This May, two young members of the Nlaka'pamux First Nation are hosting a rare gathering.
Alex Harry and Kayleen Hanna, both 25, are inviting more than 150 family members and friends to the edge of a cliff at Nicomen Falls, a four-hour drive from Vancouver, to witness a traditional wedding.
In many indigenous communities, wedding traditions were lost due to colonization and the residential school system. But in recent years, some marriage ceremonies have been making a comeback. Read more here: