The Society is a collective of Native youth creating uncensored spaces for young people to find their own voice. Its media projects are initiated and led by youth, inspiring creativity, confidence, and action. The Society maintains a youth staff and board, fostered with the support of elders, past staff, and community mentors.
The Le-La-La Dancers are a traditional Kwakwaka’wakw (pronounced kwa kwa key wok) dance company who present First Nations culture of Northern Vancouver Island. The group has shared their culture by entertaining and educating throughout the world for over 25 years under the direction of George Me’las Taylor.
Dancers of Damelahamid are a professional Aboriginal dance company from the northwest coast of BC. They perform with intricately carved and painted masks and elaborate regalia. Their dances celebrate the many Indigenous cultures across Canada, and connect the ancient with a living tradition.