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Lytton mining sites recognized by Heritage BC
The application for the special designation was primarily the work of John Haugen at the Nlaka'pamux Nation Tribal Council (NNTC). Tawnya Collins in the NNTC office helped John piece together the detailed application, and Sara Ling, Henry Chu, and ...
Canada's Election Had Hashtags A Plenty During This Campaign
I'm Nlaka'pamux and I am voting! #FNRTV. — Bevin Avlier (@MrsAvlier) September 10, 2015.
Documentary on Inuit women's tattoos may get wider release
A Inuk filmmaker says she is finally ready to release her film to wider audiences after years of being hesitant to screen her documentary on traditional Inuit tattooing to non-Inuit audiences for fear of cultural appropriation.
Indigenous Ink Festival celebrates culture and heritage
Today, Mr Kaszas is far more proud of his Nlaka'pamux heritage and has made a living revitalising the First Nations people's traditional tattoo style and methods bringing them from the brink of extinction.
Art exhibits this week
Tattoo artist Dion Kaszas is seeking participants and a helper when he will be skin stitch tattooing earth lines — as per the Nlaka'pamux tradition — during the opening of his exhibit at Gallery 101 on Oct. 31.

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