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Immediately Remove Central Walbran Valley from the Provincial Tree Farm Licensing System

Please sign and share the petition.
Stay tuned for more updates on the community engagement around this campaign. 
 

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National Energy Board Hearings Happening Now


What: Support Tsawout and Tsartlip First Nations leaders making presentations of Indigenous oral testimony as intervenors at the NEB re-consideration hearings
Where: Delta Ocean Pointe Hotel, outside the NEB hearings
When: Wednesday, November, 28th 10:30am-1pm

The NEB is back at it again. After the federal government's previous approval for the TransMountain pipeline and tanker expansion was quashed by the federal court of appeal for not discharging their constitutional duty to properly and respectfully consult First Nations and to protect the federally protected endangered southern resident orcas from the impacts of tanker traffic, the courts ordered the government restart the consultation process. 

The NEB "re-consideration" hearings on the TransMountain expansion for indigenous community presenters will take place in Victoria from Monday November 25th to Thursday November 29th. at the Delta Ocean Pointe Hotel.

The link pasted below gives the schedule as well a link to how to access live-stream.
https://www.neb-one.gc.ca/prtcptn/hrng/hrngnfrmtnsssn-eng.html

Observers are not going to be permitted into the hearings which is for presenters only in a very small room, but a supportive presence outside is being welcomed by some of the Indigenous leadership

Two local nations will be presenting at the NEB on Wednesday 28th: Tsawout First Nation at 9 am to 11 am and Tsartlip from 12:30 to 2:30 pm.

Tsartlip Chief Don Tom has asked that community members gather to support the local nations taking a strong stand asserting Title and rights and the connection to land and water and marine traditional food resources since time immemorial, at risk from the TransMountain project. 
  Although the general public is not allowed into these closed door proceedings, please join outside with signs, orcas and in the spirit of solidarity. 

Rise and Resist Action on Dec 3rd

COP 24, the annual UN Climate Change conference, kicks off in Poland on December 3rd. Yet our leaders continue to buy pipelines, subsidize fracking, and destroy rainforests – ignoring the severity of the climate crisis.

In response, we’re planning to march onto to the Johnson street bridge to block traffic for a two minute moment of silence to acknowledge the depth of the climate emergency. We’ll gather in Centennial Square at 5:30 on Monday Dec 3rd, then march to the Johnson Street bridge together. Once our moment of silence is over, the group will march back to Centennial Square.
 

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/591025727995637/

One Last Chance: Tell Senators to Protect Your Rights

Before the sun rose on Saturday morning, Justin Trudeau’s Liberals had passed a new law forcing Canada Post employees back to work. Let’s be clear: this isn’t just an attack on postal workers – it’s an attack on everyone’s fundamental rights.

This evening, the senate is voting on the same bill. If it passes, it will be become law on Tuesday.

Can you email your senators right now, telling them to vote against this attack on labour rights?

The right to strike has been upheld by courts across the land, including the Supreme Court. When Stephen Harper’s Conservatives forced postal workers back to work in 2011, we fought it and we won – but it took four years.

The right to strike is fundamental to the rights and quality of life we enjoy today. From maternity leave to pension, from the minimum wage to the eight-hour day, so much of what we take for granted has been won by striking workers.

With one more click, you can call them and tell them to stop this assault on workers rights.

There’s a lot at stake for us. 7,000 postal workers have been injured on the job since negotiations began a year ago. We’re fighting for pay equity, postal banking and for a vision of Canada Post for the 21st century.

In just takes a few minutes to send a message. Please stand with us at this crucial moment.

In solidarity,
Mike Palecek, National President, Canadian Union of Postal Workers 

Final Countdown to Proportional Electoral Reform

Elections BC just extended the deadline for the referendum on proportional representation (Pro Rep) to December 7th, which means we’ve got an extra 7 days to make sure Pro Rep supporters cast their ballots.

If you can volunteer, there is one more Leadnow Phone Bank at the Dock Monday Nov 26th at 6pm that some Rise and Resisters will be at! Let’s win this thing!

You can also share the these videos targeted to younger voters on your social networks...
BC Pro Rep wins if young British Columbians VOTE!  #SMASHTHATVOTE
BC Pro Rep - Easy Entertaining Breakdown of the 3 PR Options

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Don't worry if you've never used Postspeaker - it's easy and it only takes a minute. Here's what to do:

  1. Sign up for PostSpeaker by clicking here
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It is probably too late to mail in your ballot so you should return ballots in person to a BC Service Center.

These locations are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

There are some conditions under which a voter can apply for a replacement package between November 24 and December 7:
  • if they lost or damaged the voting package they received,
  • if they made a mistake on their ballot or certification envelope before sending it in,
  • if their name is incorrect or misspelled on their certification envelope (e.g. former surname), or
  • if they applied for a voting package from Elections BC before midnight on November 23 and they haven’t received it.
To apply for a replacement package, call 1-800-661-8683 or visit a Referendum Service Office or Service BC Centre (locations are listed at elections.bc.ca/rso). 100% of the profits (not including vendors' market) will go to Tsawout's legal claim.
 

The Future of Co-operative Housing - Town Hall Meeting

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
1 Centennial Square, Victoria
Victoria City Hall

Hosted by Jeremy Loveday - Victoria City Councillor & CRD Director & Ben Isitt - City Councillor and Regional Director

What role can the co-operative housing model play in the expansion of nonmarket housing in Victoria and the Capital Region? What benefits do co-ops offer over rental housing and private housing? What partnership are happening in BC and beyond to expand access to co-op housing and help build inclusive communities?

It's been decades since new co-op housing has been built in the City of Victoria and the Capital Region. We now have an opportunity through federal, provincial, regional and municipal funding and partnerships to create a resurgence of co-op housing and extend the benefits of this model to people in the city and region.

Join us for this Town Hall meeting on November 28 and learn more about the co-operative housing model and the role it can play in expanding housing affordability!

Sponsored by the City of Victoria, the Capital Regional District, the Co-operative Housing Federation of BC & Neighbourhoods United For Fairness

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2868865346472605/

As you may know, workers at Victoria International Airport have been fighting for a decent contract for over a year now. For years they have endured low wages and unreasonably high workloads resulting from understaffing. 

Over the last year, they have organized themselves and began a fight for a significant improvement in their working standards. Unfortunately, their employer, Compass, has not gotten that message, nor has YYJ Airport, that has insisted it has no responsibility in this labour dispute.  As a way to get the workers message to the Airport Authority, we have put together this online petition, which we ask you to sign, and to forward to any internal lists you are able to send this out to.

You can reach the petition here: 
https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/stop-treating-yyj-airport-food-service-workers-like-second-class-workers

 Ultimately, the support of our community, labour, and elected allies is something that YYJ cannot ignore. Please take a moment to sign and forward this petition.  

Rally for Victoria tourism workers

Tuesday, November 27, 2018
4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
146 Kingston Street, Victoria, BC
Outside the Coast Harbourside Hotel

Hosted by Unite Here! Local 40

Tourism is booming in Victoria but tourism workers are struggling.

Coast Hotels should be leading the way! Instead...
• Workers are living paycheck to paycheck
• Housekeepers’ workload is too much
• No one can afford to retire
• Coast Hotel takes our tips!

Join us at a rally outside the Coast Harbourside where housekeepers and tourism workers demand our fair share!

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/321136635283763/

 

The Heart of Cultural Appropriation

Tuesday, November 27, 2018
5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
380 Cook St, Victoria, BC
“Cook Street Village Activity Center” - Unceded Territory of the Lekwungen First Peoples

Hosted by Heart to Heart - Indigenous Relations Consultation & Indigenous Solidarity Working Group

$20 before November 2nd > $25 before November 26th > $35 at the door

Doors Open 5:30pm / Doors Close 6:00pm / No Entry After 6:15pm

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/553697808404077/

 

RAN Monthly Meeting & Worker's Wednesday Social

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
#5 - 560 Johnson St, Victoria
Green Cuisine Vegetarian Restaurant

Hosted by Retail Action Network

Come join us for our general meeting, social & open house, hosted by the Retail Action Network!

5:00pm-6:00pm - Drop-in Open House
Drop-in to learn a bit about the Retail Action Network, and how you can get involved!
6:30pm-8:00pm - General Meeting & Social

We will cover a round of soup for attendees. Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase.

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/709966936030835/

 

Queer Peers Presents: lgbtq2+ History and Liberation

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
735 Broughton Street, Victoria
Greater Victoria Public Library

Hosted by Queer Peers

The Queer Peers youth collective, run out of AIDS Vancouver Island, is excited to present the first of a 6 part workshop series for queer and allied youth 12-25 in our community.

November’s workshop will focus on exploring the relationships between queer community and the police, the war on drugs and poverty as well as the influence of queer history on current events. We hope to dig in critically to some of the current issues in queer community such as police participation in Pride.

The workshop will be taking place at the Central Library branch in downtown Victoria. We will be meeting in the second floor meeting room (Meeting room 2). To get to the room either go up the stairs (to the left, just inside the main entrance) and turn around on the landing at the top - you will be facing the elevator. The room will be to the left and just behind the elevator. If you get the elevator up it is a right-turn and then an immediate right-turn again.

Bus tickets and snacks will be provided.

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/553004235123003/

 

The Future of Co-operative Housing - Town Hall Meeting

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
1 Centennial Square, Victoria
Victoria City Hall

Hosted by Jeremy Loveday - Victoria City Councillor & CRD Director & Ben Isitt - City Councillor and Regional Director

What role can the co-operative housing model play in the expansion of nonmarket housing in Victoria and the Capital Region? What benefits do co-ops offer over rental housing and private housing? What partnership are happening in BC and beyond to expand access to co-op housing and help build inclusive communities?

It's been decades since new co-op housing has been built in the City of Victoria and the Capital Region. We now have an opportunity through federal, provincial, regional and municipal funding and partnerships to create a resurgence of co-op housing and extend the benefits of this model to people in the city and region.

Join us for this Town Hall meeting on November 28 and learn more about the co-operative housing model and the role it can play in expanding housing affordability!

Sponsored by the City of Victoria, the Capital Regional District, the Co-operative Housing Federation of BC & Neighbourhoods United For Fairness

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2868865346472605/

 

Saanich Climate Plan
public workshop no. 1

Thursday, November 29, 2018
3:00 PM to 8:00 PM
4100 Lambrick Way, Victoria
Gordon Head Rec Centre

Hosted by District of Saanich

Help shape the updated Saanich Climate Plan!

This free event includes an open house drop-in and interactive workshops on mitigation (reducing our climate impact) and adaptation (responding to a changing climate). You can register for the workshops in advance, and there may be drop-in spots available. Light refreshments will be provided.

Find out more information and how to register:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/saanich-climate-plan-public-workshop-nov-29th-tickets-51555832884

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/324404594808440/

 

Ancient Forest Alliance Year-End Celebration & Fundraiser!

Thursday, November 29, 2018
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
1415 Broad Street, Victoria
Victoria Event Centre

Hosted by Ancient Forest Alliance & Victoria Event Centre

Join us Thursday, November 29, at the Victoria Event Centre for the Ancient Forest Alliance's year-end celebration to honour our 9th year of operation and the amazing community that has helped us get to where we are today!

Enjoy some appetizers, drinks, and socializing with AFA volunteers, staff, donors, and supporters! The night will feature a fun and informative slideshow presented by the AFA's TJ Watt and Andrea Inness followed by a silent auction fundraiser. This is also a great chance to pick up Christmas gifts like our 2019 calendar. Come join us for a drink, relax, and have some fun!

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1920660948000145/

 

BCSEA Victoria Chapter AGM 2018 featuring Jeremy Loveday

Thursday, November 29, 2018
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
103-300 Gorge Road W, Victoria
Gorgeous Coffee

Hosted by BC Sustainable Energy Association: Victoria Chapter

The BCSEA Victoria Chapter invites you to its Annual General Meeting and social!

Join us on Thursday, November 29th at 7:00pm, at Gorgeous Coffee, 103, 300 Gorge Rd W, Victoria for a night of informative speakers, and thoughtful, inspiring conversation! And we will elect a new Steering Committee for 2019.

Our keynote speaker will be newly re-elected Victoria Councillor Jeremy Loveday speaking on Victoria’s efforts to improve energy efficiency in housing and buildings. And Jess Dawe, Energy & Climate Action Manager for Victoria will tell us about the city’s new Climate Leadership Plan.

And finally you can help our chapter through the next year by participating in our silent auction! Bring a donation of something useful or interesting that you no longer want yourself, bid on items that others bring or both! (Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you plan to bring something.)

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/353818578524675/

 

Fundraising film screening in support of Heiltsuk vs. Canada

Thursday, November 29, 2018
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
246 Ingram St., Duncan
Duncan United Church

Hosted by Raven People Rising & RAVEN Trust

The Nathan E. Stewart sank: but the Heiltsuk are rising.

Stunning footage combines with compelling storytelling to paint an urgent picture of a Nation poised to change the conversation about rights and reconciliation in this country.

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2156489481041472/

 

Fundraiser for Ƚel,tos: an Evening of Art & Gratitude

Thursday, November 29, 2018
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
7728 Tetayut Rd., Saanichton
Tsawout First Nation

Hosted by Meena Ahmed & Sarah Robinson

Join us to acknowledge the ȽEL,TOS paddlers, and to raise funds for Tsawout's legal claim!

WSANEC knowledge-holders will explore important elements of Tsawout's culture, arts and traditions, and explain Tsawout's ownership of ȽEL,TOS (James Island). Video footage of the Sept. 2 Paddle for ȽEL,TOS will be on display.

Bring cash for 50/50 tickets, Paddle for ȽEL,TOS posters, raffles and gift-basket draws! 100% of profits will go to Tsawout's legal claim.

Tickets are by donation, starting at a minimum of $10. Suggested donations:

-student: $10
-professional: $100
-firm or organization: $500
-FREE for WSANEC people!

Get your tickets today at: https://leltosfundraiser.eventbrite.ca

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/312070036063060/

 

Celebrating Local Impact! CML's Annual Fundraiser

Friday, November 30, 2018
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
1315 Douglas Street, Victoria, BC
Odd Fellows Hall

Hosted by Community Micro Lending

Community Micro Lending Society (CML) is excited to announce our annual fundraising event!

We look forward to this annual opportunity to thank our donors, lenders and partners and to celebrate our success. This year’s event will feature the theme More Than Loans: Celebrating Local Impact and we look forward to sharing a few stories from our work with the community this past year. Guest speakers (to be announced soon) will also speak to this theme.

Big things have small beginnings and we will also be announcing exciting developments for the organization for the coming year. We hope you can join us!

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/742084496145304/

 

Testify: Indigenous Laws + the Arts Panel Discussion

Friday, November 30, 2018
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
630 Yates Street, Victoria
University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries

Hosted by University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries

Join UVic Chancellor Shelagh Rogers and Vancouver Island University Chancellor Louise Mandell

What role do Indigenous laws play in ensuring reconciliation doesn’t morph into recolonization? As part of this season’s Testify: Indigenous Laws + the Arts exhibition this panel discussion with members of the Testify collective reflects on how we can recognize Indigenous law in true and meaningful ways. The discussion will be moderated by UVic Chancellor Shelagh Rogers and Vancouver Island University Chancellor Louise Mandell, who is part of the Testify collective.

Free & open to the public

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2384556611559854/

 

Vancouver Island Community Investment Cooperative

Tuesday, December 4, 2018
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
471 Cecelia Road, Victoria
Burnside Gorge Community Centre

Hosted by Vancouver Island Community Investment Cooperative

The Vancouver Island Community Investment Cooperative is launching its "I Invest Local" Fund for 2018/19 followed by the Cooperative's AGM. Come and join us to hear how we are investing in our Island communities and how you can contribute to a unique fund that gives you a financial return while creating sustainable social, economic and environmental impacts for our people, planet and communities.

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/176037303327568/

 

Richard Wagamase’s Starlight:
A tribute with Shelagh Rogers

Tuesday, December 4, 2018
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
3800 Finnerty Road, Victoria
University of Victoria

Hosted by UVic Writing

Richard Wagamase was one of Canada’s most beloved and multi-talented journalists, novelists and memoirists. His death at the age of 61 left a profound loss in our country’s literary culture.

Join his friend UVic Chancellor Shelagh Rogers and fellow writers Monique Gray Smith, Troy Sebastian, Lorna Crozier and Darrel McLeod as they celebrate the posthumous release of his novel Starlight (the story of an abused woman who discovers sanctuary on the farm of an Indigenous man) and remember the life and art of Richard Wagamase.

Free and open to the public. Ceremonial Hall, First Peoples House, University of Victoria

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1918503525111707/

 

What's Up in the Woods?

Wednesday, December 5, 2018
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
1415 Broad Street, Victoria
Victoria Event Centre

Hosted by Ancient Forest Alliance & Victoria Event Centre & Sierra Club BC

Join the Wilderness Committee, Ancient Forest Alliance and Sierra Club BC for an update on Vancouver Island's remaining old-growth rainforests and the movement to protect them!

Come hear what our organizations are doing to address this crisis and how you can get involved. We want to hear you concerns and share ideas on how we can protect these vital ecosystems before it's too late.

So join us, and bring a friend!

Event info:
- doors at 6:30pm
- hear from Ancient Forest Alliance Andrea Inness, Sierra Club BC's Mark Worthing and Wilderness Committee's Torrance Coste, followed by Q+A and community discussion starting at 7pm

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1998497023578160/

 

Conservation at the Interface of Indigenous Knowledge & Ecology

Monday, December 10, 2018
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
9811 Seaport Place, Sidney
Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea

Hosted by Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea

Diving Back in Time: Conservation at the Interface of Indigenous Knowledge and Ecology

Yelloweye rockfish (Sebastes ruberrimus) are a marine species of immense ecological, economic, and cultural value. The fish, which can live more than a century, are relied upon by commercial, recreational, and First Nations fishers alike. Like many species that are valued by multiple user groups, yelloweye rockfish have faced massive stock declines in British Columbia throughout the last century.

Coastal Indigenous peoples worldwide have relied on fish and other marine resources for millennia, and continue to do so despite recent degradation of ocean systems by external forces. Their Indigenous knowledge and law, comprised of experiences, observations, beliefs, and lifeways, is relevant for modern marine management and conservation. In BC, Coastal First Nations are in the process of developing proprietary Marine Use Plans, that combine Indigenous knowledge with independently conducted ecological studies to inform local marine management decisions.

One key hurdle to managing yelloweye rockfish is a dearth of baseline data – no fishery-independent data is available for the species prior to 2002, confounding the setting of meaningful management and conservation goals. In partnership with the Kitasoo/Xai’xais, Wuikinuxv, Nuxalk, and Heiltsuk First Nations, our narrative endeavors to overcome these data limitations and inform management and conservation of yelloweye rockfishes by interweaving Indigenous knowledge and scientific data towards fuller understanding of the species. Ultimately, we documented important historical changes in yelloweye rockfish size and abundance, and emphasize the value of Indigenous-led management.

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1894760850833788/

 

Idle No More 6 Year Anniversary

Monday, December 10, 2018
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
4700 Kingsway, Burnaby
Metropolis at Metrotown

Hosted by Jean Gray & Janice Combes & Alexandra Perich

This will be 6 years of Idle No More!!

We will have some speakers, and are encouraging for ALL drummers and singers to come out, as well as dancers in regalia.

More information will be added as the date comes closer.

This event is being held on the unceded traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples.

T'oyaxsut 'nuun, ha'miya, nia:wen, miigwetch!!

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1032623366922306/

 

Ancestral Healing Full Day Workshop

Saturday, December 8, 2018
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
729 Finlayson Arm Rd, Victoria,
District of Highlands Community Hall

Hosted by Sacred Grief - Shauna Janz & Ancestral Medicine

This offering follows the ancestral lineage repair method created by Dr. Daniel Foor of Ancestral Medicine, and is led by Shauna Janz, MA.

For more information, please visit: https://ancestralmedicine.org/event/day-long-victoria-12-8-2018/

To register, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Cost: $135. Some sliding scale spots available – please inquire if needed.

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2140918562899370/

 

A Night to Ignite - Resistance Rising Choir Concert

Wednesday, December 19, 2018
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
1415 Broad Street, Victoria
Victoria Event Centre

Hosted by Resistance Rising Choir & Victoria Event Centre

During the darkest time of the year join us for A Night to Ignite!

The Resistance Rising Choir's choral concert and fundraiser for Wild Salmon Defence.
Tickets are $20. Available online, or through choir members. Get your tickets today as we expect to sell out!

https://resistancerising.brownpapertickets.com/

Performing live on the unceded Coast Salish Territory of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ nations, we are proud to present the culmination of our season's work.

Over the last 12 weeks we have been working on songs to uplift, inspire and ignite the kind of care that is so desperately needed in the world today. In the face of the overwhelming social and environmental catastrophe, Resistance Rising Choir comes a singing! Joyfully raising our voices to honour and protect that which is most sacred to us. Igniting inspiration by bringing magic of harmony to front line resistance.

The night will feature the harmonious offerings of the Resistance Rising choir as well as poetry and performances by Betty Supple and other special guests. We will also hear from renowned and relentless First Nations elder and matriarch, Tsastilqalus Ambers Umbas as she shares about the critical state of BC Wild Salmon and what she's been doing to help save wild salmon from systematic eradication and the domino effect of ecosystem collapse. And she'll share about what you can do to help protect this keystone species and lifeblood of the BC coast, our wild pacific salmon.

Our silent auction will feature unique items for you to bid on and our concession will offer tasty hand made goodies for you to enjoy.

Funds from our concert, concession and silent auction will benefit front line Wild Salmon Defence through Matriarch Camp. Learn more by visiting here:

https://m.facebook.com/Matriarch-Camp-Food-and-Supplies-142454759833463/

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/351612895415691/

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