Coast Reporter Radio: Reconciliation carving and political farewells

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Beginning this weekend, the public will be invited to pick up a chisel and chip away at project called Carving Tears into Dreams of Reconciliation. We visited with master Carver Tony Paul at the carving site.

The first youth councillors for the Town of Gibsons wrapped up their term this week. At their final council meeting June 18, they reflected on the experience.

And West Vancouver Sunshine Coast and Sea to Sky MP Pam Goldsmith-Jones says goodbye in Parliament.

Show Notes:

A story on Pam Goldsmith-Jones’ farewell remarks in Parliament from our colleagues at the Squamish Chief:
www.squamishchief.com/federal-electi…ics-1.23850133

Entertainment writer Rik Jespersen’s story about jazz artist Katherine Penfold:
www.coastreporter.net/entertainment/…val-1.23863385

History comes full circle with pole carving:
www.coastreporter.net/news/local-new…ing-1.23853866

 

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