17 December 2018
Signposts and Promises: Canada and the Alaska Highway by Julie Harris and Frank B. Edwards is finally printed and available locally through the Fort St. John North Peace Museum and local bookstores in northeastern BC and Alaska. Order information will be posted here soon (I hope). The book looks great due to the efforts of Page Two Strategies and some excellent photographers, including Richard Hartmier, Chris Gale and Minnie Clarke. Here are some sample pages (PDF) – Signposts Sample Pages.
Carleton University Heritage Conservation Symposium is a one-day event run by graduate students in the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies. The event aims to bring together interdisciplinary perspectives in a critical discussion on heritage and conservation related issues. The theme of this year’s symposium is Dynamic & Migrating Landscapes: Re-visioning Heritage Conservation. For further information and registration click here.
Founded in early 2016, the Indigenous Heritage Circle (IHC) is an Indigenous-designed and -led cultural heritage organization dedicated to the advancement of Indigenous heritage for Métis, Inuit and First Nations caretakers, communities, nations and organizations. Through multiple channels for dialogue and learning, it aims to provide a trusted and inclusive space for sharing information, ideas and issues related to Indigenous cultural places, landscapes, narratives, languages, practices, legal traditions, protocols and collections.
IHC directors are consulting with Indigenous people across Canada to understand how the organization can become a lasting, sustainable legacy that will transform expectations about cultural heritage in Canada by making Métis, Inuit and First Nations views heard and addressed in all related issues and decisions.
Our next event is being held at the Musqueam Cultural Centre on Thursday, May 11 at 9:30 am. There is no cost but all participants must register. Please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation.