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Vancouver, September 29, 2011 – A new program to encourage Aboriginal families in British Columbia to invest in their children’s futures launches today. “We know that an education after high school can help our children follow their dreams and realize their full potential,” says Vanessa Mountain, Program Manager at Hummingbird Aboriginal Student Futures.
This study is about the future, not the past.
David Neel is a Native jewelry designer with over 20 years professional experience. He works with gold, silver, platinum and precious stones to create pieces that reflect the rich cultural heritage of his people, the Kwagiutl of Vancouver Island, Canada.
British Columbia's forestry (woodlot), agriculture, agri-food and agri-products sectors can now access funding under the B.C. Agroforestry Industry Development Initiative (AIDI) to facilitate the development and adoption of agroforestry practices in B.C.
We create comic books on health and social issues for youth. The books we have in stock are listed below. Please note the comics on youth health issues, diabetes prevention, gambling addiction, staying in school and mental health have all sold out. There are no immediate plans to reprint, as we need an anchor order of 10,000 copies in order to get cost effective pricing.