Tsatsu Stalqayu translated into English means Coastal Wolf Pack. A traditional Salish song and dance group, the group consists of over 25 male and female members of a single family, from age 6 months to over age 50.
Their variation in age and gender allows for more song, dance and stories to be shared on stage and in their presentations. The members of the group with pride represent the following Coast Salish communities: Musqueam, Sto:lo, Lil’Wat, Squamish, Okanagan, Tsartlip, Nanaimo and more, all of whom form Tsatsu Stalqayu, The Coast Wolf Pack.
This breadth of membership along with the multigenerational performers gives their audiences a sense of belonging to this, the hereditary lands of the Coast Salish people.
The Taiwanese Canadian Cultural Society respectfully acknowledges that 2022 Taiwanese Canadian Cultural Festival takes place on the traditional, unceded lands of the Coast Salish people, including the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-waututh Nations.
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