MAIYOO KEYOH SOCIETY
MAIYOO KEYOH is working to establish and to protect the Maiyoo Keyoh ancestral territory by seeking standing and authority from the courts with a view to obtain official recognition of Aboriginal Title and Rights which are protected under section 35 of the Canadian Constitution.
To protect and preserve the Maiyoo Keyoh ancestral territory by developing responsible resource management plans and by maintain the territory with a view to commemorating the site.
Making a COMMUNITY Difference
SUSK'UZ HEADDRESS EXHIBIT
Royal Ontario Museum, The Exploration Place, Canadian Heritage: Museums Assistance Program
The headdress formerly belonged to George A’Huille (also known as Hahul or Sidoman), the Keyohwudachun of the Susk’uz
Whut’en in the mid-19th century. The headdress was the physical symbol of authority of the Susk’uz Keyohwudachun traditional
Petra A'Huille is the great-great-granddaughter of George A’Huille and the current Keyohwudachun.
TERRITORY COMMEMORATION SIGNAGE
Indigenous-led initiatives that encouraged community inclusiveness, belonging, and healing.
In 2021, Vancouver Foundation launched the Indigenous Priorities Granting Program to provide flexible, one-time grants to First Nation, Inuit and Métis communities, and Indigenous led
organizations operating in the lands now known as BC.
We work hard to get our efforts noticed by the media and are so proud when this goal comes to fruition. Take a look at some of our latest coverage and help spread the word about all the amazing developments at Maiyoo Keyoh Society.