Our Culture Lives in the Land

Kitlope KlootchmonIndigenous Peoples have a connection to the land. Often, in discussions about Indigenous People and the history of Canada, the idea that Indigenous people make a living off the land is relegated to a sentimental and romanticized view of a time before written history. In fact, Indigenous people still maintain a connection to the land, as it is inherent to the culture, identity, history and spirituality. Despite many hardships and changes, the Indigenous cultures of Canada have survived and in doing so, the land continues to be central.

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