The button blanket hanging in the boardroom of the Office for Aboriginal Peoples at Simon Fraser University was created in 2010 by Heiltsuk-Cree artist and elder, Mia Hunt (Thàqvailh). It represents a traditional West Coast longhouse, with the “walls” and the smoke/light hole clearly evident. The eagle/mountain/circle figure in the middle of the blanket was specifically designed in 2010 as a logo for the Office for Aboriginal Peoples. The design is that of an Eagle with two abstracted U-forms representing Burnaby Mountain. The Eagle is a highly respected creature amongst First Nations Peoples. It often symbolizes honor, strength, and wisdom. The soaring Eagle's beak and tongue overlap with the mountain.