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Skw̲xw̲ú7mesh (Squamish Nation) and Lílw̓at (Lil'wat Nation) leaders headline TEDxWhistler at the SLCC This month, the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre was host to TEDxWhistler's 2021 virtual event. Ambassadors sang their songs and welcomed speakers and organizers, under the backdrop of the SLCC's beautiful Great Hall....

Two Indigenous Youths featured in Whistler's "Every Child Matters" banner on Ted Nebbling bridge If you are driving or walking along Village Gate Boulevard today, you will see a new orange banner at Ted Nebbling Bridge. The banner, commissioned by the SLCC and the Resort Municipality...

Reflect on our history. Connect to the land September 30th will be a day of reflection, stories, learning, and contemplation at the SLCC. Admission will be free, thanks to the generous support of the Fairmont Chateau Whistler. The day will be filled with programming inside our...

A guide from the SLCC team Never stop learning! Participate in workshops! Read, listen, learn and share! Watch:    Whistler 101: Indigenous Peoples Read:       Land Acknowledgements in Whistler Learn:      Track progress on the 94 Calls to Action             Listen:       The Hon. Murray Sinclair shares his thoughts on reconciliation Participate: ...

Alternative title: The First Step. What are you doing right now? Reading this blog at home on your couch? At work? In a lunchroom or cafe? On a chairlift? In a park? Are you sitting on a bench along one of Whistler’s serene trails? Perhaps you’re...

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...

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