Join us Wednesday October 28th for an evening of entertainment, education, inspiration. Tickets Tonight
Join us for a weekend of Chinook Wawa. Professor Jay Powell will be teaching the trade language used up and down the coast of BC. You can register at firstname.lastname@example.org or at eventbrite
Join us September 26th – 27th for a Chinook Wawa weekend with Jay Powell and Sam Sullivan.
Food, art, architecture, music, traditional medicine, carving and an opportunity for paddling. Gain insights into aboriginal cultures and learn a few words in Chinook Wawa, the trade language spoken throughout British Columbia. Join us from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturday, June 27 at the Creekside Community Center in the Olympic Village. For more […]
Since 2012, the Global Civic Policy Society has, in co-operation with the Vancouver Archives, been photographing and transcribing the original hand-written records from the first Vancouver City Council meetings. The very first meeting was May 26, 1886. You can see our photos here and our transcript of the minutes here. We’ve completed photographed all the […]
Food, art, architecture, music, traditional medicine, carving and an opportunity for paddling. Gain insights into aboriginal cultures and learn a few words in Chinook Wawa, the trade language spoken throughout British Columbia Saturday,June 27, 2015 at the Creekside Community Center in Vancouver Chinook Wawa was spoken by thousands of Aboriginal and non-aboriginal people from California […]
The final speakers to join us on Thursday April 23rd are: Jay DeMerit the former Captain of the Whitecaps Gary Stephen Ross whose presentation is called “Watch Your Language” Tickets can be purchased online at TicketsTonight
Come and hear from these amazing speakers. Ned Bell – Chefs for Oceans Adrian Glynn – Musician & Songwriter JJ Lee – Writer Jonathan Tippett – Artist & Mechanical Engineer Carolyn Tuckwell – Boys and Girls Club Etienne van Eck – Nelson Mandela’s Bodyguard and others….
Join us on Thursday April 23rd for the Next Public Salon at the Vancouver Playhouse. We are thrilled to announce that Executive Chef, Ned Bell, of the Four Seasons and Founder of Chefs for Oceans will be speaking. Tickets are available at Tickets Tonight.