These were the most read posts of the winter. Did you see them?

We've compiled a report of what's been happening on the Wellness Almanac from January - March  - feel free to take a peek here: Wellness Almanac Q1 2018 We started the year with an acknowledgement to the original drafters of the Winds of Change’s healing vision, back in 2004, and a reminder that this is a … Continue reading These were the most read posts of the winter. Did you see them?

On the one year anniversary of March 24-29 Naskan Uxwal walk, we revisit Tat7ush Peters’ article

  We have been re-sharing some of Tat7ush Peters' Question columns at the Wellness Almanac, with her permission. Last year, she explained the Naskan Uxwal walk, and to acknowledge the one year anniversary of that event, we repost that story today. “Naskan Uxwal” a “reclaiming our spirit” walk from the Kamloops Indian Residential School to … Continue reading On the one year anniversary of March 24-29 Naskan Uxwal walk, we revisit Tat7ush Peters’ article

Coming at Valentine’s Day from a different angle: Tat7ush invites us to stay woke

Lil’watémclhkan Ts’ila ts7a: February is a time for remembering Today, we revisit Tat7ush' February 8 2016 column in the Whistler Question, because, February is still a time for remembering the many missing and murdered indigenous women.  by Tat7ush (Theresa Peters)   February is a month for remembering loved ones in different ways, especially on Valentine’s … Continue reading Coming at Valentine’s Day from a different angle: Tat7ush invites us to stay woke

Progress on the istken at the Ts’zil Learning Centre: a few photos to blow your mind

The Ts̓zil Learning Centre in Mount Currie provides excellent adult learning opportunities for the Líl̓wat Nation and neighbouring communities. The learning philosophy is based in Líl̓wat cultural renewal, holistic learning, and personal growth, Ts̓zil has been offering a variety of academic and vocational training opportunities out of a small collection of old ATCO trailers. But not for much … Continue reading Progress on the istken at the Ts’zil Learning Centre: a few photos to blow your mind