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Keyoh NEWS

MAIYOO KEYOH SOCIETY is always interested in promoting the charitable work we do. If you would like to stay informed about everything happening at MAIYOO KEYOH SOCIETY, including the latest news, upcoming events, and fundraising activities, check out the latest below. We do our best to update our section with the newest and latest so you’re in the know.

MEDIA ADVISORY

MAIYOO KEYOH SOCIETY REPATRIATION CEREMONY:

SUSK’UZ HEADDRESS EXHIBIT OPENING

November 18, 2022

Join the Maiyoo Keyoh Society on December 3rd, 2022, at 10:00 am for the Meet and Greet followed by 1:00 PM for the grand opening of the Susk'uz Headdress Exhibit at The Exploration Place in Prince George, BC.

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NEWS RELEASE

MAIYOO KEYOH SOCIETY Website Launched TODAY

October 14, 2022

MAIYOO KEYOH SOCIETY LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

The Society has launched a fully redesigned website that offers a richer insight into the Maiyoo Keyoh Society.

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IN THE MEDIA

Repatriation Discussion w/ Maiyoo Keyoh Society

May 2021

In this podcast, Leia Patterson, BCMA Learning Resource Coordinator, is joined by Chief Petra Munroe from the Maiyoo Keyoh Society, a 2020 Repatriation Grant recipient, to discuss their community’s repatriation work.

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IN THE MEDIA

Student Shares Story of Family Title Claim

November 29, 2017

When second-year TRU Law student Charlotte Munroe stood in front of a class recently, she was not making a regular presentation. Munroe, along with her sister Seraphine and father Jim, were special guests in Associate Professor Katie Sykes‘ Property Law class.

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IN THE MEDIA

Traditional Recognition and Forestry's Involvement in Indigenous Research

Summer 2017

For one First Nations family in central British Columbia, May 15th, 2017, marked a significant moment that was over a hundred years in the making. A headdress, known to the fam ily as their ancestral fam ily chief's symbol of jurisdiction over their family territory, was found at the Royal Ontario Museum in Apri l 2017.

UBC Branchlines 28#2 2017

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IN THE MEDIA

Reconnecting With Their Ancestors

June 03, 2017

The descendants of a central British Columbia First Nations chief recently had their first look at the ceremonial regalia he wore near1y 140 years ago. Jim Munroe and his family from Prince George made the trip to Toronto in May to view the headdress.

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NEWS RELEASE

BC First Nation People See Symbol of Their Ancestors' Jurisdiction

May 16, 2017

BC First Nation People See Symbol of Their Ancestors' Jurisdiction Earlier this week, the descendants of a central British Columbia First Nation Chief had their first look at ceremonial regalia he wore nearly 140 years ago.

UPDATE: MKS

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