By Eugene Boulanger

Last week, Ejemen and I had an opportunity to visit Wade Grant at his community on the Musqueam Reserve. While we were there, Wade spoke to us about the value of community, of cultural sharing, and of mutual understanding between First Nations, Urban Aboriginals, and non-Aboriginal peoples. Wade shared how he’s seen these things beginning to form in Vancouver through initiatives like the Dialogues Project.

Wade also shared his hopes for Dialogues Youth Vancouver, as well as some insight into the importance of developing healthy relations with our neighbors as we watch the youth become the future leaders of our country.

Wade Grant Speaks to Why He Supports Dialogue With First Nations from Vancouver Dialogues Project on Vimeo.

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