Toronto Star Travel – June 2017

startravelsectionINSIDE AN INDIGENOUS ARTS HOTEL

“Skwachays” is the traditional name of the area at the head of False Creek, where spring waters once flowed and attracted elk, sturgeon and salmon, and where bog cranberries and wild rice once flourished. Now the name, pronounced skwatch-eyes, adorns Skwachays Lodge, an Aboriginal hotel and gallery that sits on West Pender St. where Vancouver’s Gastown, Chinatown and the Downtown Eastside meet. Read full article…