Thousands gather to celebrate Indigenous culture at Squamish Nation Youth Powwow

Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Maggie MacPherson
CBC News

Thousands visited the Squamish Nation's Elders Centre in West Vancouver this past weekend for the nation's 32nd annual Youth Powwow.

The three-day event featured food, vendors, dance, and the crowning of this year's powwow princesses. 

Six-year-old Terrena Charlie and nine-year-old Tal-leya Baker Lewis were chosen to represent their nation until next year's event.

Appointing young royalty for the year is an important part of Squamish Nation tradition.

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