Work on the three posts began in February and wrapped up earlier this month.
The centrepiece is a 44-foot reconciliation post carved by Squamish nation members James Harry and his father Xwalacktun, while a 22-foot female welcome figure was carved by brother-sister duo Chrystal and Chris Sparrow of the Musqueam Indian band.
The third post, also 22 feet in height, is a welcome post carved by Musqueam member William Dan.
Friday’s events coincided with National Indigenous Peoples Day and featured thousands of school-aged kids taking in the event.
A story about the project’s launch was published in early April and can be found here.
See more photos from the unveiling below: