Ha-Shilth-Sa

Monday, April 14, 2014

A pair of totem poles will soon grace the entrance to Vancouver Island University’s Shq’apthut building, a gathering place used for cultural events and feasts. It is the indigenous space at VIU, a home away from home for aboriginal students.

The carving will be carried out by well-known artists representing three Vancouver Island tribal groups: Coast Salish,...

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