WLC to offer youth leadership training workshops in the New Year

2022-01-28T20:01:34+00:00

In preparation for the creation of a Youth Advisory Council, the WLC will be providing training and leadership sessions for W̱SÁNEĆ youth in the New Year. These complementary courses will empower W̱SÁNEĆ youth with the skills and knowledge they will need to form and run youth advisory committee meetings. Training will include traditional W̱SÁNEĆ leadership knowledge as well as skills training on how to discuss issues to ensure the best outcome for W̱SÁNEĆ community members. In addition, attendees will learn how to consider different perspectives, nominate a chairperson, discuss issues constructively, formalize decisions as a group and more. These W̱SÁNEĆ [...]

WLC to offer youth leadership training workshops in the New Year2022-01-28T20:01:34+00:00

Join us for a World Whale Day Webinar on February 16th

2022-01-28T18:26:30+00:00

February 20th marks World Whale Day, a day to raise awareness of these magnificent creatures, their beauty as well as their ecological value to the planet. Join The Royal BC Museum on an online webinar for World Whale Day, hosted by Steven Davies and Kim Gough. Presenting will be the WLC's own David Dick, SUMÉ,t of the WSÁNEĆ Marine Guardians/ QENTOL,YEN and Molly Fraser the marine biologist for the WSÁNEĆ Marine Guardians. David and Molly will share how we can all be better friends to humpbacks and killer whales when operating small crafts on the water and find out more about [...]

Join us for a World Whale Day Webinar on February 16th2022-01-28T18:26:30+00:00

Victoria International Airport is Hiring

2022-01-28T00:19:51+00:00

ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY Applications for full-time, part-time and casual on-call janitorial positions being accepted now. If this sounds like you and you’re looking for work please contact Shaun with the information below: Shaun Cotter 250-893-8549 Or send your resume to: scotter@acciona.com Learn more MORE OPPORTUNITIES

Victoria International Airport is Hiring2022-01-28T00:19:51+00:00

The Coastal Douglas-fir Conservation Partnership is running a webinar series on Carbon Sequestration

2022-01-24T17:45:11+00:00

The Coastal Douglas-fir Conservation Partnership (CDFCP) is running a webinar series through February on the topic of Carbon sequestration for Indigenous groups. Carbon offsetting is a topic the WLC is actively exploring for its innovative approach to conservation and revenue generation for Indigenous groups. Learn more below. To register, please email info@cdfcp.ca Webinar 1: Nisqually Community Forest Improved Forest Management, Watershed Protection and Carbon Offsetting Tuesday 1st February @ 10-11.30am. Kirk Hanson and Joe Kane will talk about how a diverse range of stakeholders came together to form the Nisqually Community Forest with the objective of managing the forest so [...]

The Coastal Douglas-fir Conservation Partnership is running a webinar series on Carbon Sequestration2022-01-24T17:45:11+00:00

The Georgia Straight Alliance is hiring a Communications Assistant

2022-01-21T00:16:05+00:00

ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY The Georgia Straight Alliance is hiring a Communications Assistant, who will work on a variety of tasks that support the organization’s day-to-day communications activities. These will contribute to the achievement of GSA’s organizational goals to: (a) foster interest, awareness, understanding and stewardship of the marine environment; and (b) raise awareness of the interconnectedness and interdependencies between the health of marine ecosystems and human communities. Learn more MORE OPPORTUNITIES

The Georgia Straight Alliance is hiring a Communications Assistant2022-01-21T00:16:05+00:00

The Salish Sea Garden Project continues to restore traditional food sources & knowledge

2022-01-21T00:06:18+00:00

The Salish Sea Garden Project continues to restore traditional food sources & knowledge Since 2015, W̱SÁNEĆ knowledge holders, in partnership with Parks Canada, have been working to restore sea gardens in the Salish Sea. Shown above: sea garden restoration in Fulford Harbour over two nights in November. This project has not only improved the ancient clam beds, but has also reclaimed traditional knowledge and restored W̱SÁNEĆ access and connection to the land.   Phase One: The Clam Garden Initiative Initially called the Clam Garden initiative, the project’s first phase was a pilot project from 2014-2019 to experimentally restore two [...]

The Salish Sea Garden Project continues to restore traditional food sources & knowledge2022-01-21T00:06:18+00:00

January’s TikTok Contest Winner Announced

2022-01-17T20:15:18+00:00

Congrats to John Etzel Jr. This month's TikTok contest winner! John's submission into the WLC TikTok Contest has won him a $100 Visa Giftcard Want to win? Submit your TikTok video by using the hashtag #wsanecproud - there's a new winner every month! RECENT POSTS How are we doing? Leave Us Your Feedback Here

January’s TikTok Contest Winner Announced2022-01-17T20:15:18+00:00

The Greater Victoria Harbour Authority is hiring a Maintenance Supervisor

2022-01-13T22:32:34+00:00

ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY The Greater Victoria Harbour Authority has an immediate opening for a full-time Maintenance Supervisor member to oversee and participate in the care, maintenance and repair of all GVHA properties and facilities. Learn more MORE OPPORTUNITIES

The Greater Victoria Harbour Authority is hiring a Maintenance Supervisor2022-01-13T22:32:34+00:00

Jan 18th, 6pm – Community Engagement Session

2022-01-13T22:22:04+00:00

Join us for an Online W̱SÁNEĆ Community Engagement Session on January 18th from 6pm to 8pm. The topic for this session is Community Health and Well Being and we will focus on action planning! On the 18th, join the meeting using the link below! Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 825 5691 1288 Passcode: 736089 Door prizes for all who attend. This event is open to all W̱SÁNEC COMMUNITY MEMBERS RECENT POSTS How are we doing? Leave Us Your Feedback Here

Jan 18th, 6pm – Community Engagement Session2022-01-13T22:22:04+00:00

This January marks the 35th Anniversary of the Saanich Indian Territorial Declaration

2022-01-18T19:08:09+00:00

On January 8th 1987 the Chiefs of Pauquachin, Tsartlip, Tseycum and Tsawout came together to sign the Saanich Indian Territorial Declaration. January 8th 2022 marks the 35th anniversary of this historic event. Shown above: the Saanich Indian Territorial Declaration. Click to enlarge The declaration explicitly asserts W̱SÁNEĆ people’s absolute rights and title to the W̱SÁNEĆ Territorial Homeland. Despite the attempts of the Provincial and Federal governments to impose dominion over these lands for the past 170 years, our Chiefs declared that these rights are irrevocable. The declaration also makes clear the expectations for all levels of government and establishes [...]

This January marks the 35th Anniversary of the Saanich Indian Territorial Declaration2022-01-18T19:08:09+00:00
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