A First Nations Art Work Stolen From UVIC Law Has Been Recovered

Doug Jasinski

A firs nations cedar carving that was recently stolen from the UVIC Law building (my alma mater!) has been recovered by police after a mysterious “man in black” tossed the object wrapped in blankets in the doorway of a local business. Full story from CBC via the link below.

The piece was commissioned by the Faculty of Law and was created in 1995-96 and was proudly displayed by the university for 20 years.

Source: CBC



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