We speak with T'ec Georgina Dan about her journey, finding her voice and the difference she wants to make with it.
Come to the wilds of the Callaghan Valley and meet Whistler's black bears as we explore our connection to these magnificent creatures.
From ancient mythology to art and cuisine, here are a few tips to broaden your understanding of Indigenous culture in the Whistler area.
The Local's List is a curated monthly guide of what's happening in Whistler; here it is for the month of February.
Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre hosts an acclaimed show of contemporary Indigenous Artists with work focusing on connections to the land through board sports.
In video #5 of the Why Whistler? series, we talk about building cultural bridges, mountains and mental health, and the importance of falling.
The Salish Stroll holds the secrets of the coastal temperate rainforest, discover what Insider, Nikkey learned on this new Whistler tour.
We caught up with cultural ambassador, performer, and carver, Q̓awām (Wolf) Redmond Andrews from the Lil'wat Nation to find out what it's like to be so closely connected with his community, and to pass on its stories to visitors and locals that come to the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre.
Dining with a difference – taking time out with the First Nations people of Whistler to make a different connection with the landscape.
When the summer solstice comes around, it’s time to honour the original locals of the Whistler area with a day of traditional celebrations led by the Squamish and Lil’wat First Nations.