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Irene Robinson, right, of Port Alberni joins visiting artists Jaimie Isaac, left, and Leah Decter in embroidering a Hudson’s Bay blanket as part of the installation (Official Denial) Trade Value in Progress. The blanket is part of a larger body of work that looks at historical and contemporary frameworks of settler colonialism in Canada from a critical settler perspective. - SONJA DRINKWATER/Alberni Valley News
Irene Robinson, right, of Port Alberni joins visiting artists Jaimie Isaac, left, and Leah Decter in embroidering a Hudson’s Bay blanket as part of the installation (Official Denial) Trade Value in Progress. The blanket is part of a larger body of work that looks at historical and contemporary frameworks of settler colonialism in Canada from a critical settler perspective.
— image credit: SONJA DRINKWATER/Alberni Valley News
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