Hosted by the Lək̓ʷəŋən Peoples, the gathering will bring people from around the region together to deepen understanding of our shared history, reminding us that we are not alone on this journey.

Na'tsa'maht is a Salish phrase that means "working together as one".

The gathering will begin at 10am with a welcome to the land and remarks from local Chiefs and other dignitaries. Throughout the day we’ll hear stories, enjoy traditional songs, drumming, dancing, art and paddling, share food, and participate in activities that bring us all together to create connections and build community.

Join us at the Royal Beach Park on Metchosin Road at Latoria Boulevard on September 30th from 10am to 4pm and be part of creating the path toward understanding, hope and connection for the next generation.