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Our forests have a limited amount of cedar trees available to harvest, and we have recently heard from our Nation’s master weavers that cedar trees are being over harvested for their inner cedar bark. In an effort to conserve and sustain this precious resource, the...

Two weeks ago, social distancing (now 'physical distancing', because we need to socially support one another by phone, FaceTime, and other social platforms) wasn't a term many (if any) of us were familiar with, and now our close-knit SLCC Family is coping with the reality...

On Friday, March 20, the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre welcomes Whistler locals, visitors, and school groups to view a short documentary film that provides a glimpse into the lives of the 300 indigenous youth from across Canada that took part in the opening ceremonies for...

One of the most frequently asked questions at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre (SLCC) is why this location was chosen to build our museum. The Cultural Ambassadors’ (our front line staff) typically respond by highlighting the designated parkland across the street, Lost Lake Park, maintaining...

SALISH WOOL WEAVING WORKSHOP Learn the traditional techniques of Salish Wool Weaving! Wool Weaving is an integral part of the rich cultural history of the Coastal Nations and historically involved gathering, spinning and weaving mountain goat wool. Blankets and headbands are worn for protection of...

January 16, 2016 in Whistler, Facilitated by Squamish Nation's Chief Janice George The land, our Mother, provides for us.  We have collaborated with our Mother since the beginning of our time, she has provided what we need, and we have taken care of her.  I will talk...

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