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From Wardship to Rights: Colonization & Its Effects

This Lent, you are invited to take part in the next offering of our Being a Good Ancestor series. In this four-part program, we will learning about the history of Indigenous relationships with the government of Canada right in our own back yard, as we look at the story of the Musqueam midden, the golf course on Musqueam reserve land, the Sen̓áḵw development, and the proposed Jericho Lands development.

This program, led by Kerry Baisley and Adam Yates, will be split across two learning sessions on weekday evenings and two Saturday morning field trips. Registration is free and participants are encouraged to attend all of the sessions for the full experience.

  • Session 1: Friday, Feb 23 at 6:30pm at St. Faith’s – in person and online
  • Field Trip 1: Saturday, Feb 24 at 11am – Marpole Midden Walk, meet at Marpole Park at 72nd Ave W and Cartier (Google Maps)
  • Session 2: Thursday, March 14 at 6:30pm at St. Faith’s – in person and online (Zoom Link)
  • Field Trip 2: Saturday, March 16 at 11am – Museum of Vancouver (registration required)

This program is subsidized by the Diocese of New Westminster, St. Faith’s Anglican Church, and St. Hildegard’s Sanctuary. We strive to make each program accessible and affordable for all who wish to participate–any program fees go directly to material costs and honorariums for the artists and elders.

The event is finished.


16 Mar 2024


6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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