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Event Archive - iHope (Indigenous Healing our People Everywhere) 2016: Buffy Sainte-Marie, Susan Aglukark , André Ménard, Murray Potter, Coastal Wolfpack

Thu. November 17th 2016 The Vogue Theatre (All Ages)
7:00 pm doors at 6:30 pm
$60-75
Tickets at: The Vogue Theatre
Presented by: NationTalk, First Nations Health Managers Association , Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
This is a musical event to celebrate Indigenous life, resilience, and reconciliation, iHope (Indigenous Healing our People Everywhere) 2016, inaugural benefit concert. iHope has been created to provide a musical event to celebrate life promotion and suicide prevention. The celebration of life promotion will be held at the historic Vogue Theatre in beautiful Vancouver, BC on Thursday, November 17th, 2016. Join leaders in bringing worldwide awareness to suicide prevention through messages of Indigenous resilience, life promotion, and reconciliation. iHope bridges the First Nations Health Managers National Annual Conference and the WeBelong International Forum on life promotion to address Indigenous suicide, bringing together health leaders from across the world.

The facts are staggering; the suicide rate for Indigenous peoples is five to seven times higher than it is for other Canadians. iHope will shine a light on life promotion. We invite you to help us contribute to the shared message of hope. Music can be healing, and music will bring our nations together in celebration. Join us for this historic and musical event!

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Buffy Sainte-Marie

Buffy Sainte-Marie was a graduating college senior in 1962 and hit the ground running in the early the Sixties, after the beatniks and before the hippies. All alone she toured North America's colleges, reservations and concert halls, meeting both huge acclaim and huge misperception from audiences and record companies who expected Pocahontas in frin... more info