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The First Nations Winter Feast provides a snap shot of Canada’s First Peoples. Guests often arrive eager to see Ambassadors in regalia, hear drumming, and taste cuisine that is authentically Indigenous. We also realize that guests are somewhat unsure of what to expect, though they are keen to learn...

Curated by Mixhaltsa7 Alison Pascal, Lil’wat Nation, AMBASSADORS is the first exhibit of its kind at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre. At first glance, stunning environmental portraits of Cultural Ambassadors who worked at the SLCC during the winter 2018.19 season fill Gallery 3. A handful...

Standing proudly, overlooking the Great Hall, the traditional carvings represent the families of our Nations.  They all have different functions and stories attached to them. The miniature house post stands overlooking both the Gift Shop & Gallery and the Great Hall which is designed after the...

The Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre is excited to share news of an award related to Cultural Journey. The 2014 International Bridge Conference awarded the Arthur C. Hayden Medal to Hatch Mott MacDonald for a single recent outstanding achievement in bridge engineering demonstrating vision and innovation...

The retail team at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre(SLCC) proudly accepted Aboriginal Tourism B.C's Retail Company of the Year award for their ongoing work to support First Nations artists and cultural revitalization activities....

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