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Joint Gathering 2018

The Joint Gathering 2018, held from Jan. 16-18 in Vancouver, BC, attracted over 500 delegates. Co‑hosted by BC Assembly of First Nations, First Nation Summit, Union of BC Indian Chiefs and the Department of Indigenous Services Canada (DISC), the Gathering encouraged respectful and open conversations to identify areas of collaboration to advance First Nation interests.

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This exploration of Virginia Woolf's (Elizabeth Debicki) 10-year, up-and-down affair withnovelist and socialite Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton), loosely organizes itself around the writing of "Orlando," a novel inspired by Sackville-West in which the title character, born a man,spontaneously changes sex at about 30 years of age. [SEE AUG. 20]

Neuroscience Seminar: Dr. Robert Gaunt

Dr. Robert Gaunt
Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
University of Pittsburgh


Rarely have source material, director, and leading actress been more in alignment than inthis adaptation of Virginia Woolf's novel, directed by Sally Potter and starring Tilda Swinton, who slips effortlessly into the role of the male nobleman who awakens halfway through the film to findhimself a woman.

The Ground Above Us

Charles Campbell and Farheen HaQ with Yuxwelupton Qwal'qaxala (Bradley Dick)

Myfanwy Pavelic: Mirrored Selves Within and Without

This exhibition is in two parts. Visit Myfanwy's works at both:
- Legacy Maltwood - Mearns Centre McPherson Library | May 18 - Sept 15. Hours:
- Legacy Downtown - 630 Yates St. | May 25 - Sept 21