photo by Casey Bennett

"The language is the culture, the culture is the land."

Andy Chelsea

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Esk’etemc Youth Dryland
All youth are welcome.

Where: Esk’etemc Gym
When: November 14 & 15
Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
What: Dryland exercises (6-7 pm)
Ball hockey (7-8 pm)
Other fun activities (8-9 pm)

A fitness circuit and other fun sports will be offered
Each parent or guardian may be required to fill out a waiver for the participants.
Recommend that youth bring indoor shoes - or wear bare feet to keep the gym clean as possible, supply their own ball hockey stick which will require a plastic blade if possible.

All youth are welcome.

This program is 100% Voluntarily Based, please be patient with the volunteers and myself as we just want to help the youth. Thank you.
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Carolyn Belleau, Esk'etemc, is featured in this University of Victoria video clip.

Congratulations again on her acceptance into the first World's First Indigenous Law Degree Program!At the edge of a welcome new era, Carolyn Belleau honours her past by looking to the future. As one of 26 students entering UVic’s Indigenous Law program—a c...
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This photobook commemorates the historic event of May 8, 2017, Esk'etemc Declaration of Title & Rights.

Photography by Casey Bennett, with Layna Chelsea, Amanda Dan, Heather Johnson

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"Ctsenmewsctem re Stsmemelt" - Esk'etemc Documentary Film: DVD's ready for purchase!