The IAMC’s First Line-Wide Gathering

On November 5th and 6th, the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee’s (IAMC) Indigenous Caucus held its first Line-Wide Gathering on T’Sou-ke traditional territory. The objectives of the Line Wide Gathering were to provide an update on work completed to date and establish common priorities and approaches. Participants had the opportunity to work together in groups and drive the discussion on IAMC’s 5 ‘Big Picture’ priorities. Learn more by reading the letter from Chief Ernie Crey, Chair of the Indigenous Caucus, to community members here:

(L-R) Chief Ernie Crey, Co-Chair, IAMC, the Honourable Steven Lewis Point, Order of British Columbia (Xwĕ lī qwĕl tĕl) , Provincial Court Judge and Former Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, Naina Sloan, Co-Chair, IAMC and Chief Gordon Planes, T’Sou-ke First Nation.
Participants at the first IAMC Line Wide Gathering.
Participants brainstorming the five “Big Picture” priorities.
Ideas generated by participants on the five “Big Picture” priorities.
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