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September

Truth and Reconciliation
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 2022

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is on September 30, 2022. It is a day of public awareness and commemoration of the tragic and painful history of residential schools in Canada. This day is also meant to bring about education of the rich cultural traditions of Indigenous Peoples across
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Vancouver International Film Festival

The  Vancouver International Film Festival showcases exceptional cinema from around the globe, live performances, and other unique events. Check out the line-up on their website! Vancouver International Film Festival When: September 29- October 9, 2022 Time: Various times Location: Various locations around Vancouver Website: https://viff.org/

Storytelling, Songs, & Crafts with Lisa Lewis

Join Lisa Lewis, a Squamish Nation author, as she reads her book Tsunaxen’s Journey and teaches traditional Squamish songs and crafts. Storytelling, Songs and Crafts with Lisa Lewis When: Friday, September 30, 2022 Time: 11:00am Where: West Vancouver Memorial Library Address:1950 Marine Drive, West Vancouver Website: www.discoverevent.com

Intergenerational March at UBC

Join UBC’s Applied Science and Land and Food Systems for an educational and supportive intergeneration march to commemorate Orange Shirt Day and the painful legacy of Residential Schools. Educational activities will allow younger participants to connect with the original inhabitants of the land. Intergenerational March When: Friday, September 30, 2022
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Flag Raising for Truth and Reconciliation

Join the Semiahmoo Nation for a flag raising, a walk and a hockey game to commemorate National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.  The flag raising begins at 10am at White Rock City Hall, followed by a walk honouring the survivors and those lost to Residential Schools. The walk begins at
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Indigenous Pop Up Market

Celebrate Indigenous artists and purchase authentic wares. More details to come. Indigenous Pop Up Market When: Friday, September 30, 2022 Time: 9am-9pm Where: Vancouver Art Gallery  

Every Child

Wear your orange shirt and honour the survivors of Residential Schools. This FREE event features education, community connection, a free BBQ, rap battles, crafts, giveaways and a bouncy castle for children. Every Child When: Friday, September 30, 2022 Time: 12:00pm-5:00pm Where: Oppenheimer Park Address: 400 Powell Street, Vancouver

Maan Farms Haunted Maze
Maan Farms Haunted Halloween

Are you ready for the scariest corn maze in Canada?! Choose from four different adventures with different elements of fear: a decrepit AirBnB cabin in the woods, a hooded haunt (where you place a hood over your head before entering!), a corn maze with white-knuckle scares and heart-pounding fear, and
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Pages and Pajamas: A Cozy Night of Storytelling

If having authors and illustrators of some of your favourite bedtime stories read to you, then this is the perfect FREE event!  Put on your pajamas and mosey over to Christianne’s Lyceum for an evening of bedtime stories read by authors and illustrators. Tasty treats will be included, and there
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ʔəm̓i ce:p xʷiwəl :Come Toward the Fire

A partnership between The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts and Musqueam, this 2-day family-friendly event celebrates Indigenous creativity, culture and community. Saturday kciks off the festival with FREE family-friendly programming. There will be Indigenous vendors, food trucks, community presenters, film screenings, and cultural performances and workshops. Entrance to the
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