. Amnesty International has stressed that addressing biodiversity issues is crucial for climate justice – but this must centre around Indigenous peoples' rights. Partnering with indigenous-led organizations like MCC helps realize this justice and works towards a brighter future. #Biodiversity #COP15 #Sustainability #Musqueam #IndigineousCanada...

. Calling all Musqueam artists! We are now accepting Expressions of Interest for a Public Art Opportunity at Urban Fare leləḿ, due Thursday, January 26th, 2023 (4pm).This is an open call to Musqueam artists including youth and elders. Emerging, mid-career artists and established artists and designers...

. Diversity is an essential characteristic for many industries, and the film industry is no exception. Now, the First Nations-led Willingdon Lands development looks to develop more than just housing units in Burnaby – it will also include the construction of an Indigenous-focused film academy.21 acres...

. Get a glimpse of the magical and fantastical with "Reawakening: Songs of (the) Pacific Chorus" by Thomas Cannell and Kelly Cannell. These pierced aluminum frog figures are grouped in clusters and capture that nostalgic feeling of childhood – playing in the forest and hearing the...

. Musqueam Nations members Kwes' Kwestin, Nolan Charles, and Terry Sparrow have partnered with Southwest Contracting Ltd. to launch siyeýe – a ""go-to place"" for companies to partner with First Nations contractors. siyeýe is a way to give Indigenous peoples a voice in the civil construction...

. On September 17 , a collection of Indigenous speakers, artists, musicians and dancers came together at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts in Vancouver to celebrate their heritage. ʔəm̓ i ce:p xʷiwəl (Come Toward the Fire) is an Indigenous-led celebration of creativity, brilliance, culture,...

. Google Canada plans to allocate $2.7 million toward grants for helping Indigenous Peoples prepare for tech jobs and teaching media literacy to underrepresented communities.The U.S. tech giant says more than $1.3 million will be given to Winnipeg professional development and training charity ComIT to close...

. Canada Line Bridge hosts Indigenous murals Three xʷməθkʷəy̓əm artists were selected: Mack Paul, Diamond Point, and Hailee Stogan. Each artist created an original digital mural reflecting the past, present, and future of the region, through the lens of colonialism and reconciliation. #Musqueam#UBCVancouver#UBC#Vancouvercanada...

. Meet The Team: Camille is a Musqueam community member who joined MCC with several years of customer service and administrative experience gained in various industries.Camille completed her education at LaSalle College with a Diploma in Fashion Merchandise and Marketing. She first joined the MCC team...