Category Archives: Mount Newton

Indifference; what is the value or worth?

BROOM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUCCESSION | 2021-22 ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱/John Dean Provincial Park 2021 exceptionalism has made the park broom-free. The result is the way ahead for new volunteers has been eased (fresh starts). 11 of 11 broom zones are mint; End-2021 the broom zones were totally cleared; 55 hrs per year is required to maintain the achievement. […]

Menetiye on CBC

Beaches and Mountains, 16:00 – 23:00 Wonderfully shares and explains: Saanich / W̱SÁNEĆ Mount Newton / ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ Ancient stories How the mountain received its name 13 moons and teaching through songs The relationship to the homeland Beaches and Mountains | Live Radio | CBC Listen

me-si’-ka Illahie

Today (2 Aug 21) on CBC’s the Early Edition, a panel discussed renaming British Columbia. Me-si’-ka Illahie (Our land) or Illahie Chuck (Land and Water)   An excerpt from the parks 100th book, John Dean 21: ILLAHIE TRANSLATES FROM CHINOOK AS COUNTRY, LAND, EARTH AND SOIL Today at Ƚ/JDP, the Chinook name Illahie is prominently […]

JOHN DEAN 21

The centennial of ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ / John Dean 1st Donated BC Park Established: December 9, 1921 | 2021 Centennial Contact Jarrett for a complementary copy PDF or Epub jarrettteague@yahoo.ca CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF THE PARK, the ancient history of ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ (Place of Refuge) is explored and the centenary of John Dean’s unique gift is contemplated. Only […]

Forest Fuel Load Treatment

Updated 31 Oct 21: Trail Closures for Wildfire Fuel Treatment November 1 – December 3, 2021 For the safety of visitors, sections of the Barrett Monfort Trail will be closed near the east boundary of the park, limiting travel. BC Wildfire Service is conducting tree falling, and controlled pile burning will take place. BC Forest […]

JOHN DEAN’S 1921 DECISION

The Creation of a Flagship Provincial Park In 1921, John Dean protected his amazing untouched property by creating Dean Park (80 acres). At this time, the slopes of ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱/Mount Newton had not been logged or touched by mankind. There were no highways, airport or ferries and the nearby population was very small. The ecosystem of […]

Andrew Mitchell

Andrew Smith Mitchell, 28 Jul 47 – 6 Nov 20 https://www.tributearchive.com/obituaries/18885816/Andrew-Smith-MITCHELL Andrew Mitchell Obituary (2020) – The Times Colonist (legacy.com)   Andrew has been visiting the park since the mid-80s. I first met Andrew in September 2002, shortly after he retired from the Forest Service. Within a few years he became a regular walker on […]

Pronunciation and Definition

ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ (Clay will nook) ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ is the traditional name for Mount Newton ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ means Place of Refuge/Escape/Healing ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ is best pronounced as Clay will nook 1921-1936 DEAN PARK 1936-1957 JOHN DEAN PARK 1957-2019 JOHN DEAN PROVINCIAL PARK 2019-current ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱/JOHN DEAN PROVINCIAL PARK  

The Mt. Rainier Sign, 25 Aug 20

L/JDP 100 – We’re now experiencing the 100th anniversary of ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱/John Dean Provincial Park. The scope of this anniversary ranges between 2018 and 2021. 100 Years ago today, John Dean created a sign for those visiting the summit… Mt. Rainier >>> 150 miles away, 14,408 Ft. High A century later, the trail signs throughout the park shine… […]

RETIREMENT OF PO2 JARRETT TEAGUE

Subject: RETIREMENT OF PO2 JARRETT TEAGUE, SUPP TECH   R 052048Z AUG 20 FM NFSP ESQUIMALT BT UNCLAS CSUP 023 SUBJ: RETIREMENT OF PO2 JARRETT TEAGUE, SUPP TECH ON 12 SEP 20, AFTER 28 YEARS OF LOYAL AND DEDICATED SERVICE, PO2 JARRETT TEAGUE WILL  RETIRE FROM THE CAF. IN 1992, AGE 17, JARRETT FIRST ENROLLED INTO […]

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