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Journeys :: Lianna Spence

Lianna Spence is a young First nations artist, who is constantly challenging herself with different projects, which is leading her in the direction of becoming a Master first nations artist. Read More »

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Journeys :: Matthew Smiley

Matthew Smiley is the Director for the documentary film Highway of Tears. He has been working on the project for the past 3 years and hopes to raise awareness and start important discussions around Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women. Read More »

Journeys :: Glenn Gould

Glen Gould is a award winning first nations actor who is also an extreamly talented musician. He talks about his career and also his new band Donna’s Boy. Read More »

Journeys :: Patrick Lucas : Aboriginal Mountain Biking.

Patrick Lucas is a life long mountain biker who has traveled the globe doing what he loves. He has decided to start the BC aboriginal youth mountain bike project. It is a program designed to get aboriginal youth out on their land to appreciate it in a fun way. But rest assure they take the safety very seriously and train ... Read More »

Journeys :: Janice Grant interview

Janice shares her experience at St Micheal’s residential school in Alert bay, also her experience of witnessing it being torn down. Read More »

Journeys :: Sid Edenshaw

Sid Endenshaw has had an illustrious career in the All Native Basketball Tournament, Edenshaw has been a part of approximately 20 championship teams over in four different decades and he has been named MVP a record seven times in three different divisions, being named Intermediate MVP in 1984, Senior MVP in 1985, 1988, 1989, 1994 and 1998 and taking the ... Read More »

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