Culture Blog

Preserving 101: Off-Season Canning
January 25, 2023

CSFS Maternal Child Health program organizes an off-season canning demonstration to interact and promote Indigenous culture


Honour & Respect: Traditional Regalia
September 06, 2022

Cindy Lowley-Patrick and Eugene Patrick share their knowledge on the cultural significance of traditional regalia.


Lahal: A Game To Teach Children Traditional Songs and Drumming
May 20, 2021

Lahal was, traditionally, a gambling game played by adults. Today, Lahal is being taught to children so they can learn traditional songs and...


Wellness Tips – Staying Connected through the Holidays
December 08, 2020

Seeing our families in person may not be doable this holiday season – at least not physically. However, there are many ways to connect...


The Gifts of Animals
January 30, 2020

Rita George of Wet'suwet'en shares with us her stories on using parts of a beaver to bestow gifts of the animals onto children.


The Legend of the Young Hunter and Old Man Moon
November 28, 2019

“To us Indian time is not derogatory, it doesn’t mean you’re late. Indian time is all the time, we make the best use of our...


A True Christmas Miracle Story from Takla Lake
December 23, 2017

A true Christmas Miracle Story which happened in Takla in the 1940's, as shared by Robert Abraham!


The Legend of Kaloogas
November 02, 2017

Francois Prince shared this legend, which his father Nick (Usdani') shared with him about a wealthy tribesman who lost everything to gambling, and...


CSFS Girls Culture Camp Recipe Book
July 07, 2017

Check out our tracitional Carrier recipe book which was created for the CSFS Girls Culture Camp in 2012.


The Creation of Mouse Mountain
March 02, 2017

A story about the creation of Mouse Mountain, as told by Emma Baker.



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