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Indigenous community events, cultural exhibits, and gatherings are your chance to learn traditional practices and skills from cultural ambassadors and thriving Indigenous communities.

Fishing

Living Legends: The Teachings of the Salmon

Our latest Living Legend shares how not only does the salmon provide food, but it also offers wisdom to those who approach it with respect.

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Culinary & Wellness, Arts & Culture

Living Legends: Only Good Things

Tanner Francois shares a traditional smudging ceremony, just one offering by Quaaout Lodge’s cultural team. Smudging is an Indigenous way to...

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Arts & Culture, Events

Virtual Travel and Virtual Vacations

Indigenous tourism operators turn to online tools to share their knowledge and inspire your future travel with virtual tours and vacations.

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Fishing, Wildlife Tours

Living Legends: Respect, Responsibility, Balance

The health of the land, animals, and people are connected: "We were raised as stewards. We were raised under the principle of Yahguudang, which...

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Outdoor Adventure

Living Legends: Sacred Places and Supernatural Beings

Our seventh Living Legends video, Sim'oogit Hleek (Dr. Joseph Gosnell), a distinguished Nisga’a leader and fluent language speaker, explains how...

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Arts & Culture

Introducing The Living Legends Series

The Living Legends series documents stories of living Indigenous peoples who dedicate themselves to the resurgence and revitalization of...

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Arts & Culture

Living Legends: Cedar is Life

Cedar is the tree of life, and it is used by Indigenous people for protection, ceremony, and in daily life. Making a small, simple item such as a...

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Paddling, Wildlife and Nature

Living Legends: The River is the People

Monty Stevens sees the Kispiox River change people. He has spent his life on the great Skeena and Kispiox Rivers and invites you to drift in...

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