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Mother Earth,” shot on Líl̓wat Territory, wins Crankworx “Dirt Diaries”

"Mother Earth," shot on Líl̓wat Territory, wins Crankworx “Dirt Diaries” Damien Vergez’s breathtaking mountain biking film, “Mother Earth” has taken top prize at this year’s Crankworx Dirt Diaries. The film, which explores First Nations’ connection [...]

Ground Breaking Ceremony Held for New Health and Healing Centre

 New Health and Healing Centre To Be Completed by 2021 Kúkwpi7 Skalúlmecw Chief Dean Nelson speaks at ground breaking ceremony for new health centre. Community members, Elders, leaders, and health partners participated in [...]

What Clan are you from?

What Clan are you from? A message from Kúkwpi7 Skalúlmecw Chief Dean Nelson Before Colonialism, Líl̓wat7u̓l had to have been  lead by several clans and or family systems, some of the clans: Wolf Clan, Grizzly [...]

Congratulations to Councillors Kík7ak Helena Edmonds and Lhpatq Maxine Bruce

Áma nscwákekwmíntsina! (Congratulations!) It is with great pride that Líl̓wat Nation congratulates Councillors Kík7ak Helena Edmonds and Lhpatq Maxine Bruce on their graduation from the Indigenous Community Development and Governance Diploma program. Councillor Kík7ak [...]

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Today is the Final Day for the Moving Sale at Lilwat7ul Culture Center. We will be closing at the end of today for the next 2 weeks to move to our new center. ... See MoreSee Less

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"Mother Earth," shot on Líl̓wat Territory, wins Crankworx “Dirt Diaries”

Damien Vergez’s breathtaking mountain biking film, “Mother Earth” has taken top prize at this year’s Crankworx Dirt Diaries. The film, which explores First Nations’ connection to the land through the lens of protecting Mother Earth, features local cultural performers Alex Wells, Daniel Wells, Jenice Wells, Oyiyek Wells, and Ted Bonaparte.

Six filmmakers were featured in Dirt Diaries, with short films that ran four to six minutes in long. The filmmakers began production on June 1, with their films being shown on the big screen at Whistler Olympic Plaza on Tuesday, August 14.
“Mother Earth” was co-produced by Native Thunder and Fast Focus.

To view “Mother Earth” click on the link below: below: www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=357&v=zAtU4c4oW-cyoutube.com
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