The four totem poles in front of Lu’ma Native Housing Society’s latest project on Nanaimo Street mark what the building’s proponents have long visualized as a long-term home for aboriginal children in care.
The totem poles, carved by Nisga’a artist Mike Dangeli, were officially unveiled today (October 25) during a ceremony at the development near South Grandview Highway. The facility consists of 24 new units intended to house aboriginal foster families, youth transitioning out of care, and low-income families.
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- February 13, 2017 @ 12:13:21 [Current Revision] by linda
- February 13, 2017 @ 12:13:21 by linda