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Every day is a good day to celebrate Indigenous cultures, and many Indigenous events welcome all guests. Attend your first powwow, participate in lively National Indigenous Peoples’ Day festivities across British Columbia, or attend a cultural feast or workshop.

Learn from Indigenous People – Introducing Indigenous Tourism BC’s Ambassadors

Learn from Indigenous storytellers who share their lives on social media and deliver educational and personal content that raises awareness of...

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Culinary & Wellness, Outdoor Adventure, Places to Go, Arts & Culture, Events, Wildlife and Nature, Accommodation, Transportation

Everything is Connected

We support those Indigenous communities and businesses who are open or are planning to receive visitors. We respect those who decide to remain...

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Food & Wine, Restaurants & Eateries, Wineries, Hotels, Motels, & Lodges, Resorts

Dine Indigenous

Enjoy Indigenous cuisine. Learn through food and support Indigenous restaurateurs, families, and communities.

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Celebrating Indigenous Cultures and the 10th Anniversary of Vancouver 2010 Olympics

February marks the 10th anniversary of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, an event brought Indigenous cultures in Canada to a global audience....

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Food & Wine, Cultural Centres, Culinary & Wellness

Where Weddings Marry with Culture in BC

These six destinations offer wedding experiences that include all of the important touches couples seek with the added benefit of Indigenous...

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Places to Go, Arts & Culture, Tour Operator, Events, Wildlife and Nature, Accommodation

Five Reasons to Love #IndigenousBC

To break it down, here is a list of reasons to love Indigenous tourism in Canada.

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EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED

Indigenous BC welcomes you to live in the moment and for the future. Slow down, travel with thoughtful intention, and move beyond what you...

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Places to Go, Things To Do

Our Story. Your Experience.

Come, sit, and hear our stories. You are invited to hear them firsthand as a witness to Indigenous realities and perspectives in present-day...

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