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Published on Feb 24, 2016
Ivan Rosypskye, a Heiltsuk carver and weaver and longtime Powell River resident brings a dead standing tree trunk to life with images of history, spirit, culture and life in Coast Salish territories. The pole lives on the grounds on the Anglican Church, within the Sycamore Commons community permaculture garden, a place of learning and sharing for all. While Ivan carves, members of the Tla'Amin Nation, the church, the gardeners, the local neighbourhood and the communities at large stop by and talk about what what reconciliation means. Hard realities of the past and present are faced, and hopes for the future are shared.