Mapping the Ground We Stand On

Mapping the Ground We Stand On An Interactive Workshop Exploring Indigenous and Settler Relationships   Developed by The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund, the Mapping Exercise lays out historical and contextual realities that Indigenous peoples in...

Kairos Blanket Exercise

Kairos Blanket Exercise This participatory workshop helps participants to understand how colonization of the land we now know as British Columbia and Canada has impacted the people who lived here long before settlers arrived. Through this exercise you will explore the...

syiyaya Days 2023

syiyaya Days 2023 This 11-day celebration of reconciliation within the shishalh swiya – syiyaya Days – will be celebrated June 21 – July 1, 2023.  Mark your calendar! This multi-day vent promises to be even better than last year. syíyaya Days began in 2022 with a...

We honour with deep gratitude that syiyaya’s logo was designed by shishalh artist Candace Campo.

The syiyaya Reconciliation Movement is honoured to be welcomed on the traditional and unceded swiya (homeland) of the shishalh people.
We endeavour to respond to this welcome with deep humility, gratitude and respect.

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