The Metropolis invitations the general public to attend the digital launch of W.E. Join, an engagement course of that may assist information future redevelopment of the West Finish Group Hub, the location that features the West Finish Group Centre, King George Secondary College, Joe Fortes Library, and different vital services.
Reconciliation is on the coronary heart of this course of, and the Metropolis invitations the neighborhood to listen to tales which have outlined this land for millennia at our on-line launch occasion, W.E. Join: Coast Salish Chronicles of the West Finish, on Tuesday, September 21 from 7-9 pm. To register, go to shapeyourcity.ca/weconnect.
On the occasion, the general public will hear and be taught from native Indigenous artists and Data Holders together with:
Chrystal Sparrow: xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), artist, carver
Aaron Nelson-Moody: Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) Data Holder and carver
Gabriel George: səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), Data Holder
Contributors can have the chance to replicate on the tales’ key concepts and assist create a imaginative and prescient for the renewed West Finish Group Hub. They will additionally share their very own experiences of the neighbourhood, individuals and land, by way of the net West Finish Experiences survey or in individual by attending greater than 10 themed neighborhood workshops in September and October.
This session will inform a sequence of surveys and workshops happening early 2022, which can assist develop a draft plan of the popular choice to the neighborhood for suggestions.
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