Nola discusses the resultant triggering & healing processes from the discovery of unmarked gravesites across Canada.
Nola discusses the healing & understanding process from the discovery of unmarked gravesites across Canada.
All Points West with Kathryn Marlow - June 17th Interview with Nola Jeffrey, ED Tsow-Tun Le Lum Society Residential Substance Abuse Center
All Points West with Kathryn Marlow - June 17th Interview with Nola Jeffrey, ED Tsow-Tun Le Lum Society Residential Substance Abuse Center. Nola discusses the Tsow-Tun Le Lum healing centre moving to a new facility in Cowichan.
Tsow Tun Le Lum has created a GoFundMe page (https://gofund.me/e4ac26bb) and we invite each of you to share this link with your family, friends, community and your network. Tsow Tun Le Lum is moving in 2022 to the Cowichan Valley and is in need of raising funds to cover the remaining cost of the building materials.
In this podcast I have the pleasure of digitally meeting & chatting with Kelly Edzerza-Bapty. Kelly is one of the premier Indigenous business leaders in Canada. She is an Architect and Industrial Designer based in Golden, BC, and the second Indigenous and first Tahltan woman in the province to achieve the AIBC designation.
Systemic Racism against Indigenous Communities - A conversation with Adam Olsen - MLA Saanich North & the Islands
- Adam & John Juricic discuss the recently released Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond report on this subject
- we discuss business & organizational strategies to address this issue in the workplace
An introductory conversation with Tchadas Leo - Producer of the “Our Native Land” podcast with CHEK TV
We get introduced to Tchadas Leo, we chat about his background & learn why he started the "Our Native Land" podcast with CHEK TV.
A conversation with Mavis Underwood from the Tsawout Nation about the pre-meeting Territorial Acknowledgement
Mavis Underwood is a teacher, elder, advocate, spiritual leader and community representative from the Peninsula based Tsawout Nation. Our discussion specific to the Territorial Acknowledgement was captivating and compelling.
A conversation with Songhees Development Corporation CEO Christina Clarke about the pre-meeting Territorial Acknowledgement
Christina Clarke, CEO of the Songhees Development Corporation, has been a strong leader and remarkable advocate for developing Industry and First Nations employment related relationships. The discussion specific to the Territorial Acknowledgement has become the proverbial bridge by which we begin meaningful reconciliation, building trust & long-term relationships.