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51) Initially comprised of three commissioners accompanied by a census taker, the JIRC began its work in November 1876 and turned first to the Musqueam and Squamish communities at the mouth of the Fraser River and around Burrard Inlet.
An 1880 survey defined an 80-acre Kitsilano Reserve, the southern half of which had been allotted by the colonial government in the 1860s, the northern half by the JIRC in 1876.
During the meeting, Father Nabil explained JIRC
regularly hosts western groups visiting Jordan, and develops educational exchange programs to promote values of peaceful interfaith coexistence.