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Paawats

Paawats himwitsa…

  • In February 2006, the Huu-ay-aht Elders (Nananiiqsu), parents and children started meeting to plan a language nest program.
  • With funding obtained by Denny Durocher, the community hosted an 8 week language nest pilot project that was facilitated by Nancy Logan. 
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Education

New Community Engagement Sessions start in February

The new round of Community Engagement Sessions is going to start the third week of February. The rebranding process, new legislation, the proposed LNG project for Sarita Bay and upcoming jobs and training within the Nation are the main topics to be discussed. 132 more words

Huu-ay-aht

Port Alberni officials ban kitesurfing from popular pier

WATCH: Port Alberni officials have banned kite-boarding from a popular pier, saying it’s a danger to both the boarders and others. But as Kylie Stanton reports, kite-boarders say the closure is completely unjustified. 201 more words

News

Canada's Racism Problem

We Canadians love talking about how great we are as we look down on our neighbours to the south, but it makes me sick to think of the racism I tolerated and actively participated in while growing up in Port Alberni and since then. 71 more words

Canada

Port Alberni and THE DONUT SHOP

Port Alberni is a town found though the giant trees and a deep port on Vancouver Island. Let me start by stating my main purpose for being here in Port Alberni: the donuts. 151 more words

Photography

Vancouver Island - Scenery along the way 高山湖泊草原小镇

从Nanaimo一路向西,沿途景色美不胜收,高山湖泊草原小镇,处处一片祥和宁静,脚步也随之放慢。。。

Cameron Lake

Sprout Lake

路上景色。。。

Coombs

途中经过的小镇Coombs, 因为在屋顶上养山羊而闻名遐迩。

Port Alberni

又一个群山环抱的美丽小镇。

Parksville

在Parksville刚好遇上一年一度的加拿大沙雕公开赛~~参赛者只能用沙和水,在3天内(共24小时)把沙雕完成。每个人的沙的容量是一样多的,一定要全部用完,不能多也不能少。 15 more words

My Journey 一步一脚印

Vancouver Island ultramarathoner first rescue of 2015

What was meant to be a “short” 35-kilometre run for Vancouver Island ultramarathoner Allison Tai turned into the first rescue mission of 2015 for the Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre, RCMP and local search-and-rescue volunteers. 389 more words

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