WSANEC settler education page offers resources on Indigenous territories, language

The WSANEC Leadership Council wants to help non-Indigenous residents understand more about the traditional territories, language and history of First Nations in the area. (Photo courtesy of the WSANEC Leadership Council/Twitter)
Territory acknowledgments, history lessons offered to help reconciliation efforts

 

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