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Launched in 1997. A news publication specifically designed for the Indigenous people of British Columbia and Yukon.

  • February 21, 2001
  • Paul Barnsley, Raven's Eye Writer, VANCOUVER

Page 10

A report in a medical journal reveals that there is a high turn-over rate among doctors who practice in remote communities in British Columbia.

Carole Dawson, family, children and health director for the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, told Raven's Eye that her first-hand experience in such communities convinces her that the study is right on the money, but she鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Paul Barnsley, Raven's Eye Writer, VANCOUVER

Page 10

A report in a medical journal reveals that there is a high turn-over rate among doctors who practice in remote communities in British Columbia.

Carole Dawson, family, children and health director for the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, told Raven's Eye that her first-hand experience in such communities convinces her that the study is right on the money, but she鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • David Wiwchar, Raven's Eye Writer

Page 9

Review

Since the Time of the Transformers: The Ancient Heritage of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Ditidaht, and Makah

By Alan D. McMillan

252 pages, $29.95

UBC Press, Vancouver

For the past four decades, the West Coast of British Columbia and Washington State has been the site of some of the most extensively studied archaeological sites on the continent.鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • David Wiwchar, Raven's Eye Writer

Page 9

Review

Since the Time of the Transformers: The Ancient Heritage of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Ditidaht, and Makah

By Alan D. McMillan

252 pages, $29.95

UBC Press, Vancouver

For the past four decades, the West Coast of British Columbia and Washington State has been the site of some of the most extensively studied archaeological sites on the continent.鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • David Wiwchar, Raven's Eye Writer

Page 9

Review

The Yuquot Whaler's Shrine

By Aldona Jonaitis

233 pages, $55

Douglas & McIntyre

The removal of the whaler'?s shrine near Yuquot has long remained an open wound to the Mowachaht First Nation.

Taken by anthropologist Franz Boaz in 1905 from a tiny island near the centre of a small lake behind the ancient village of Yuquot, the鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • David Wiwchar, Raven's Eye Writer

Page 9

Review

The Yuquot Whaler's Shrine

By Aldona Jonaitis

233 pages, $55

Douglas & McIntyre

The removal of the whaler'?s shrine near Yuquot has long remained an open wound to the Mowachaht First Nation.

Taken by anthropologist Franz Boaz in 1905 from a tiny island near the centre of a small lake behind the ancient village of Yuquot, the鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Windspeaker Staff Writer

Page 8

Review

Eden Robinson's literary career is certainly off to a running start. Her first book, Traplines, a collection of stories published in 1996, received the Winifred Holtby Prize for the best first work of fiction in the Commonwealth, and was selected as a New York Times Editor?s Choice and Notable Book of the Year. She followed it up this year with Monkey Beach, her鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Windspeaker Staff Writer

Page 8

Review

Eden Robinson's literary career is certainly off to a running start. Her first book, Traplines, a collection of stories published in 1996, received the Winifred Holtby Prize for the best first work of fiction in the Commonwealth, and was selected as a New York Times Editor?s Choice and Notable Book of the Year. She followed it up this year with Monkey Beach, her鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Raven's Eye Staff

Page 7

Pretty Brown

Vancouver singer Fara Palmer has added yet another achievement to her long list of credits, receiving the award for Best Female Artist at this years Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

Fara won the award for her work on Pretty Brown, her second album. Her first album, This is My World, was released in 1997, and earned her a Juno nomination for Best Music鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Raven's Eye Staff

Page 7

Pretty Brown

Vancouver singer Fara Palmer has added yet another achievement to her long list of credits, receiving the award for Best Female Artist at this years Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

Fara won the award for her work on Pretty Brown, her second album. Her first album, This is My World, was released in 1997, and earned her a Juno nomination for Best Music鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Keith Matthew, Raven's Eye Columnist

Page 5

I would first like to wish all of my faithful readers out there in Indian Country and beyond season's greetings and wishes for a better year for you and your extended family.

Now that the federal election is in the books and we have the federal Liberals back as the "natural governing party" for Canada we can get on with the business of advocating for our people's rights.鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Keith Matthew, Raven's Eye Columnist

Page 5

I would first like to wish all of my faithful readers out there in Indian Country and beyond season's greetings and wishes for a better year for you and your extended family.

Now that the federal election is in the books and we have the federal Liberals back as the "natural governing party" for Canada we can get on with the business of advocating for our people's rights.鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Staff Writer

Page 4

If you have a medical condition that could become life threatening if not properly treated, MedicAlert could help save your life. And if you are a status First Nation person, you can become a MedicAlert member at no cost to you.

The Canadian MedicAlert Foundation wants to get word out to status First Nations people that, under the Non-Insured Health Benefits Program (NIHB鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Staff Writer

Page 4

If you have a medical condition that could become life threatening if not properly treated, MedicAlert could help save your life. And if you are a status First Nation person, you can become a MedicAlert member at no cost to you.

The Canadian MedicAlert Foundation wants to get word out to status First Nations people that, under the Non-Insured Health Benefits Program (NIHB鈥

  • February 21, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Raven's Eye Writer, VICTORIA

Page 2

The question of what to do with the four murals hanging in the rotunda of the provincial legislature building is now in the hands of a newly formed Speaker's advisory panel.

Creation of the panel was announced by Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Bill Hartley, on Nov. 30, in response to a complaint from the First Nations Summit earlier this year that the murals are鈥