By Mina Kerr-Lazenby, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Four Indigenous artists have been chosen to create and design the visual identity for the upcoming Invictus Games, due to be held in Vancouver and Whistler in the winter of 2025. The logo will represent the four local First Nations, with the Tsleil-Waututh Nation’s Olivia George, the Squamish Nation’s Ray Natraoro, the Lil’wat Nation’s Levi Nelson and the Musqueam Nation’s Mack Paul to collaborate on one Coast Salish design. “This is a big honour,’’ said Natraoro, an accomplished carving artist renowned for his wood masks, rattles, totems and canoes. “I am honoured and privileged to be the Nation member selected to represent the Squamish Nation.’’ Natraoro said the creative gig was a “great opportunity’’ to showcase and tell the story of his own
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