Land History with Senaqwila Wyss
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Sḵwácháy̓s | Strathcona Park | 857 Malkin Ave
SOUNDS LIKE GROWTH
Edzi’u – the spirits are making – 0:30
Senaqwila Wyss – 2:42
Jaz Whitford – 5:00
Cease Wyss – 6:48
Eddie Gardner – 17:27
Alisha Lettman – 30:07
Sussan Yáñez – 36:48
Leona Brown – 43:57
A shoreline lost. A new homestead for now. Strathcona Park is buzzing with pollinators, wildlife and resistance. A neighbourhood with a long history, and a land with an even longer history, Skwácháys knows the water that once lapped it’s thirsty shores. Home to vegetation and community gardens, Strathcona Park reminds us that food has always been an important cornerstone to life, community and culture. SOUNDS LIKE GROWTH explores Indigenous ethnobotany, food sovereignty and the importance to continue to reach for new heights.
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