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  • Day of Secwentwecw brings city kids closer to the land

    KAMLOOPS - When you are learning about nature it doesn't really make sense to be holed up in a school gymnasium, so Stuart Wood Elementary students spent part of the day at Riverside Park learning about the Secwepemc and Nlaka’Pamux First Nations and what their beliefs and traditions can teach us today.
  • STAHN: Just stop with this effort to recognize First Nations culture

    It’s no secret that First Nations bands around the province are struggling to preserve their culture and language. In an effort to recognize our Secwépemc community, Kamloops city council members agreed to have staff look into the possibility of adding the traditional language of our local First Nations to our stop signs.
  • Merits of adding Secwépemc to stop signs debated

  • Stop signs featuring Secwépemc would not meet standards

    KAMLOOPS - The Secwépemc language is featured around the Thompson Rivers University campus but drivers will not likely see the word on city stop signs in the near future.

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