Spend the day learning with Port Moody Station Museum as they feature three different documentaries. Registration is required.

1: Honour Senator Murray

This documentary provides history and context of the profound impact Senator Murray Sinclair has had in raising global awareness of the atrocities in Canadian Residential Schools

2. The Story of the Coast Salish Knitters

The Coast Salish Knitters of Cowichan have produced Cowichan sweaters of hand-spun wool for almost a century, yet the knitters themselves have remained relatively unseen. This documentary features archival footage that aims to shed a light on the resourceful heroines who knit to put food on the table to feed their families.

3. Keepers of the Fire

This documentary profiles Indigenous “warrior women” in Canada who have fought, and continue to fight, to protect their land, their culture, and their families.


Truth and Reconciliation Day Port Moody

When: Friday, September 30, 2022
Where: Port Moody Station Museum
Address: 2734 Murray Street, Port Moody
Time: 11:00am-1:30pm
Website: Registration and Information