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The SLCC is proud to host Chief Dan George – Actor and Activist, opening Wednesday, July 10, 2024, a touring exhibition created by MONOVA: Museum and Archives of North Vancouver. The exhibit explores the life and legacy of Tsleil-Waututh Chief Dan George (1899 - 1981), including...

  Updated July 10, 2024 – The start date and Log Blessing for the Salish Summer Carving Series will begin on Thursday, July 11 at 11 am.    Over the summer of 2024, the SLCC welcomes guests to experience the Summer Salish Carving Series featuring Lil’wat Nation Master...

  DECLARATION OF THE LILLOOET TRIBES This exhibition shares the history of the Chiefs of eleven communities that came together to sign the Declaration of the Lillooet Tribes, on May 10, 1911. These St̓at̓y̓emc Nation communities including the Lil’wat Nation share the same culture and language with...

Ta na wa Yúus ta Stitúyntsam̓ / skel7áw̓lh The Person Who Protects the Land / Steward of the Land   The Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Úxwumixw and Líl̓wat7úl have been caring for their territory since the beginning of their creation stories. Their stories are written on the land, they use their...

[vc_separator type="transparent" thickness="5"] We often say that the beauty of this land is “untouched”. Vast mountains, rivers, creatures, and forests served up for people to visit, live and play on. But it is not untouched, rather it has been touched so very well, cared for by...

The SLCC is hosting live carving for the Salish Summer Carving Series, with Master Carver Xwalacktun (Rick Harry – Sḵwx̱wú7mesh / Kwakwak’wakw / Namgis), mentoring SLCC Apprentice Brandon Hall (Sḵwx̱wú7mesh / Squamish Nation) from June 21 – September 3rd, 2023. ...

Experience the feature Unceded Photography Exhibition at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre in Whistler this winter through October 8, 2023. UNCEDED: S7ULH TEMÍXW / TI TMICWKÁLHA / OUR LAND - A photographic Journey into Belonging. ...