The Valley Roundup: The Reach wins again, Mission festival is back, legacy spaces program

A photo taken outside of the reach gallery museum
The Reach Gallery and museum. Photo courtesy of Abby news
Stephen Munga - CIVL - AbbotsfordBC | 24-05-2022
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Reporting from Canada’s original #1 campus radio station, on unceded and traditional stó:lō territory.


Abbotsford Reconciliation project wins Governor General’s Award

This project teaches students the story of when Sumas lake, now Sumas prairie, which flooded in the fall causing local and international agricultural and transportation disasters; was thriving and seeks to create a conversation about the ongoing effects of colonialism in the community.


Mission folk music festival is back!

The 35th annual folk festival begins on July 22nd.


Building on the Downie-Wenjack Legacy 

Centred around finding new ways to bring Indigenous perspectives into classrooms and workplaces, the DWF hopes the national shift of awareness about residential schools creates a lasting impact and a desire for change. 


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