We gratefully acknowledge, respect, recognize and appreciate that we live, learn and work and teach on the traditional territories of the Kwanlin Dun First Nations and the Ta'an Kwächän Council.
Shä̀wnítha / Shro neethun
I took a course last year and this is where I got caught up in 'what about the land'. The professor explained about his people's use of the land and hI took a course last year and this is where I got caught up in 'what about the land'.
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