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Indigenous Peoples and B.C. lead the way forward together

In British Columbia, there is a shared commitment to ensure that the province is a place where the inherent rights of Indigenous Peoples are recognized, and First Nations, Métis and Inuit people thrive.

Reconciliation is a provincial imperative, embedded in law, and there is real progress and change. In 2019, government collaborated with Indigenous Peoples to develop and pass the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act – the first legislation of its kind in Canada. This is the Province’s framework for implementing the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

Through this work, B.C. is building a province where Indigenous excellence, leadership, governance and self-determination is recognized and respected.

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Sheep Farming: What Our Days Look Like!

Video: Sheep Farming: What Our Days Look Like!

At Ewetopia Farms, we go through our daily chores as usual so you can see, on a daily basis, what our days look like! Every day presents something different, and there are always both learning and teaching opportunities. Feeding sheep, keeping things clean, and doing maintenance are all things you will see every day on our farm. This day Arnie had to do some pretty scary work fixing some barn lights. And, we will always spend some time enjoying the sheep one on one! So please join us as we do chores and visit with the sheep.