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332 Water Street, Unit 200
Vancouver, BC V6B 1B6

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Closed: Christmas Day; Boxing Day; New Year's Day

Near Skytrain station - Waterfront

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Live Auction: Gala Event to honour Grand Chief Edward John

Live Auction: Gala Event to honour Grand Chief Edward John

March 29, 2011 A Gala dinner will be held to honour Grand Chief Edward John for his lifetime achievements as he has recently been appointed by the United Nations as more ...

March 29, 2011 A Gala dinner will be held to honour Grand Chief Edward John for his lifetime achievements as he has recently been appointed by the United Nations as the Representative for all Indigenous Peoples of North America.

This affair will be held at Vancouver's Four Seasons Hotel and aired live on APTN.

For the live auction, Coastal Peoples Gallery has donated Nature's Dream - a serigraph by internationally-renowned Coast Salish artist Susan Point.

Proceeds from the auction will benefit the local four nations (Musqueam, Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Katsie) in support of the Aboriginal House Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters Program, which has been supported since it's inception by Grand Chief Edward John.

Hosted by Aboriginal HIPPY - a non-profit organization that supports Aboriginal families in achieving their fullest potential - www.hippycanada.ca.

We welcome you to watch this event on April 7th on APTN - check your local listings for channel and times.

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