Jericho Beach

Thomas Banyacya delivers Hopi prophecy at Habitat ’76

Given what is transpiring across Canada on native lands, across the US from Standing Rock to Oregon, and across the world, it seems a good time to revisit the words of Thomas Banyacya of the Hopi delivered at Habitat Forum

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Thomas Banyacya delivers Hopi prophecy at Habitat ’76

Given what is transpiring across Canada on native lands, across the US from Standing Rock to Oregon, and across the world, it seems a good time to revisit the words of Thomas Banyacya of the Hopi delivered at Habitat Forum

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Goodbye to Jim MacNeill, Habitat I Commissioner General, April 22, 1928 – March 5, 2016

Dear friends of Habitat ’76, My friend Jim MacNeill, who served as Commissioner General of Habitat I (the 1976 UN Habitat Conference on Human Settlements) and was one of the key intellectual and administrative forces behind it, died in Ottawa

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Goodbye to Jim MacNeill, Habitat I Commissioner General, April 22, 1928 – March 5, 2016

Dear friends of Habitat ’76, My friend Jim MacNeill, who served as Commissioner General of Habitat I (the 1976 UN Habitat Conference on Human Settlements) and was one of the key intellectual and administrative forces behind it, died in Ottawa

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Wishing for an alternative to Parks Board’s new Jericho Beach plan

Jericho wharf, currently under demolition, is visible here through the gap between the two buildings, there where you see the ocean. The beautiful Bill Reid-adorned hangar sits where the chain-link fence sailboat enclosure is located now. There were also two

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Wishing for an alternative to Parks Board’s new Jericho Beach plan

Jericho wharf, currently under demolition, is visible here through the gap between the two buildings, there where you see the ocean. The beautiful Bill Reid-adorned hangar sits where the chain-link fence sailboat enclosure is located now. There were also two

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