Many travellers head to Vancouver Island’s west coast to explore the rainforest and enjoy Pacific Ocean thrills, but the eastern shore of the island offers…Read More
Two-hundred and forty years have passed and now they’re coming again. Captain James Cook’s arrival on Nootka Island, home of the Nuu-chah-nulth nation, in 1778…Read More
For chef Rich Francis, connecting with people is as important to his understanding of Aboriginal cuisine as knowledge of the land and its terroir. Widely…Read More
“Spring break” has a connotation for Aboriginal communities that is starkly different than its meaning for the rest of society. At the vernal equinox, British…Read More
Shuswap tree-cutting ceremony is a fascinating once-in-a-generation event James August spent one hour on a momentous Sunday morning alone with a tree. He stood in…Read More
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