigenous Qwul'sih'yah'maht Robina Thomas
76 Celebrated B.C. artist Beau Dick has died
77 Stories of cultural resilience in the art of Northwest coastal and Alaska Native people seen in new book
78 Indigenous leader Bob Chamberlin seeks federal NDP nomination in B.C. riding
79 Generations stand tall in totem pole's rebirth
80 The Box of Treasures: Gifts from the Supernatural celebrates cultural legacy
81 17 Indigenous Clothing Brands
82 North Island College Artist Talk Series kicks off with Sonny Assu – BC Local News
83 Barb Cranmer—T'ɬakwagilogwa 'Copper Woman': Remembering a cultural leader – North Island Gazette
84 B.C. increases funding to help repatriate precious Indigenous treasures
85 The American Museum of the Alive and Well
86 Raising of historic Haida pole comes with apology from B.C. premier
87 How one museum is repatriating Indigenous belongings
88 Remembering Mulidzas–Curtis Wilson – Campbell River Mirror
89 13 totally terrific totem pole facts | Explore | Awesome Activities & Fun Facts
90 Jack Knox: In Lillian Hunt, the Island lost a builder of bridges
91 Power, Protest and Pictographs
92 For each of the Burke Museum's 18000000+ artifacts, there's a story that helps us understand our world a little better
93 When is cultural appropriation OK? Never, say some Native Americans
94 NFL ditches 1-helmet policy paving way for Seahawks throwback uniforms
95 Historical ban on potlatch ceremony has lingering effects for Indigenous women, author says
96 A Family Sailing Adventure in British Columbia
97 Kwakwaka'wakw chief Bill Wilson says experience counts in Assembly of First Nations election
98 Three history-making exhibitions of Indigenous art and culture open in B.C.
99 Policy & Ethics Why Anthropology Matters
100 Artist Corrine Hunt surmounts adversity with humour