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The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in Whistler is now accepting applications for ten spaces for the Aboriginal Youth Ambassador (AYA) program. This twelve week paid training begins September 6, 2017. The AYA is an immersive cultural and business program that teaches the foundations of business...

This drawing (above) of the Lil’wat Landscape can be found on the floor at the SLCC and was painted by Lil’wat Nations Cultural Technician, Johnny Yaqalatqa7 ‘Weather Changer’ Jones. It is a replica of an actual pictograph painted by Lil’wat Nation Medicine Man, John Sky...

During mythological times Siy’ám’ Smánit (The Stawamus Chief, in Squamish BC) was a longhouse. A Tl’a7áshen-Feast was held inside with all of the animal people as guests. Xaays-Transformer Brothers immortalized this event by turning both the guests and the longhouse into stone. The longhouse is still visible...

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