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Mennonite settlers arrive in Vanderhoof, BC in 1918

Mennonite Settlement Near Vanderhoof, BC in 1918

Excerpts from the Personal Diary of Peter Neufeld and author J.V.Neufeld’s 1980 essay, Reflections, The Mennonite Settlement Near Vanderhoof in the Nechako Valley British...
Nechako Creative Communities Collective

Nechako Creative Communities Collective Annual Report

Nechako Creative Communities Collective The Nechako Creative Communities Collective provided a report on 2017 activities and 2018 plans during the Nechako Healthy Community Alliance AGM...
The Saik’uz First Nation, the Nechako Creative Communities Collective and the Good Neighbours Committee are excited to present the Theatre for Living šxʷʔam̓ət (home) forum theatre production on February 3, 2018 at the Saik’uz Multiplex. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. with showtime at 7:30 p.m.

We’re Different…. And that’s OK – Theatre for Living February 3

Theatre for Living šxʷʔam̓ət (home) Forum Theatre This cold Saturday morning, cup of coffee in hand, blanket on lap, started on Facebook gathering information to...
How, and why, should I be involved with reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians?

Theatre for Living šxʷʔam̓ət (home) Forum Theatre – Coming Soon!

The Saik’uz First Nation, the Nechako Creative Communities Collective and the Good Neighbours Committee are excited to present the Theatre for Living šxʷʔam̓ət (home)...
Saik'uz First Nation Elder and Lejac Residential School survivor Veronique George

Saik’uz First Nation Elder biography – Veronique George

Saik'uz Elder Veronique George Saik'uz First Nation resident Deborah Page spoke of her grandmother, Veronique George at the Good Neighbours Committee Mural unveiling in November...

‘ilhoh uztoodelh – Walking Together

Vanderhoof's Newest Mural Themed ‘ilhoh uztoodelh – Walking Together, Vanderhoof's newest mural (November 2017) was a collaborative project between Saik'uz First Nation elders and the Vanderhoof, BC...
15 books set in Vanderhoof, BC

Must Read Local Books – Vanderhoof, BC and Saik’uz

Think you know Vanderhoof, B.C.?  Think again! Pick up copies of these local books and explore Vanderhoof, B.C. and Saik'uz history, read about local heroes...
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