Const. Troy Derrick will share First Nations culture and insights at Semiahmoo Library Nov. 2.

South Surrey officer returns to share more First Nations history

Const. Troy Derrick will present No Blame, No Shame on Nov. 2 at Semiahmoo Library.

A South Surrey RCMP constable who shared insights on local First Nations culture during an event at the Semiahmoo Library last spring is returning next month to elaborate on the topic.

Const. Troy Derrick will present No Blame, No Shame from 2-3:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at the 1815 152 St. library.

Derrick, who is Gitxsan, is a member of the First Nations Community Police Services and passionate about First Nations history.

His presentation will include personal stories about the history of his family and First Nations life in B.C., and an opportunity for participants to ask questions.

To register, visit the library or call 604-592-6908.


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