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1 South Island First Nation chiefs denounce acts of vandalism; Songhees hire security guards
2 Songhees Nation co-owned dispensary officially opens its doors in downtown Victoria
3 Chairwoman of Greater Victoria School Board announces resignation on Twitter
4 Songhees Nation to open two Victoria cannabis stores spring 2021
5 Songhees Nation co-owned cannabis store opens in downtown Victoria – Vancouver Island Free Daily
6 Final Creekside Concerts event a multicultural affair in Oak Bay – Victoria News
7 First cannabis store opens on Songhees Nation, creates economic opportunity says chief – Vancouver Island Free Daily
8 CFL to remember children, families impacted by Canadian residential schools
9 Greater Victoria School District board chair answers Indigenous call to resign – Vancouver Island Free Daily
10 Victoria school board chair resigns over ‘hard truths’ of failing Indigenous learners
11 Songhees Nation secures funding for marine trail tours that will highlight culture, history
12 Songhees teaming up with other nations to remove derelict boats
13 On 4/20, Songhees open 'Crazy Smoke' cannabis outlet
14 Songhees Nation open co-owned cannabis shop in downtown Victoria
15 Indigenous tourism: Songhees Nation plans marine tours that honour its culture
16 Songhees open cannabis shop downtown
17 Comment: We are stronger together only if guided by respect
18 Songhees marine trail celebrates living history of Lekwungen people – Saanich News
19 Victoria approves two cannabis retail outlets for Songhees Nation partnership
20 Songhees Nation to launch marine trail in Victoria to honour culture
21 Canadian First Nation deploys ROV in push for stronger marine protection
22 Songhees First Nation receives funding for 'marine trail'
23 Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations to hold Canoe Protocol, drum circle at Legislature to honour Indigenous children
24 Charla Huber: Chiefs' display of leadership reflects Indigenous values
25 Songhees mother shares her difficult journey through the education system
26 Carved stone pillar found on Victoria beach identified as Indigenous artifact
27 Seed & Stone partners with Songhees Nation to open two new Victoria stores
28 B.C. buys $13M land for Esquimalt and Songhees Nations reconciliation efforts
29 Shoreline cleanup nets 425 tonnes of trash
30 Indigenous tourism: Vancouver Island First Nation plans marine tours that honour its culture
31 Songhees food truck vandalized in downtown Victoria – Saanich News
32 Charla Huber: If you want to be an ally to First Nations, respect their protocols
33 Sacred fire burns at University of Victoria to honour 215 children
34 Oak Bay looks to add Lekwungen place names – Oak Bay News
35 Questions rock Royal B.C. Museum over authenticity of artifact recovered from Victoria beach
36 Carved stone pillar found in Victoria confirmed to be Indigenous artifact | News
37 Victoria statue of Captain Cook pulled down, thrown into harbour
38 Ancestral human remains found near Victoria waterfront
39 Victoria yacht marina on market four years after it was built, as pandemic leaves slips empty
40 Letters June 18: First Nations offer guidance to all; how dense is Greater Victoria's population?
41 Historic object or contemporary carving? Canadian artist claims a totem that washed up on a Victoria beach is actually his work
42 No Canada Day events in Victoria, out of respect for First Nations – Victoria News
43 VIDEO: Indigenous Policing Services partners with Songhees, Esquimalt Nations to provide canoe
44 Saanich considers rolling out food truck pilot program this summer – Saanich News
45 Council approves wolf sculpture for Cattle Point – Victoria News
46 Patti Bacchus: School boards need to go beyond mere Indigenous land acknowledgements
47 Songhees aim for future by forming economic development corporation
48 Province spends $9.4 million on building to house more homeless persons in Victoria
49 BC Cannabis Retailer Opens New Victoria Store
50 Authenticity of carved stone pillar found on Victoria beach under review
51 Charla Huber: Wheelness meets wellness at Songhees
52 Esquimalt Land Purchase Sets Stage For Reconciliation Negotiations
53 Stone carving found on Victoria beach confirmed Indigenous ritual pillar – Vancouver Island Free Daily
54 Songhees Nation and Camosun College celebrate partnership at award ceremony – Victoria News
55 Food trucks and vendors set to return to Victoria's inner harbour this weekend
56 With return of land, Songhees celebrate opening of building
57 UVic holds Sacred Fire ceremony
58 City of Victoria's reconciliation talks to focus on Lekwungen
59 Statue of Captain James Cook dumped into Victoria's Inner Harbour
60 Residents face eviction amid plans to redevelop Songhees land
61 Authenticity of stone carving at Royal B.C. Museum questioned
62 Remembering Staqeya, the lone wolf of Discovery Island
63 The Chatham Islands are not public property
64 Songhees Wellness Centre event immersed in Indigenous cuisine and culture
65 B.C. government puts $9.5 million toward removing more than 100 derelict boats
66 Ancestral human remains discovered near Dallas Road during wastewater-project work
67 Fate of Triple Oaks mobile homes unknown as Songhees First Nation plans housing project
68 Of cultures and communities: a chance to discover who we are
69 Beach fire left unattended sparks Discovery Island blaze – Vancouver Island Free Daily
70 Free transit pass for Indigenous high school students on Songhees and Esquimalt Nations – Victoria News
71 First Nations food truck at Clipper's terminal a win for Songhees
72 Stone pillar found in Victoria confirmed as authentic Indigenous artifact
73 Jack Knox: Storm smashes Songhees walkway landmark back into driftwood
74 A "deeper rooted history" –
75 Points of Progress: India’s Karnataka state outlaws bonded labor, and more
76 Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations open new RV Park
77 Reshaping the Songhees waterfront
78 It doesn't take much to say thank you, Victoria
79 Songhees Nation athletes to compete at indigenous games
80 New doc looks at how West Coast First Nations are coping with pandemic
81 Elias Theodorou Secures Victory for Medical Cannabis in Professional Sport
82 Esquimalt, Songhees First Nations to reap millions for backing CRD sewage plan
83 Vendors set to return to Inner Harbour on Saturday for smaller marketplace
84 Songhees First Nation, Red Barn in grocery deal for Admirals Road
85 Frank Bourree to lead South Island Prosperity Project
86 Songhees Wellness Centre a community success story
87 Comment: The Indigenous economy is about to set sail
88 Victoria And Esquimalt Harbours Contribute $2.9 Billion To Regional Economy Annually
89 'Random' attack killed man, 26, on Songhees reserve
90 Curiosity killed the wolf – and fuelled an anti-hunting petition in Canada
91 Orange shirts were everywhere for Orange Shirt Day
92 Lone wolf eating seal and howling away on Discovery Island
93 No charges in death of man on Songhees reserve
94 Victoria cancels Canada Day events out of respect for First Nations – Cowichan Valley Citizen
95 Trap set for Discovery Island wolf, but Songhees want it left alone
96 Victoria street renaming proposal to have moment of truth this fall – Sooke News Mirror
97 Esquimalt Nation, Royal Roads closer to land agreement
98 This Canada Day, the Best Way to Celebrate Is to Cancel It
99 First Nations market fills Colwood's Royal Beach – Victoria News
100 Songhees youth among those recognized by province for achievement in sport