When it comes to Canadian Aboriginal art, weathered totem poles, carved wooden masks, or colourful paintings come to mind. But what about knitting?
Coyote, he is a trickster and a helper – and he helped shape one First Nations conception of the world.
We sent our Marketing Coordinator, Ryan Rogers, to check out c̓əsnaʔəm, The City Before the City.
Toque & Canoe correspondent Don Enright reflects on the riches of Victoria’s Aboriginal Festival.
Canada’s Aboriginal peoples host a variety of colourful and fascinating festivals and events to celebrate their culture.
Enjoy the outdoors through an authentic Aboriginal cultural tourism experience.
Immerse yourself in authentic Aboriginal culture in Victoria, BC from June 19-21.
Aboriginal-owned accommodations aren’t like the average hotel, it’s an unforgettable cultural experience.
A rare Chilkat ceremonial blanket that was discovered on the Paris auction block has made its way back home to British Columbia.
Enjoy the bountiful ocean, rivers, and lakes of the West Coast through fishing tours, kayak adventures, and more.