VICTORIA – BC Ferries is proud to display new Indigenous artwork at its Mill Bay terminal. Following a small fire that damaged an outdoor enclosure at the terminal last spring, BC Ferries worked withMalahat Nation to refresh the property and is pleased to showcase the results with new artwork from the local community.Jeremy and Jordan Harry of Malahat Nation created artwork on two panels displayed on the terminal’s wooden enclosure. The first design depicts a rendering of two killer whales breaching as theyhunt for salmon with the moon above. The second design is the symbol of Malahat Nation withmountains, the sun and a canoe, representing water people. Together, the panels display earth, sky andlife.“The artwork of Malahat Nation is a wonderful addition to our Mill Bay terminal,” said MarkWilson, Vice President of Strategy & Community Engagement at BC Ferries. “The designs of Jeremyand Jordan Harry are striking. They have captured many beautiful elements of the local area in which weoperate.”“We are proud to showcase our artwork at the Mill Bay terminal,” said artist Jordan Harry. “Ourdesign is a representation of our community and we are pleased to share it with BC Ferries and the manytravellers that pass through the terminal.”BC Ferries also wishes to recognize and thank the Mill Bay Fire Department for their responseto the fire at Mill Bay terminal.