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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.

Heritage Sites, Cultural Centres

Living Legends: Honouring our Ancestors

Our latest Living Legends video shows how Mike Restasket, a traditional powwow dancer for thirty years, honours the ancestors through...

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Food & Wine, Restaurants & Eateries

Living Legends: Stone, Smoke & Clay

Before the appearance of stainless steel cookware and convection ovens and after the introduction of white flour and sugar, Indigenous people...

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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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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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Arts & Culture

The Drum: Heartbeat of our Indigenous Cultures

Drums can mimic speech, issue battle orders, maintain rhythm in a jazz performance, or invite friends to gather.

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Heritage Sites, Cultural Centres

Living Legends: The Circle is the Shape

Our latest Living Legends video shows the importance of extending learning opportunities outside museum walls. It allows visitors to see beyond...

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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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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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