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New House Names: Honouring Our Land

New House Names: Honouring Our Land

Editor’s Note: As many readers know, our campus is located on the unceded territory of the Sc’ianew First Nation. Recently, our Director of Learning Emily Coolidge shared a letter with the campus community on behalf of the Indigenous Reconciliation Action Plan Working...
YE,TOST*  — Guiding the Path

YE,TOST* — Guiding the Path

Editor’s Note: The story below was written in the wake of an announcement by the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation of the discovery the remains of up to 215 Indigenous children buried on the grounds of the closed Kamloops (British Columbia) Indian Residential...
We stand together in remembrance of our children

We stand together in remembrance of our children

We grieve, remember, and stand in solidarity with those who suffered trauma and harm at the former residential school in Kamloops, or any other residential school in BC and Canada. Our hearts go out to the families and communities who are impacted by this discovery,...
Our Commitment to Reconciliation

Our Commitment to Reconciliation

“Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific and United World Colleges (Canada) acknowledges that its community lives, learns and works on the unceded territory of the Sc’ianew First Nation. The Sc’ianew people, although a distinct and independent nation, are part of a...
Indigenous Special Topics Day 2020 |  A Reflection

Indigenous Special Topics Day 2020 | A Reflection

On 11 November 2020, the entire campus community engaged in a student-led Indigenous Special Topics Day, starting with a sunrise ceremony called “Feeding the Water”, panel discussions, workshops and a movie screenings.We especially appreciated that Board...