First Nations women

Anna Atleo dances with Rebecca Atleo, right, during an announcement ceremony on Aug. 10 in the Maaqtusiis School Gym. (Nora O’Malley photo)

First Nation women to guide framework for new Big House in Ahousaht territory near Tofino

“If I ever have grandchildren, one day they will be dancing in that Big House”

 

This year’s Candlelight Vigil, United Against Violence Against Women, on Dec. 6, 2020 will not be in person at the campuses of Okanagan College due to COVID-19, but people will be able to gather online to watch a video presentation and light a candle in remembrance. (Image contributed)

Violence against women in North Okanagan-Shuswap to be remembered online

Participants in virtual vigil Dec. 6 asked to light a candle and post photo on social media

 

Cori Derickson performed a dance to honour women’s nurturing nature, which is similar to water. (Twila Amato - Black Press Media)

Peachland hosts first annual International Women’s Day tea and bannock celebration

The day honoured women and their leadership in water protection

 

Exhibit highlighting Okanagan women launches in Kelowna

Exhibit highlighting Okanagan women launches in Kelowna

The Empowered Project celebrates leaders and change-makers

Exhibit highlighting Okanagan women launches in Kelowna