Skeena Reece is one of the artists featured in An apology, a pill, a ritual, a resistance. Reece is a Tsimshian/Gitksan and Cree artist based on the West Coast of British Columbia. Her work The Time it Takes consists of an adult-sized moss bag, a traditional pouch for carrying babies. The artist describes it as “a place to rest for a moment, evoking a feeling of longing, not a feeling of loss. Being wrapped gives a calming feeling that elicits hope for the future, and is a way to hold people up.” The artwork began as a performance and evolved into this installation. It also became a video and series of photographs that document 12 individuals wrapped in the moss bag who influenced the artist and the art community in Vancouver. The work offers viewers the opportunity to consider how Indigenous forms of care can be scaled up from that which is provided to vulnerable infants to caring for our society as a whole.