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B.C. park celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day with Hul’q’umi’num signage

A park in Chemainus, B.C. now has signage in the Hul’q’umi’num language as part of National Indigenous Peoples Day. Penelakut Tribe Elders helped unveil the new park and trail signage at Wul’aam (Echo) Park in Chemainus. Wul’aam Park is located between the Trans-Canada Highway and Chemainus Road. The signage, developed by students from Penelakut School…

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Braille signage coming to Metro Vancouver bus stops

TransLink, Metro Vancouver’s regional transit authority, is taking a major step to help blind or partially sighted riders better navigate the transit system by installing braille signage at every bus stop throughout Metro Vancouver. The braille bus stop signs will contain information written in both Unified English Braille and raised tactile letters, bus stop ID…

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Toronto sign to commemorate the year of the Poppy this Remembrance Week

Toronto Mayor John Tory and District Commander Gerry Morgan of the Royal Canadian Legion unveiled a new illuminated poppy as an addition to the Toronto sign during Remembrance Week this year, November 5 to 11, 2021. This year marks the Year of the Poppy, which honours 100 years since the poppy was adopted as a symbol of…

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The Golden Eagle takes flight

Chilliwack, British Columbia, has a surprisingly rich aviation history. Many long-term residents have fond memories of a yellow Fairchild-Cornell airplane that sat on the roof of Brett’s Garage for 26 years from 1951 to 1977.

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