Indigenous Archway Highlights Community Placemaking initiative in Campbell River

Wei Wai Kum master carver Bill Henderson, renowned for his mask and paddle carvings, is leading the Indigenous Archway carving for the entrance to Baikie Island/Raven Park, along with his nephews Greg and Junior. The Archway is the central focus of a new Community Placemaking investment with the Rotary Club of Campbell River, Island Coastal Economic Trust and 4VI.

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Sechelt Community Placemaking

Beaver Creek Community Pavilion

The Beaver Creek Community Club’s upcoming outdoor pavilion will be located on their 18 acres of land, which sits on 12 kilometres outside of Port Alberni. Photo by Beaver Creek Community Club.

Transfer Beach Amphitheatre Main Stage Tent and Storage Unit

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Nawalakw Education and Demonstration Farm Improvement

Timber-frame Outdoor Pavilion Investment at Manson’s Landing Village Commons

Cortes Island residents will make effective use of a four season, common outdoor gathering area. Photo courtesy of Marcin Chady

Coast Salish Welcome Arch in Chemainus

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