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1 Songhees Nation continues road of innovation, healing, success – Saanich News
2 Vancouver Island First Nation chiefs decry recent vandalism, racism in the capital region
3 Chairwoman of Greater Victoria School Board announces resignation on Twitter
4 Final Creekside Concerts event a multicultural affair in Oak Bay – Victoria News
5 Thousands gather at BC legislature to honour Indigenous children who passed away in residential schools
6 Songhees marine trail celebrates living history of Lekwungen people – Saanich News
7 Outdoor dance-theatre shows to inhabit Greater Victoria parks, natural areas – Vancouver Island Free Daily
8 Comment: We are stronger together only if guided by respect
9 Charla Huber: If you want to be an ally to First Nations, respect their protocols
10 Oak Bay sets aside $27,000 for Indigenous art at muncipal hall
11 Maritime Museum moving to temporary location next to conference centre
12 Oak Bay looks to add Lekwungen place names – Oak Bay News
13 Indigenous tourism: Songhees Nation plans marine tours that honour its culture
14 Songhees Nation secures funding for marine trail tours that will highlight culture, history
15 Historic object or contemporary carving? Canadian artist claims a totem that washed up on a Victoria beach is actually his work
16 Oak Bay Marine Group unveiled as winning proponent for waterfront redevelopment – Victoria News
17 Canadian museum's ancient carving is one I made earlier, says local artist
18 Maritime Museum Moving to Expanded Space Next to Victoria Conference Centre
19 Songhees Nation to launch marine trail in Victoria to honour culture
20 Songhees First Nation receives funding for 'marine trail'
21 Carved stone pillar found on B.C. beach identified as Indigenous artifact
22 13th annual One Wave Gathering on Lekwungen territory celebrates blend of cultures – Victoria News
23 Victoria postpones Canada Day plans in light of residential school deaths
24 City of Victoria's reconciliation talks to focus on Lekwungen
25 Canada city cancels national day celebration after mass grave discovery
26 Comment: Take the time to learn proper pronunciation of Indigenous names
27 Songhees Nation co-owned dispensary officially opens its doors in downtown Victoria
28 Waterway theatre display seeks plays, actors for 2021 SKAMpede in Victoria – Monday Magazine
29 Of cultures and communities: a chance to discover who we are
30 More Canada Day festivities cancelled in B.C. following residential school discovery
31 Our home on stolen land
32 Use of Lekwungen place names on new signs 'meaningful': First Nations
33 Letters March 2: Beacon Hill destruction; Clover Point debacle; pay-parking debate
34 Songhees open cannabis shop downtown
35 On 4/20, Songhees open 'Crazy Smoke' cannabis outlet
36 Comment: Community concerns mount over the future of Oak Bay marina
37 Red paint splattered on statue of Queen Victoria at B.C. legislature
38 Dialogue vital when searching for Mid-East peace
39 Art, resistance, hope converge in LAND BACK exhibition
40 New James Bay library branch given Lekwungen name
41 Songhees Nation and Camosun College celebrate partnership at award ceremony – Victoria News
42 Hundreds gather on Canada Day to honour residential school victims
43 Greater Victoria School District postpones budget vote following protests
44 Indigenous Food Sovereignty initiatives supported by grant- IndigiNews
45 Authenticity of stone carving at Royal B.C. Museum questioned
46 Interactive web page delves into stories of the Victoria breakwater mural – Saanich News
47 Ancestral human remains found at Victoria construction site – Victoria News
48 Calls to cancel Canada Day after graves found: ‘Indigenous people paid with their lives’
49 Songhees Nation open co-owned cannabis shop in downtown Victoria
50 My unexpected new role: BLM organizer
51 Victoria approves two cannabis retail outlets for Songhees Nation partnership
52 Monique Keiran: Douglas's 'perfect Eden' of camas a food crop for First Nations
53 Local Coast Salish artist sees his work displayed in Downtown Victoria – Victoria News
54 Ancestral human remains discovered near Dallas Road during wastewater-project work
55 A coastal field school on Tl'ches
56 Victoria artists remove ACAB from mural, add new message
57 Esquimalt First Nation claims land, water
58 Stone pillar found in Victoria confirmed as authentic Indigenous artifact
59 New interactive map highlights First Nations languages, artwork and cultural heritage
60 Calls to 'Cancel Canada Day' Are Gaining Steam Across the Country
61 It doesn't take much to say thank you, Victoria
62 BC Cannabis Retailer Opens New Victoria Store
63 How to watch Canada Day 2021 on CBC
64 Canadian First Nation deploys ROV in push for stronger marine protection
65 Stone carving found on Victoria beach confirmed Indigenous ritual pillar – Vancouver Island Free Daily
66 Coastal Oakscapes
67 A "deeper rooted history" –
68 Letter: Don’t destroy public property for political reasons
69 Questions rock Royal BC Museum over authenticity of artifact recovered from Victoria beach – Chilliwack Progress
70 Hotel site covered once-rich clam beds
71 Orange Shirt Day 2020 at UVic
72 Virtual Canada Day celebrations planned in Ottawa for second straight July 1
73 B.C. First Nations leaders worry U.N. Indigenous rights bill may be in trouble
74 Q & A on Indigenous political ecology
75 New mural brings vibrant Coast Salish art to UVic's Student Union Building –
76 Groundbreaking held for new elementary and middle schools in Langford
77 Local community hamper programs address food security and food waste
78 Around Town: Teaming up for First Nations food
79 Canada day celebrations up for debate
80 Coast Salish mural curriculum confronts climate crisis with place-based learning – Victoria News
81 Songhees Nation co-owned cannabis store opens in downtown Victoria – Vancouver Island Free Daily
82 Community Support Map –
83 Ceremony welcomes Indigenous faculty members
84 Laurel Point Park renamed for former Victoria mayor
85 Fighting for the future: The faces of Fairy Creek | Ricochet
86 Local First Nations languages explored in new museum exhibit
87 Queen Victoria statue at BC legislature vandalized Friday – Abbotsford News
88 School totem pole celebrates community and culture
89 Jack Knox: First Nations language revival walks the talk
90 Top Five Facts About the History of Our Campus – MyUVic Life
91 Victoria Indigenous art gallery transforms in name only – Saanich News
92 Victoria to rename Laurel Point Park | CTV News
93 Animikii Raises $1M to Scale Social Impact through Indigenous Technology
94 Grants aim to replenish threatened Indigenous food systems in B.C.
95 First cannabis store opens on Songhees Nation, creates economic opportunity says chief – Vancouver Island Free Daily
96 Names chosen for two new schools in Langford
97 Greater Victoria residents invited to blessing of Indigenous mural celebrating solidarity
98 Why Victoria is a Canadian city like no other
99 Human remains discovery a reminder of BC Indigenous culture dug up and displaced – Surrey Now-Leader
100 BEST OF THE CITY: Enjoy a self-guided tour of Oak Bay’s First Nations monuments