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The BC Government is seeking the public's input on what actions it should take to reduce Plastics pollution and the use of single use plastics. Please Click the link below to fill out their survey. This survey will be available until September 18th, 2019 at 4pm.

Click on the Have Your Say box then click on the arrow pointing to the right at the right side of your screen to step through the survey questions.

You also have the option to submit a stakeholder submission brief with your suggestions on this subject. Plastics Action Plan Survey

Puppets 101: Puppetry for Social Change

Wednesday, July 31, 2019
03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
1415 Broad Street, Victoria
Victoria Event Centre

Hosted by Creative Revolution: Collective Arts for Climate Justice & VEC

WE'LL TALK ABOUT:

- Puppetry and performance as a tool for social change

- Examples of puppets in action

- Different styles of puppets, giant inflatables, lanterns - and puppets that take flight!

- How to make different kinds of large puppets, and where to begin!

- We'll be making a gigantic puppet together in parts 2 and 3 of this workshop!

All ages are welcome. We have craft supplies for young folks so please don't leave them out of the fun!

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/372299670098103/

25th Yellow Wolf Powwow Volunteers

Friday, August 2, 2019
10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Tsawout First Nations gym, 7728 Tetayut Rd.
Tsawout Community Centre

Hosted by Reuben Garbanzo

Summer PowWow season is coming and myself and David Chaplin have been honoured by the Sampson family in the role of co-ordinating volunteers for the 25th annual Yellow Wolf Powwow.

The Yellow Wolf Powwow tradition extends back to the family's matrilineal roots in the Nez Perce territory of Idaho and provides a forum for young Songhees , Esquimault and W'SANEC dancers and others on the powwow circuit to learn and to perform their dances. share in ceremony and carry on cultural traditions in a colourful, vibrant and supportive community gathering.

The whole community, Indigenous and non-Indigenous, is warmly welcomed to enjoy the weekend of traditional Powwow song and dance competition, ceremony, prayer, story-telling, food, vendor booths and comraderie in the beautiful environment of the Tsartlip territory.

After 25 years of organizing the powwow, members of the Sampson family are reaching out for support from friends and community members to help with many of the volunteer jobs before and during the event, including set-up, security, waste and recycling, parking, shuttling, signage, bathroom cleanup, food concession and clean-up of the powwow grounds.

I am reaching out to you to see if you would like to be part of this awesome event!. The family is keen on enlisting a solid group of volunteers ASAP I will use this site to keep you all posted for details as the planning moves ahead, but if you can just set these dates aside on your calendar, and let me know if you can make it, that would be great!

This is a great and really fun opportunity for non-Indigenous allies to be able to immerse yourself in an Indigenous cultural space and to practise some reconciliACTION in solidarity with Indigenous cultural continuity and to spend a weekend performing some of the volunteer duties that will help make the weekend a great time for all. If you can only make one day or a 3-4 hour shift, that is fine!

Please let me know if you can help out and I will send you a volunteer form to fill out. You are also welcomed to attend meetings, if you want to be included in that!

Much thanks, hiske siem,

Bobby

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2206889006230086/

All Hands on Deck: Action Against Cruise Ship Pollution

Wednesday, August 7, 2019
02:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Canada Place (Waterfront and Howe) Vancouver, BC
Canada Place

Hosted by Extinction Rebellion Sunshine Coast BC Canada

A passenger’s carbon footprint triples in size when taking a cruise. Cruise ships carry the equivalent of a small town directly into some of the world’s most beautiful — and vulnerable — ecosystems.

Join us to speak up and out about how consumer choices we make affect all of us. With the welfare of all creatures on the planet at stake, there is no excuse for such excessive and avoidable pollution.

Goals: Our primary goals are public education and awareness around the climate crisis and the cruise ship industry specifically. Since the Vancouver terminal is at Canada Place, a high traffic area for tourists, it is an opportunity for broader awareness and XR brand recognition. i.e. We are here, and we are serious.

Meet starting at 2 pm in front of Canada Place

Look for the giant CLIMATE CRISIS ELEPHANT

(it will be upside down on a stretcher)

*We’re looking for 4 more people to wear XR t-shirts and hand out information near terminal entrances

*Everyone else: we will have a procession up and down the side of the road. Feel free to dress in funeral attire, doctors and nurses uniforms, or other similar emergency wear.

*Bring signs and your own drums

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/644122779419363/

Our Time 101 - Info session

Friday, August 9, 2019
05:30 PM to 08:00 PM
3800 Finnerty Road, Victoria
University of Victoria

Hosted by Our Time Victoria

Come join us to hear more about Our Time - this summer's biggest youth-led campaign for climate justice and a Green New Deal!

Learn how locally we are working as a part of this national movement to push for the transformational change we need and how you can be a part of it!

Open to anyone interested in getting involved, no experience needed! Learn more here: https://our-time.ca/

We will provide a pizza to start the evening off.

Exact room to be confirmed.

This event will be taking place at the University of Victoria on the unceded territories of the Lekwungen peoples and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples who have lived on and stewarded these lands for millennia and continue to do so.

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1816971835115933/

Upstream - Night of the Salmon

Saturday, August 10, 2019
09:00 PM to 02:00 AM
1415 Broad Street, Victoria
Victoria Event Centre

Hosted by SOS - Save Our Salmon & Victoria Event Centre & boizNcatz

Swanson Island occupation successfully turned the tides for wild Salmon in the Broughton archipelago by exposing the destructive effects of open-pen fish farming on Wild Salmon populations and initiating large-scale public outcry in their defence. On this evening, we come together to honour the wild Salmon, the givers of life on this coast, and to join one another in protecting them.

~^~ Tickets are a suggested donation of $10-20 (sliding scale) by e-transfer to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ~^~

ALL PROFITS FROM THIS EVENT WILL BE DONATED TO THE NAMGIS NATION TO SUPPORT THEIR COURAGEOUS AND TIRELESS EFFORTS IN WILD SALMON PROTECTION

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- Performances by WolfRider, Anchor Hill, boizNcatz, and AppleCat

- Speech by Matriarch Tsatsaqualis

- Short film screening

- Artwork, snacks, and SOS merchandise available for purchase!

- Alcoholic and Non-alcoholic beverage sales (profits go to the VEC)

*** This is a 19+ event ****

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/734151427013589/

Spirit of Nature Walk with guided tour

August 11th, 2019
01:00 PM to 04:00 PM
1772 Millstream Rd, Victoria, British Columbia V9B 6E4
Mary Lake Nature Sanctuary

Hosted by Mary Lake Nature Sanctuary

We invite you to come and immerse yourself in the tranquil atmosphere of this special property. This land has been under conservation ownership since 1947 so nature definitely has a strong presence here.

The Mary Lake property has 7 different ecosystems, contains a 7 acre lake with various riparian areas and both the Earsman and Millstream creeks which are part of the 13,000 year old watershed flow thru it.

1 - 4 pm: Self-guided walk with map of trails

2 - 3 pm: Guided walk & talk

3 - 4 pm: Slide Show & Discussion in the house on the lake.

Herbal teas available for a loonie

For our monthly "Spirit of Nature " walks we are asking for a $5 donation to help us with our fundraising efforts. Children under 12 are free.

We ask that children be accompanied by an adult at all times.

People with mobility issues are welcome to ask for vehicle access on the main driveway.

Please stay on marked trails and be mindful not to disturb the wildlife that call Mary Lake their home.

There is definitely something special about Mary Lake.

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/303832827139174/

Politics in the park with the BC Green MLAs

Tuesday, August 13, 2019
05:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Sinclair Rd, Victoria
Cadboro-Gyro Park

Hosted by BC Green Party

Join Green MLAs Andrew Weaver, Sonia Furstenau and Adam Olsen for a family-friendly picnic at Gyro Park. The MLAs will speak about their work in the legislature and gather your input to inform their work in the upcoming Fall legislative sitting.

Bring your family, a friend, your favourite picnic dish and a lawn chair. There will also be games for the kids!

RSVP: https://www.bcgreens.ca/politics_in_the_park

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/642421722893154/

Film Screening: Artifishal

Tuesday, August 27, 2019
07:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Student Union Bldg, 3800 Finnerty Rd
Cinecenta Films

Hosted by Watershed Watch Salmon Society & Patagonia & Cinecenta Films

Join us on Thursday, August 27th, for a film screening of Patagonia’s ARTIFISHAL at Cinecenta theatre at the University of Victoria! Doors open at 6:20pm and the film will start at 7pm.

There will be a Q&A with Aaron Hill, our Executive Director, and Misty MacDuffee from Raincoast Conservation Foundation following the film.

“ARTIFISHAL is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.”

As an organization, we advocate to remove open-net fish farms from our coastal waters. Patagonia does an amazing job shedding a light on the problems created by fish farms.

Admission prices are as follows:

UVSS Students: $5.75

Seniors (65 & older), Children (12 & under): $5.75

UVic Alumni, Faculty, Staff and guest (1 only) of above: $6.75

Cinemagic Members: $6.75

Non-Members: $7.75

Find a trailer for the film here:

https://www.patagonia.com/artifishal.html

For more details visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1326045214221075/

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