The Sisters Panel Begins to Take Shape!

In preparation for the opening of North Vancouver’s new Museum, artist Wade Baker is  creating a carved cedar panel that portrays the Coast Salish story of The Sisters. The carving will be displayed at the New Museum which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2019.  More

Climbing to the Clouds:

A People’s History of BC Mountaineering

Wander through this intriguing history; see the climbers, hear their voices, and view the mountains as your companion to adventure. Our story is of mountaineers, of how they were drawn to explore, map, enjoy, and fight to conserve peaks and wilderness areas in southwestern BC. More

Chief Dan George: Actor & Activist

Learn about the many ways in which Tsleil-Waututh Chief Dan George created a legacy for his community. Pictured above is a Takaya Dance Group member; a troupe which Dan George founded and is still active today. This exhibit also explores Dan George’s influence as an Indigenous peoples advocate.  More

It’s coming … a new museum on Esplanade in Lower Lonsdale.

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