Wild Salmon Day Comes to SFU! Tuesday January 27th 2015

  • Tuesday January 27th at Simon Fraser University Burnaby Campus for a day of Programming, Workshops, Arts and Cultural performers in support of raising awareness of Wild Salmon Habitat, Watershed and Ocean Conservation and protection efforts.

Supported by CJSF 90.1 FM

Programming Schedule

10:30-11:00 am Wild Salmon Warrior Warrior Radio Broadcast CJSF 90.1 FM

11:00am-13:00 Indigenous Opening with
Elder Eddie Gardner
Shawna Green, Adrian Sylvester
Archie Peters
Simon Daniel James
Audrey Siegel
* Programming from Noon-13:00 will be broadcast on CJSF 90.1 FM

13:00-20:00 – Workshop Presentations – Forum Chambers Maggie Benston Building
See detailed schedule on our website

Stan Proboszcz, Watershed Watch Salmon Society
Celia Nord, Wild Salmon Advocate Adams River Watershed
George Assaf, Burrard Inlet Marine Enhancement Society
Desiree Wallace, Beyond Boarding Watershed and Mining Concerns
Gail Lotenberg, Creative resistance, Beautiful Trouble
Dr. Amy Lubik, Cancer researcher, Fracking Health Concerns

For detailed speaker bios

20:00 – Wild Salmon Dance Party
DJ O Show
Sound and Music by The EDM Show Canada Crew (CJSF 90.1 FM)

Directions to Wild Salmon Day.


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Youth support worker at Urban Native Youth Association and pet care specialist at Little Buddies Pet Care. I have completed a minor in First Nations Studies at SFU and am a Psych major. I continue to work as an oral testimony archivist with Dr. annie ross in the FN dept. at SFU. In 2016 I will attend grad school at City U to do a masters in counseling, and then a post master's certificate in Art Therapy. My dream is to open an inner city healing center one day. My vision is that it will offer a variety of holistic alternative therapies, and a community gardening program. I also would love to incorporate animal therapy somehow. I decided on the name "Reflections" for the healing centre, because we look back or (reflect) to sort out our feelings and archetypal imagery, and to look at a reflection of ourselves through the art.

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