The economy of the Stó:lō people has always been intricately linked to the resources of the environment and the Stó:lō people's creative use of these resources. Local resources found within the Fraser Valley, such as salmon and cedar, were used for trade to acquire resources from other areas along the Northwest Coast and the interior of British Columbia. In fact, trade and marriage were primary methods of making connections with other groups outside of Stó:lō territory.

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