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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

This Thursday, September 30, marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

The day honours the lost indigenous children and survivors of residential schools who were forced from their homes their families and communities to receive an education.

The federal government established the new federal holiday in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, number 80 published in 2015: “ We call upon the federal government, in collaboration with Aboriginal peoples, to establish, as a statutory holiday, a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to honour Survivors, their families, and communities, and ensure that public commemoration of the history and legacy of residential schools remains a vital component of the reconciliation process.“

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation coincides with orange Shirt Day, which honours the story of Phyllis (Jack) Webstad, a former residential school student in B.C. who had her orange shirt taken away on her first day at residential school.

The orange shirt has become a symbol of remembrance of all Indigenous children who were removed from their families to attend residential schools where their language and culture were repressed. Many children experienced physical, emotional or sexual abuse. The painful legacy of residential schools has had lasting impacts on residential school survivors, their families and their communities to this day.

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation provides an opportunity to bring awareness to the painful legacy and impacts of the residential school system.

National Truth and Reconciliation Day is a time to advance our reconciliation efforts to build a better future for everyone in our community.

Reconciliation is the process of healing relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians, which requires public truth sharing, apology and commemoration that acknowledges and redresses past and present harms.

Building meaningful relationships with Indigenous communities and recognizing Indigenous sovereignty are some of the ways we can commit to this ongoing process.

On the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we can learn more and reflect on the meaning of this day by wearing an orange shirt, attending an event, reading the Truth and Reconciliation report, speaking and listening to Elders or simply taking a moment for quiet reflection.

Mandatory Masking & Proof of Vaccine

Starting on Sept 13, the new BC Public Health Order will require proof of vaccination (one-shot) to visit a number of non-essential businesses, including restaurants and casinos. On Oct 24, customers will need to be fully vaccinated with two doses to visit the same establishments. St. Eugene food and beverage outlets and Casino of the Rockies will be complying with the PHO and will start monitoring for vaccine status on Sept 13.

To learn more about these restrictions please visit the Government of BC website.

As of Aug 25, 2021 masks are now mandatory in all public indoor spaces across BC. Therefore, you will be required to wear a mask when visiting the resort. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. 

Effective August 20, 2021, new restrictions have been put in place to combat the rise in COVID-19 cases across Interior BC. These restrictions include mandatory mask-wearing in all indoor spaces for everyone over aged 12, limits on the number of people dining indoor/outdoor at restaurants (max of 6 per table) Indoor organized seated gatherings can have a capacity of 50 people or 50% capacity, whichever is greater. For example, if the venue has a normal seated capacity of 500 people, 250 people can attend. Maximum capacities for group gatherings in households and hotel rooms, and more. Please familiarize yourself with these restrictions before visiting the region.

To learn more about these restrictions please visit the Government of BC website.

Dog Days of Summer

Thursday – Monday Evenings Tee Times After 3 pm Only

Rules and Regulations

  • Dogs must be on a leash at all times
  • Course marshals have the right to remove dogs and owners after proper warnings if there are disruptions to other players or course wildlife.
  • Please respect the course and clean up after your companion
  • Must mention dog at the time of booking
  • Dogs are the sole responsibility of the owner
  • Dates and times may vary due to wildlife

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Ktunaxa Activities

Indigenous Beading Workshop

Discover the traditional art of beading, includes beading kit.

Time:   2:30PM – 5PM, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
Cost: $35 per person
Register: 1.250.417.4001 or jteneese@ktunaxa.org 

Moccasin Making Workshop

Experience the traditional craft of moccasin making. Includes craft materials.

Time: 2:30PM – 5PM, Monday Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Cost: $35 per person
Register: 1.250.417.4001 or jteneese@ktunaxa.org 

Ktunaxa Interpretive Tour

Join a guided 90 minute tour of the Ktunaxa Interpretive Centre & St. Eugene Mission Building.
Registration is recommended. Walk-ins subject to availability.

Time: 9AM  & 2:30PM, Monday Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Cost: $20 per person
Register: 1.250.417.4001 or jteneese@ktunaxa.org 

Seasonal Weddings

A FAIRY TALE WEDDING DESTINATION

EXPERIENCE THE VIBRANT BEAUTY OF FALL OR THE TRANQUIL ELEGANCE OF WINTER

With a breathtaking setting and flexible event space, our resort is ideal for midweek, early spring, late fall or winter weddings.
Inquire about discounts on our wedding package prices during these off-peak periods.

For more information on seasonal weddings at our historic luxury resort:
Seasonal Wedding brochure
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Click here to view our wedding page

weddings@steugene.ca
1.866.292.2020

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