FMCBC is committed to working respectfully and in truth, with Indigenous Peoples and communities

The FMCBC is committed to advancing reconciliation and renewing the relationship with Indigenous peoples through respect, cooperation, and partnership. FMCBC President Liz Bicknell attended a National Day of Truth and Reconciliation event at St Ann’s Academy in Victoria, presented by SNIWWOC (Support Network for Indigenous Women and Women of Colour). The acclaimed documentary “We Were Children” by Tim Wolochatiuk was shown. It’s told through the eyes of two [...]

2023-10-02T14:39:41-07:00October 2nd, 2023|FMCBC News|0 Comments

Dave King, Caledonia Ramblers member and FMCBC Director, Citizen of the Year

Written by Mark Nielsen Dave King, a long-time member of the Caledonia Ramblers and a familiar face to the Federation of Mountain Clubs of British Columbia has been named a Citizen of the Year in his home community. The Prince George Community Foundation has bestowed the honour on Dave for his contributions to outdoor recreation in B.C.'s Central Interior - and they are many. If you are a [...]

2023-03-13T13:19:17-07:00March 13th, 2023|Blog, FMCBC News|0 Comments
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