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Recent Releases from More Than Idle No More

Walking with First Nations as a Voice for Wild Salmon

Published Fri, 8 Feb 2013 07:27:47 EST Read More

Media Release Feb. 8, 2013, On the Road to Victoria B.C. - Hereditary chief Beau Dick and his family have invited acclaimed salmon spokesperson Alexandra Morton to join their journey from Alert Bay to Victoria. The trek will culminate with a copper-cutting ceremony on the steps of the B.C. Legislature on Sunday, February 10th. The broken copper is slated for display at the B.C. Royal Museum. “I have asked Alexandra, who our people call Gwayum’dzi, to walk with us ...... Click here to read this release

More Than Idle No More: March from Alert Bay to Victoria, BC

Published Fri, 1 Feb 2013 07:10:46 EST Read More

Media Advisory More Than Idle No More Join hereditary Chief Beau Dick on his march from Alert Bay to Victoria, B.C. In the spirit of cultural preservation, Beau Dick and his family will embark on a journey from their home on the northern tip of Vancouver Island to the Legislature building of B.C. in Victoria. There, a copper cutting ceremony will take place, symbolically breaking the chains that bind us, freeing our hands so that we may create a ...... Click here to read this release