Weyt-kp means “Hello!”

The Sorrento Centre gratefully acknowledges that we are on the land of the traditional and unceded lands of the Secwépemc First Nation. Since time immemorial, the Secwepemc people have practiced virtues of harmony and generosity.

Secwépemc’ulucw – the traditional and unceded territory of the Secwepemc First Nation. The Sorrento Centre is located on the unceded traditional lands of the Secwépemc Nation (pronounced suh-Wep-muhc). Before contact with Europeans, the Secwépemc peoples were gathered in more than 30 self-governing bands. Today, there are 17 bands remaining. The Secwépemc people sought to live in harmony with the world – moving from place t

The reconciliation journey takes many forms at the Sorrento Centre – between Indigenous people and settlers, between humans and nature and between humans who allow ourselves to be unduly divided.