The 2022 BC Reconciliation Award Recipients

It is my great honour to share the six recipients of the second BC Reconciliation Award, recognizing those who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to furthering Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples in the province of British Columbia. 

Nominations Open for the 2022 BC Reconciliation Award

Nominations are now open for the 2022 BC Reconciliation Award, presented in partnership with the BC Achievement Foundation.

Announcing the Recipients of the BC Reconciliation Award

Honouring individuals and organizations have shown extraordinary leadership & meaningful action, while inspiring others to continue Reconciliation efforts.

Introducing the British Columbia Reconciliation Award

Today, in partnership with the BC Achievement Foundation, we launch the British Columbia Reconciliation Award to recognize individuals and organizations who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, integrity, respect and commitment to furthering reconciliation or inspired others to continue reconciliation efforts.

Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day, recognizing the heritage, culture and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada.

The Artistic Legacy of BC’s First Indigenous Lieutenant Governor

The pole Hosaqami greets all visitors to Government House. Carved by Chief Tony Hunt, with help from the Honourable Steven Point, it’s an iconic sight. But did you know this is the second Hosaqami?

On Democracy, Reconciliation, Diversity and Inclusion: Introducing My Three Key Themes

Every Lieutenant Governor outlines themes to guide their term in office. Learn more about the Honourable Janet Austin’s three key themes