Si’ye’ya: to Witness, to Acknowledge

 by Jessica Humphries (AYIP Year 10 Intern) and Bradley Dick (AYIP Program Coordinator) (Bradley is the BCPSA Aboriginal Youth Internship Program Coordinator and celebrates his Lkwungen, Mamalilikulla, Ditidaht, and Scottish heritage.) * Originally Posted to the Aboriginal Youth Internship Program (AYIP) Site * Ey’skway’chul si’em  nu’shawla’kwa, Ey’skway’chul  si’em nuschala’cha, namekwa ti’e skway’chul tsa Lkwungen tung’exw. […]

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Witnessing : A Reflection on the Metis Relationship Accord Signing

Last Wednesday, I had the honor to attend the signing of the Metis Nation Relationship Accord, between the British Columbia Government and the Metis Nation of British. I was privileged to witness this opportunity through current role in the Aboriginal Youth Internship Program. As a Metis woman I think a lot about how we cultivate […]

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