Salmon have always been vital to the First Nations people of British Columbia.
First Nations Carver Raymond Shaw chats with fellow artist Andy Everson about the Wild Woman of the Woods mask that he is working on.
Gordon Dick chats about a Thunderbird mask he is working on with fellow artist Andy Everson.
Andy Everson and Gordon Dick discuss the differences between Kwakwaka’wakw and Nuu-chah-nulth art.
Eco-tourism is overtaking the upscale and iconic hotel market, offering authentic experiences that are more about filling the soul.
Names are important. They help to identify the people, places and things in our world, and for many cultures, the naming of something lends it a certain power and strength.
Joe Martin is one of the remaining, rare master carvers, and he is helping bring about a resurgence of canoe culture and carving knowledge to his people.
Visitors to BC interested in learning more about our First Nations now have the enticing option of staying in an authentic and entirely Aboriginal-themed hotel.
Learn about the significance of dugout canoes for the Tla-o-qui-aht people and listen to a traditional paddling song.
T’ui’tanat’s enthusiasm for sharing her First Nations culture is infectious as she talks about huckleberries on a recent tour.