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Rewatch conversations with members of the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre's team, presented in partnership with Whistler Public Library. Whistler Public Library Program Coordinator, Jeanette Bruce, chatted with a different team member from the SLCC; learn how they came to work at the Centre, what a typical...

We've received numerous inquiries asking for guidance on how individuals can educate themselves on issues facing Indigenous peoples and resources to learn more about our peoples, art, and traditions. Here are a few recommendations:   THE KNOWLEDGE SEEKER Author: Blair Stonechild In The Knowledge Seeker, Blair Stonechild shares his sixty-year...

As we get closer to the beginning of summer, I am reminded of all the people who are graduating from milestones in their life. I think of our Indigenous Youth Ambassadors and how we were not able to celebrate their accomplishments together during the 12-week...

There are many inspiring attributes about the SLCC as a wedding venue, the most inspiring being personally determined by what speaks to a couple. There are a breadth of assets here that can be dressed up or down depending on a couple’s vision, and we’ve identified the following...

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...