Indigenous signage aims to make BC legislature more inclusive, accepting

Times Colonist

British Columbia’s legislature, described as the province’s symbol of colonialism, now has a series of Indigenous language signs with seven messages about ancestors, warriors, settlers and children permanently bolted to the building’s stone sidewalk perimeter. Messages written in the Lekwungen Indigenous language and English were unveiled Wednesday at an outdoor ceremony at the 125-year-old building, attended by Indigenous leaders, Premier David Eby and members of the New Democrat, BC United, Green and Conservative parties. Read more…

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