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Water Rhythms: Listening to the Impacts of Climate Change on the Glaciers of British Columbia

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Sovereign Graffiti on Haida Gwaii

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Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada

“I am desirous that she should have as good an education as possible” : A Century of Parental Advocacy for Rural Education in British Columbia

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Intertidal Room: A Soundwalk through Timescapes of Vancouver’s Coastline

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The Bird Park Sessions

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Streamwalkers

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Broughton Archipelago

Gyitwaalkt: A Dialogue on Tsimshian War and Metal

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Doctrine and Design: Two Islamic Centres in Burnaby, Canada

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Burnaby, BC, Canada

What Sound Can Do: Listening with Memory

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Prince George, BC, Canada

The Coffee-Office: Urban Soundscapes for Creative Productivity

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120 Main Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The Natural Complexities of Environmental Listening: One Soundwalk – Multiple Responses, by Hildegard Westerkamp

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Fort Nelson, BC, Canada

The Listener: Remembering The Dane-zaa Soundscape Recordings of Howard Broomfield, by Robin and Jillian Ridington

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“Gateway” to the Alaska-Yukon Borderlands: The White Pass & Yukon Route Railway, the North-West Mounted Police, and the Klondike Gold Rush

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White Pass, British Columbia, Canada

Archaeology of an Early Twentieth-Century Nikkei Camp in the Seymour Valley

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Seymour Valley Trailway, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Municipalities Matter: Public Funding for the Nonprofit Sector, 1960 to 2017

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The Minnesota Seaside Station near Port Renfrew, British Columbia

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Port Renfrew, BC, Canada

“A Fusillade of Shots in the Quiet Neighbourhood”: The 1967 Vancouver Mass Shooting and Gun Control in the Late 1960s

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“Do Your Little Bit”: The 143rd Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, “BC Bantams”

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Situating Direct-Action AIDS Activists: The Development of Organizational Responses to Vancouver’s HIV Epidemic

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John Olmsted’s Uplands: “Victoria’s Celebrated Residential Park”

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Victoria Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

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photo essay

Sovereign Graffiti on Haida GwaiiOJS Link Icon

By Hilary Morgan V. Leathem and Joseph Weiss

Haida Gwaii
photography
protest
protest
 

BC Studies no. 214 Summer 2022

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