These Archival Photos of First Nations in B.C. Shine a Light on Traditional Daily Life
The Royal BC Museum is digitizing more than 20,000 photos of Indigenous communities, with help from FortisBC.
Food and Drink
Cornucopia Celebrates Indigenous Local Food and Wine
New to the table this year: Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre hosts a special four-course lunch.
Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art
Into the Raven’s nest.
It is the country’s only public gallery dedicated to the Indigenous art of this region.
Listen and believe.
As the host of CBC Radio’s “The Next Chapter,” Shelagh Rogers has a voice that people pay attention to. And she is using it to tell the stories of those who too often have been left unheard.
A new year.
The Nisga’a people of Northwestern British Columbia come together every year to celebrate the waxing crescent moon and the end of winter.
Salish Weavers Janice George and Buddy Joseph
To date, George and Joseph, along with their students, have taught more than 2,500 people to weave.
Quaaout Lodge & Spa At Talking Rock Golf Resort
Offering authentic Indigenous experiences deep in B.C.’s interior.
Marie Clements and “The Road Forward”
A powerful package that does not flinch from the issues that face First Nations people in British Columbia.