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Khot-la-Cha Art Gallery & Gift Shop

  • 270 Whonoak St. Map It
  • Crafts

Updated 05/04/2012

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On the Capilano First Nations Reserve in North Vancouver, this longhouse-style gallery showcases items crafted by members of the Squamish Indian Band, as well as other aboriginal artists in British Columbia and western Canada. You'll find ceremonial masks, hand-knit sweaters, and jewelry made of silver, gold, porcupine quill, or bone. The store is owned by Nancy Nightingale, the daughter of Chief Simon Baker, whose traditional name, Khot-la-Cha, means "kind heart" in the

Squamish language.

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Address:

270 Whonoak St., Vancouver, British Columbia, V7P 1P3, Canada

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604-987–3339

Updated 05/04/2012

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