Indigenous Gathering Place

The Indigenous Gathering Place is located at New Westminster Campus (Room 4650).

Gathering Place

Opened in April 2011, the Indigenous Gathering Place is a venue for traditional ceremonies and hosts potlucks and meetings. When not holding events, the Gathering Place is a quiet space to study, meditate and meet fellow students.

The main room features traditional art, including a four-metre Coast Salish welcoming figure that faces the Fraser River, by Susan Point, and four directional poles by George Hemeon.

The space is available to everyone at ϼ and to the larger community to use respectfully.