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Celebrate Indigenous writers who live on the traditional lands of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples, welcomed by City of Victoria Poet Laureate John Barton. John will be joined by special guests Danielle Geller, Kim Senklip Harvey, Philip Kevin Paul and Troy Sebastian. Tea and cookies will be served. Registration begins September 3; drop-ins welcome.


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59 people are attending Local Indigenous Perspectives

  • Mary-Ann McLean
  • Kent Johnson
  • B Lenes
  • Gayle Mavor
  • Kara Stanton
  • Laura Johnson
  • Glenna Duncan
  • Betsy MacKenzie
  • Robie Liscomb
  • Nancy Macgregor
  • Sophie Nielsen
  • Lynn Thompson
  • Anna Spilker
  • Joy huebert
  • Karen Fejes
  • Nicole Lavoie
  • Sharon Lee
  • Christine Terry
  • Debra Verwey
  • Margaret Bluck
  • Joy Illington
  • Gail Brown
  • Lorna Rennie
  • S Gallazin
  • Janet Molnar
  • Brianna Bock
  • Blair MacDonell
  • Geo Takach
  • Laura Chartres
  • Ellie Dion
  • Mary Eady
  • Rhian Hay
  • Rob Hancock
  • Holly Marsh
  • Chrystal Woytowich
  • Toula Hatziioannou
  • William Weigler
  • Wendy Wickwire
  • Nancy Powell
  • Medwyn McConachy
  • Clint Hutzulak
  • Jeremy Gravelle
  • Yaana Dancer
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