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Province, city seek to honour Vancouver’s Chinatown as UNESCO World Heritage site

The Province of British Columbia and the City of Vancouver are joining together to have Vancouver’s Chinatown  designated as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage site, because of its outstanding universal value.

The Province of British Columbia and the City of Vancouver are joining together to have Vancouver’s Chinatown designated as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage site, because of its outstanding universal value.

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10 years ago, a Haida pole near the US/Canada border was removed without ceremony or appropriate consultation. <br /><br />Tomorrow, three First Nations and the provincial government will come together in cooperation and reconciliation to raise a replica Haida pole on Semiahmoo First Nation traditional territory, at Peace Arch Provincial Park. <br /><br />The pole will be raised in accordance with the cultures and traditions of the Semiahma, Kwakwaka’wakw and Haida peoples.

10 years ago, a Haida pole near the US/Canada border was removed without ceremony or appropriate consultation. <br /><br />Tomorrow, three First Nations and the provincial government will come together in cooperation and reconciliation to raise a replica Haida pole on Semiahmoo First Nation traditional territory, at Peace Arch Provincial Park. <br /><br />The pole will be raised in accordance with the cultures and traditions of the Semiahma, Kwakwaka’wakw and Haida peoples.

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