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Copper and COVID-19

Copper and COVID-19

New Britannia Mine Museum exhibit explores metal's history as treatment
North Vancouver true crime writer launches cold case podcast

North Vancouver true crime writer launches cold case podcast

First episode centres on unsolved murder of woman in the 1940s
The drive to preserve the Lil’wat language

The drive to preserve the Lil’wat language

New mobile recording studio is contributing to efforts to ensure the Ucwalmícwts language flourishes
TIME TRAVELLER: First Nations canoe culture is kept alive

TIME TRAVELLER: First Nations canoe culture is kept alive

This photo shows a group of Skwxwu7mesh (Squamish) men - Dan Kí7ḵes, ‘Old’ Julian, Willie Baker, and Steven Antone - at Eslha7án̓ (Mission Reserve), with a newly made canoe, circa 1912.
Despite the pandemic, the Squamish Wind Festival will blow into town this summer

Despite the pandemic, the Squamish Wind Festival will blow into town this summer

Distance Together Event Series remains family-friendly — and free
Squamish's Anthill Films produces short with National Film Board

Squamish's Anthill Films produces short with National Film Board

60 Day Cycle explores Vancouver during COVID-19's early days
Out East spent quarantine wisely

Out East spent quarantine wisely

Find Squamish band's debut EP He's on all streaming platforms in early July
TIME TRAVELLER: Basket weaving an important part of local First Nations history

TIME TRAVELLER: Basket weaving an important part of local First Nations history

This photo from the 1970s shows Eva May Nahanee with examples of her basketry work and bundles of raw cedar roots. Traditionally, all local Indigenous women were taught to make baskets from a very early age.
NORTH SHORE SHAKEDOWN: A moviegoer's guide to all theatres in North and West Vancouver history

NORTH SHORE SHAKEDOWN: A moviegoer's guide to all theatres in North and West Vancouver history

Mischief, matinees and murder: North Shore movie houses have seen it all
Quarantunes offers aural snapshot of pandemic

Quarantunes offers aural snapshot of pandemic

Hear Sea to Sky talent on new Vancouver compilation album