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The exhibition introduces visitors to residential schools but it does not tell the whole story. It is a starting for the students that attended the schools to tell their story. The exhibition promotes public awareness understanding and education of the history and legacy of residential...

We treasure all the teachings from our Elders. We are proud to walk in their footsteps. Our permanent exhibit is dedicated to the core of our culture; ceremony, language, regalia, and stories told through different mediums....

Our stone tools are a direct link to our Ancestors. They are passed from one generation to the next. You will see a variety of objects crafted thousands of years ago by our professionals. This work provided physical and spiritual protection to enable us to...

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Our connection to this place is deep and reaches back before recorded time. Learn about the craft & culture of canoe making. Meet our head canoe carver Sésiyam Ray Natraoro, he shares his connection to canoes, how he chooses a single tree and transforms it...

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Take a step back in time. Explore the Sea-to-Sky Corridor through archival photographs and learn legends of the Squamish Nation. Meet our Ancestors, our family who inspires us as Aboriginal Youth Ambassadors....

This exhibition is a partnership between National Geographic, Airbus and the UN Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). In support of the Green Wave initiative, the exhibition is designed to raise awareness among young people about the importance of biodiversity-the rich variety of...

We are the people of the land. Our culture is a reflection of it. As the world around us changes and grows, so do our nations. As Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Úxumixw and L̓il̓wat7ulh we walk in two worlds both traditional and contemporary....

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