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May 2016 – Volume 12, Issue 5                       Online edition here

Tla'amin-UBC partnership

Self-governance requires a lot of planning work so Tla’amin Nation recently hosted two Masters students from the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) at the University of BC to assist during the lead-up to treaty effective date in early April.

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ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
› Road tolls loom at Halalt
 
This is a Good story!
Our cover story this month is about two sisters from Snuneymuxw who honour their parents' legacy with a  new clothing business. Sophia and Aunalee launched Ay Lelum: The Good House of Design featuring the Coast Salish art of their father William Good and the fabric sensibility of their mother Sandra Moorhouse-Good.
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Sex… there, we said it

Cheyenne Hood of Tsleil-Waututh Nation recently launched the Passing the Feather sex education program to help broach a difficult subject for most families.

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A gift from the sun
Pipeline at Snaw-naw-as
Homes 'wash-up at T'oq
More tenants at big malls

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