We'll be closed July 1, 2022. We will, as always, be taking time to think about Canada's history as a colonizer, a refuge, a country proud of its diversity yet intolerant in so many ways. Our willingness to face our history, be accountable and strive to do better is what makes us happy to live here. Our unwillingness to make real, grounded, paradigm-shifting change is what drives us crazy.
We are very thankful to be allowed to stay here in Secwepemculew, and we intend to uphold that trust by continuing to cherish this land and work to protect it.