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ABENAKI AVENTURE

ABENAKI AVENTURE

Odanak, Quebec Glamping, RV Parks
Show Listing2424, rue Asban 450 881-2770 Visit Website
ABENAKI AVENTURE
Located in the Abenaki community of Odanak, the Abenaki Aventure campground opened its doors in August 2021. As the first phase of the Abenaki Aventure tourist project, the campsite currently offers 78 rental sites divided into sections arranged in a circle comprising 3, 4, 6 or 8 sites all equipped with 3 services (Water, sewer, ...
electricity 30 or 50 AMP) Sections of 8 can accommodate 8 to 12 recreational vehicles (depending on the dimensions of the trailers and electrical needs) The campsite is aimed at groups of campers looking for a place to meet and also offers greater freedom from noise, parties and the curfew (at 1:00am).
Abenaki Museum

Abenaki Museum

Odanak, Quebec Cultural Tours, Museums, Workshops
Show Listing108, Waban-Aki 450.568.2600 Visit Website
Abenaki Museum
You can feel the energy when you visit the diverse exhibits at the Musée des Abénakis in Odanak, Quebec. Mathieu O’Bomsawin, who began working at the museum when he was just 16 years old, understands why. His grandfather — explains the man who now works as the museum’s general manager — founded the institution back ...
in 1965, and his spirit has never left. Community is at the heart of Quebec’s first Indigenous museum. “Our people’s involvement is fundamental to our success. The Abénaki culture is deeply ingrained in our employees, Indigenous and non-Indigenous alike,” says O’Bomsawin. “The site’s authenticity inspires others to spread our story worldwide.” The Abénaki are one of 11 Algonquian-speaking Indigenous peoples living in Quebec. Traditionally, these people were semi-nomadic — fishing, hunting and gathering in order to survive. To this day, the Abénaki culture remains rich in oral history, traditional teachings, art and dancing. Boasting more than 26,000 items, the Musée des Abénakis features the largest number of Indigenous artifacts and Abénaki art in Québec, on Canada’s East Coast and in New England. Visitors are transported to the early years of Abénaki life and the people’s role in Canada’s colonial history as well as the American revolution. Renovated 12 years ago, the museum is an opportunity to immerse yourself in a venerable culture through a combination of exhibits, educational programs, collections and multimedia. Just as O’Bomsawin’s grandfather intended, Musée des Abénakis has become a means to transmit the knowledge about the Abénaki Nation to future generations.
Aboriginal Journeys Wildlife Viewing & Adventure Tours

Aboriginal Journeys Wildlife Viewing & Adventure Tours

Campbell River, British Columbia Wildlife Viewing
Show ListingRoberts' Reach Rd Visit Website
Aboriginal Journeys Wildlife Viewing & Adventure Tours
Aboriginal Journeys offers awe-inspiring nature adventure tours from Campbell River on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. We are the longest running whale watching and grizzly bear viewing tour company in Campbell River. See grizzly bears from special viewing platforms, sail the Salish Sea and spot orcas, humpback whales and other magnificent marine animals. Join our ...
local guides, who have decades of experiences working and traveling these coastal waters, for the trip of a lifetime.
Ahous Adventures

Ahous Adventures

Tofino, British Columbia Bear Watching, Cultural Tours, Storytelling, Whale Watching
Show Listing368 Main Street (250) 725-0650 Visit Website
Ahous Adventures
Discover Ahous Adventures, your premier eco and cultural adventure tour provider, proudly owned and operated by the Ahousaht Nation. Visitors can embrace the spirit of Ahousaht haḥuułii (territorial lands, waters, and culture) with a diverse range of excursions, including unforgettable Tofino tours to Hot Springs Cove, thrilling whale watching, and mesmerizing bear watching experiences. Ahous ...
Adventures offers more than just tours; they invite guests on a journey through Ahousaht territories, guided by the rich culture and wisdom of the Indigenous people who have protected these lands and waters for generations. Visitors can immerse themselves in Ahousaht’s Indigenous culture, language, history, and captivating storytelling on the Tofino excursions. Experience the essence of Ahousaht like never before.
Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort

Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort

Ainsworth Hot Springs, British Columbia Resorts, RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Spas, Table Service
Show Listing3609 Balfour-Kaslo-Galena Bay Hwy 1-800-668-1171 Visit Website
Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort
Nestled within the traditional territory of the Ktunaxa First Nations (pronounced ‘K-too-nah-ha’) in BC’s Kootenay region, our natural hot springs have long been deemed good medicine for the body, mind and soul. For thousands of years the Ktunaxa embraced the nupika wu’u, or hot mineral waters, for their healing and rejuvenating powers. Today the property ...
is 100% owned by the Yaqan Nukiy People also known as Lower Kootenay Band of Creston, BC. The purchase in 2015 returned this important site to its traditional stewards, and we bring a unique First Nations identity to this popular destination. Authentic Indigenous art is showcased throughout the property. Imagine waking up in the comfort of your well-appointed guest room, knowing a relaxing soak in warm mineral water is only steps away! We welcome you to book a stay in our new Yaqan Nukiy Suites, built in a style and décor that honour the history and traditions of the Yaqan Nukiy People. Indulge with a massage at the Spirit Water Spa to infuse natural healing and relaxation into your stay. The Ktunaxa Grill features fresh locally sourced ingredients prepared in a fusion of flavours with Indigenous elements. Our Executive Chef and talented team are happy to share their passion for food with classic and innovative techniques; try specialities such as Saskatoon Berry Cured steelhead and Free-Run Elk Escalope. We continue to strive for excellence and look forward to making your hot springs experience like no other.
Air Inuit

Air Inuit

Montréal, Quebec
Show Listing6005, boul. de la Côte-Vertu 1-800-361-2965 Visit Website
Air Inuit
Air Inuit is a regional airline that provides vital passenger, charter, cargo and emergency air transport services throughout northern Quebec and destinations across Canada and the United States. Air Inuit began operations in 1978 with the purchase of a single-engine De Havilland Beaver aircraft, followed shortly afterward by a pair of Twin Otters, a Single ...
Otter and a DHC3 based in Kuujjuaq. In 1983, the company purchased the routes north along the eastern Hudson’s Bay coast from Austin Airways, increasing its Twin Otter fleet to 8. In 1985, the company acquired its first Hawker Siddley 748 and began operating from a base in Kuujjuaraapik which was later relocated to La Grande (LG2) to address the growing demand to move cargo and heavy machinery throughout the region, primarily for mining purposes. In 1988, Johnny May’s Air Charters was purchased as a subsidiary company running Single Otters and Beavers during the float season. In 1995, the company embarked on an ambitious expansion plan, introducing De Havilland Dash-8-100 service between Montreal and Nunavik. Subsequently, in 1998, Nunavik Rotors is created and a rotary-wing service is added to the region from its base in Kuujjuaq with the purchase of an Aerospatiale Astar 350 helicopter. In 2008, the airline acquired a Boeing 737-200C capable of landing on gravel and specially adapted for northern operations much to the pride of management and customers alike. Today, after more than 37 years in operation, Air Inuit has become an important regional carrier in Canada. The company has recently built a multi-purpose state-of-the-art maintenance center and head office near Montreal’s Trudeau International airport as part of a sweeping modernization initiative designed to meet increased demand for air transport services throughout Northern Quebec and other destinations across Canada and the United States.
Alert Bay Cabins

Alert Bay Cabins

Alert Bay, British Columbia Cabins
Show Listing390 Poplar Road 250-974-7900 Visit Website
Alert Bay Cabins
Just a 35-minute ferry ride from Port McNeil on northeast Vancouver Island, lies ‘Yalis (Cormorant Island), and the culturally and historically rich little town of Alert Bay, known as the ‘home of the killer whale’ for its abundance of orcas. Book a stay at the Cabins at Alert Bay for a home-from-home experience on a ...
private forested property and choose from five different kinds of cabin from a cozy tiny home to a deluxe double. Each of the 14 cabins features hardwood floors, electric fireplaces, comfortable furniture, queen beds and snug duvets along with a fully equipped kitchen, free high-speed WiFi, cable television, plus private veranda with ample BBQ facilities. Perfect for work, rest, and play, enjoy a warm Kwakwaka’wakw welcome on the traditional territory of the ‘Namgis First Nation at the modern Cabins at Alert Bay.
Alexis Hotel

Alexis Hotel

Port Hope Simpson, Newfoundland & Labrador Dog Sledding, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing
Show Listing2 Alexis Drive (709) 960-0228 Visit Website
Alexis Hotel
Enjoy a genuine Northern experience of Indigenous tourism at the family-run Alexis Hotel in Port Hope Simpson, the inner sanctum of the Labrador Sea. At the midpoint of the rugged Labrador Coastal Drive, book a stay at the ‘Alexis by the Bay’ and make us your base to explore the many wonders in our corner ...
of the world. In summer months hike or bike the trails, paddle a kayak or canoe, or marvel at the Aurora Borealis by night and the blue-white beauty of passing icebergs by day. In the wintertime strap on snowshoes or cross-country skis or hop on a snowmobile to explore the frozen landscape. Visit historic sites and learn about our rich heritage. Year-round you’ll find delicious meals in our friendly restaurant with unspoiled bay views, sleep soundly in our cozy rooms and feel the warmth of that famous Labrador hospitality and great customer service.
ANDICHA LES FEMMES AU TAMBOUR DE WENDAKE

ANDICHA LES FEMMES AU TAMBOUR DE WENDAKE

Wendake, Quebec Carvings, RV Parks, Workshops
Show Listing35, rue Chef-Émile-Picard 418 843-3692 Visit Website
ANDICHA LES FEMMES AU TAMBOUR DE WENDAKE
Andicha is a craftswoman and is happy to pass on her passion through her workshops. She teaches how to make dreamcatchers, talking sticks and Aboriginal jewelry. She also takes the opportunity to introduce participants to the meaning of craft items. A great way to bring home a piece of Wendake. ...
Anishinaabe Wild Rice Experience

Anishinaabe Wild Rice Experience

Nolalu, Ontario Walking Tours, Workshops
Show ListingHwy 588, Lot 10 807-627-5101 Visit Website
Anishinaabe Wild Rice Experience
The Anishinaabe Wild Rice Experience is a family operated business that provides an authentic Cultural hands-on activity for learners who want to experience the Traditional Ojibwe Peoples wild rice harvest. The Friday Family can trace their harvesting of wild rice from Whitefish Lake back several generations and want to preserve and share this traditional way ...
of life. Wild rice is a traditional Indigenous food, high in protein, this tall aquatic grass grows in shallow waters and is ready to be picked each year from late August.
Appalachian Chalets and RV

Appalachian Chalets and RV

Corner Brook, Newfoundland & Labrador ATV Tours, Cabins, RV Parks, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing64 Lundrigan Drive (709) 632-2278 Visit Website
Appalachian Chalets and RV
Step out of your self-contained, fully equipped chalet or RV, hop on your snowmobile, or ATV and hit the trails! Our location in the heart of western Newfoundland offers direct access to hundreds of kilometres of adventure on snowmobile and ATV trails; make us your home-base for adventure in all seasons. Throughout winter months, enjoy ...
the serene, snow-covered backdrops of the Blow Me Down Trails on a cross-country ski and snowshoe vacation in one of our fully equipped one- or two-bedroom chalets. If you love ATV-fuelled adventures, then choose our snowmobile package which comes equipped with breakfast groceries and brown bagged lunch so you can hit the trails at first light. In warmer months explore the great outdoors on our doorstep from world-class hiking on the Appalachian Trail, the Corner Brook Stream Trail and OBEIC trail system; walk on the earth’s mantle in nearby Gros Morne National Park or zoom over the Steady Brook Falls with Marble Zip Tours reaching heights of 285ft and speeds of 30kms/hr. Our self-contained, pet-friendly chalets come with fully equipped kitchens and private BBQs, ample parking for snowmobiles, ATVs, trailers and winter sliding, and our RV sites are all full serviced. Snowmobile and ATV service shops are close at hand, and we have an on-site convenience store for your grocery basics and treats.
Arctic Adventures - Payne River

Arctic Adventures - Payne River

Baie-D'Urfé, Quebec Boat Tours, Fly Fishing, Hiking Tours, Saltwater Fishing, Walking Tours, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing19950 Clark Graham 514-457-6580 Visit Website
Arctic Adventures - Payne River
This is the place to go if you want long-lasting memories of great fishing trips with the Inuit of Nunavik! For over 45 years, Arctic Adventures has been welcoming anglers to its two arctic char- and trout-fishing camps, including the superb Payne River camp, located on the 60th parallel, the best arctic char fishing location ...
in North America. Inuit guides invite you to share their hospitality, culture and knowledge of the land and its wildlife during fruitful fishing trips!
Arctic Adventures - Tunulik

Arctic Adventures - Tunulik

Baie-D'Urfé, Quebec Cabins, Fly Fishing, Northern Lights, Walking Tours, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing19950 Clark Graham 514-457-6580 Visit Website
Arctic Adventures - Tunulik
Exceptional conditions on the Lagrevé River, an abundant supply of good-size fish (speckled trout, arctic char, native and sea-run brook trout, Atlantic salmon, etc.), passionate, dedicated and knowledgeable hosts : Tunulik II fishing camp offers one ofthe best river fishing experiences possible, from mid-August to mid-September only. ...
Arctic Bay Adventures

Arctic Bay Adventures

Arctic Bay, Nunavut Canoeing, Dog Sledding, Hiking Tours, Snowmobiling
Show ListingPO Box 78 867-439-8888 Visit Website
Arctic Bay Adventures
Experience the natural wonders of one of the most unique destinations in the world with Inuit-owned Arctic Bay Adventures on Baffin Island, Nunavut. Nestled snugly amidst stunning mountains, Baffin Island is a traditional hamlet with a population of approximately 800 people, and its name in Inuktitut is Ikpiarjuk which means “the pocket”. Join our local ...
Inuit guides on a thrilling discovery of nature and local Culture on an arctic adventure unlike any other. Our multi-day, all-inclusive packages are designed by highly experienced professionals and local Inuit guides with an in-depth knowledge of the land: from the rare beauty of hiking under the midnight sun and spotting narwahl at the floe edge, to building an igloo or camping in a heated tent by the ocean after feasting on fresh-caught fish, the combination of stunning nature and local Culture offers an arctic adventure unlike any other. Meet Elders in our community to hear their stories, receive their blessings and talk about their way of life, Culture and traditions; watch for birds and wildlife, enjoy the exhilaration of dog sledding, and soak up the beauty of the Northern Lights; experience a destination that few ever have the chance to explore with those who know it best.
Arctic Divide Lodge

Arctic Divide Lodge

Dease Lake, British Columbia Cabins
Show Listing48808 Highway 37 PO Box 234 250-771-3119 Visit Website
Arctic Divide Lodge
We are a popular halfway destination located almost halfway between Smithers/Terrace and Whitehorse on the Stewart Cassiar Highway (HWY#37). Located in the center of Dease Lake, we are within walking distance to the town’s services including the grocery store, the gas station & walking trails. Comfort & service are far and few in this remote ...
area of Northern BC but not in Dease Lake. We are a friendly town of only 400 designed to service the surrounding Stikine region and the economic activity that it generates
Arctic Motorcycle Adventures

Arctic Motorcycle Adventures

Inuvik, Northwest Territories
Show Listing35 Centennial Street (867) 678-0869 Visit Website
Arctic Motorcycle Adventures
A lifelong resident of the Northwest Territories, Lawrence Neyando believes Canada’s North is one of the world’s great motorcycling destinations. At Arctic Motocycle Adventures he offers several motorbike tours, ranging from one to six days in length, that allow two-wheelers to experience the wild beauty and rich culture of the place the Gwich’in and Inuvialuit ...
people call home. Riders can see the curious pingos (intrapermafrost ice-cored hills) and wildlife, share meals with Elders, explore tundra and mountains, and even dip a toe into the Arctic Ocean at the end of the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway.
Aski Holistic Adventures

Aski Holistic Adventures

Cumberland House, Saskatchewan Cabins, Canoeing, Storytelling, Walking Tours, Workshops
Show Listing5a cook avenue P.O. Box 304 (306) 716-4631 Visit Website
Aski Holistic Adventures
“My philosophy is that nature is healing, and I want to reconnect you with nature.” Michela Carriére Reconnect with nature and re-discover yourself on a unique adventure exploring the Saskatchewan River Delta with your Cree-Métis guide, Michela Carriére. Take the trip of a lifetime, far away from wi-fi, cell phones and the bustle of modern ...
life. Achieve your personal aspirations on a bespoke adventure or nature therapy workshop with Michela. Connect with the healing powers of nature and the northern forest. Discover the wonders of North America’s largest inland river delta in the company of a certified Wilderness First Responder, horticulturalist and herbalist who was raised on the land learning the traditional ways of canoeing, hunting and trapping from her family. Aski Holistic Adventures offers year-round adventures in the wilderness of Northern Saskatchewan with a unique Indigenous perspective. Challenge yourself in tune with nature and share in Michela’s deep knowledge of the land. Sleep in a tipi, next to a crackling fire under the stars; experience winter like never before with fat tire biking, camping and snowshoeing; reconnect with the land, air and water through forest bathing, sense therapy and ceremonies; join a medicine walk to gather local plants, hear their stories and learn their uses for healthy living and ceremonies; paddle the water in a 25-foot voyageur canoe and discover the rivers and lakes, the birds, plants and animals of the Saskatchewan River Delta. Experience a truly authentic Indigenous adventure.
Atikuss

Atikuss

Québec, Quebec Gift Shop, Virtual Experience - A&R
Show Listing52 chemin St-Louis 418-962-6377 Visit Website
Atikuss
Atikuss is our way of paying homage to the Caribou, which greatly contributed to the survival of the First Nations. See history come alive at Atikuss through the hands of Indigenous artists and crafters using ancestral methods of beading and weaving to make clothes and accessories. Shop online or at the Atikuss boutique in Quebec ...
for mukluks, moccasins and more. Custom order your very own pair of Hopeboots from Quebec’s Atikuss boutique or online store. The Hopeboots project was launched by Innu businesswoman Josée Leblanc, to enable Indigenous women to make an equitable living from their skills and labour after she discovered that many Indigenous artisans rarely earned more than $4 an hour. Customize your own Hopeboots with different beading styles, colours, and types of sustainably sourced fur trim. Each pair ordered doesn’t just help to support Indigenous creators financially, it also helps reconnect them with their Culture.
Auberge Maanitaaukimikw

Auberge Maanitaaukimikw

Chisasibi, Quebec Bed & Breakfasts, Teepees, Tenting
Show Listing419 Saataayaau Road, PO Box 1451 1-844-855-3434 Visit Website
Auberge Maanitaaukimikw
Newly built, Auberge Maanitaaukimikw (Maanitaaukimikw means “guesthouse” or “visitors’ house” in the Cree language, is a bed & breakfast within the Cree community of Chisasibi, north of James Bay. Its has 9 comfortable and well-equipped rooms which can accommodate 2 or 4 persons each. Whether you are travelling for work or for leisure, this B&B ...
is the ideal place for people seeking to explore Cree culture! With a magnificent view on La Grande River from the shores of Chisasibi, this lodge will charm and delight you. And if you are lucky, you may even be greeted by caribou on your arrival!
Auberge Manawan

Auberge Manawan

Manawan, Quebec Canoeing, Cultural Tours, Freshwater Fishing, Storytelling, Walking Tours, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing80, rue Metapeckeka 450.757.9361 Visit Website
Auberge Manawan
Symbolizing the fusion of tradition and modernity, Auberge Manawan is located on the ancestral lands of the Atikamekw. In addition to providing great comfort and direct access to snowmobile trails, the establishment offers guests a charming decor with a new, high-quality restaurant right next door. Located at the entrance to the village, Auberge Manawan is ...
on the shores of Lake Metabeckeka, a bay on immense Lake Kempt, whose abundant waters make it a paradise for anglers. Accompanied by Aboriginal guides, you can also discover the community, stay at the traditional Matakan site or experience the age-old tradition of harvesting maple water in spring.
Aurora Heat

Aurora Heat

Fort Smith, Northwest Territories
Show Listing206 McDougal Road, Annex A 1-867-445-9178 Visit Website
Aurora Heat
Discover a traditional Indigenous solution to staying warm through winter with our all-natural hand, foot and body warmers. Share in the rich traditions of the Northern trapping lifestyle; handmade in the Northwest Territories by skilled craftspeople; durable, sustainable, exceptionally warm and luxurious, stay cozy with sheared beaver fur warmers from the Genuine Mackenzie Valley Fur ...
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Aurora Inn

Aurora Inn

Churchill,
Show Listing24 Bernier Box 1030 (204) 675-2071 Visit Website
Aurora Inn
Looking for a place to stay in Churchill? Then look no further than The Aurora Inn, a family-friendly inn that brings the best of Churchill to your doorstep. Our apartment-style hotel rooms in the heart of town are the most spacious that Churchill has to offer. After an exciting day exploring all that the Polar ...
Bear Capital of the World has to offer, enjoy all the comforts of home at the Aurora Inn. We offer 18 spacious, two-storey apartment-style rooms with a kitchenette (including a fridge, oven, microwave, coffee maker and utensils) and cosy lounge downstairs and bedroom and bathroom upstairs. Guests have access to our laundry room (we provide the detergent!) so that you can stay fresh while on the road and even go home with a suitcase full of clean clothes. Our rooms are designed for you to spread out and relax during your stay. Locally owned, we’re happy to help you enjoy all the incredible things our little town has to offer, from the polar bear safaris in the fall to spectacular beluga whale viewing on the Churchill River during the summer time as well as dog sledding tours and breath-taking Northern Lights shows, courtesy of Mother Nature in the winter. Many restaurants, bars and tour operators—as well as the local grocery store—are just a few minutes’ walk from our front door, making the Aurora Inn the perfect base for you to explore everything Churchill has to offer.
Aurora Tours.Net

Aurora Tours.Net

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Performances, Northern Lights, Snowshoeing, Storytelling
Show Listing605 Turner Road Visit Website
Aurora Tours.Net
Slip on a soft beaver coat or a Dene vest, exquisitely adorned with colourful beads. Then, wrap soft Northern furs around your neck before stepping into a teepee and settling onto spruce bow and caribou hide bedding around a roaring fire pit. Roast marshmallows and learn about First Nations’ history and methods of survival. Sip ...
spruce tip maple tea, and nibble homemade bannock. Experience unique Aboriginal games like leg wrestling, pole push and wood sawing. Listen to traditional songs and join in the drumming. You step into another world with this year-round, family run business at Teepee Village in the small First Nation’s community of Ndilǫ (population 200), near Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories. Summer cultural trips take place on the shores of Great Slave Lake, the 10th biggest lake in the world. While in winter, you get to experience a teepee perched atop the frozen lake, stomp through snow on wooden snowshoes with leather lashings and drive on an ice road. “What I enjoy most is seeing satisfaction in our guests. We teach them something about our culture and they leave happy. The more we teach them, the happier they are,” says AuroraTours.Net co-owner Rainer Erasmus. “And when they leave happy, we’re happy.” The company’s fall and winter’s star attraction is the spectacular aurora borealis, eerily shifting and shimmering across Northern skies. Small, intimate groups head out on late-night aurora hunting expeditions, stopping at secluded viewing spots away from town lights. “Even when the weather is really cold, we make sure everyone is having fun,” says Erasmus, who has Dene and Danish ancestry. “And we’re always sure to get our guests back to their hotel by 2 a.m. They just love it. No one has ever left disappointed.”
Aurora Village

Aurora Village

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Cultural Demonstrations, Northern Lights, RV Parks, Storytelling, Table Service, Teepees
Show Listing4709 Franklin Avenue 1 (867) 669 0006 Visit Website
Aurora Village
Natural, magical, spectacular! See the Aurora Borealis dance above the pristine northern wilderness at Aurora Village in Yellowknife. Catch every moment in comfort in custom-made, heated outdoor 360-degree swivel seats inspired by traditional sleighs; marvel at the lights in seclusion or join new friends around the wood fire in a teepee; feast on an Aurora ...
dinner of bison stew and bannock. Aurora Village is located on the Ingraham Trail near Yellowknife, in Canada’s Northwest Territories, join us in our Teepee Village for an unforgettable adventure. By day, enjoy the village as a winter wonderland, meet our happy, friendly dog sled team and learn about how important these animals are in the arctic conditions, and see the love and respect our community has for our dogs. Hop into a sled and enjoy the excitement of a ride with our dogs over a frozen lake and forest trails. Strap on traditional wooden snowshoes and explore the back trails through the forest next to the Teepee Village. Spoil yourself with our ‘V.i.Teepee’ treatment; a Canadian Signature Experience. Enjoy a three-course meal in a private teepee and watch in comfort as the brilliantly beautiful Aurora dances across the northern sky. Taste traditional foods with a modern touch such as locally caught Great Slave Lake Whitefish or Slow Roasted Smoked Bison Prime Rib. We offer airport and hotel pick up, plus winter clothes rental, just relax and enjoy the magic of the arctic with people who know it best.
Aventure Plume Blanche

Aventure Plume Blanche

Roberval, Quebec Awareness Experiences, Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Tours, RV Parks, Storytelling, Table Service, Teepees, Tenting, Walking Tours, Wildlife Viewing, Yurts
Show Listing607, Rand 2 Sud 418-637-0926 Visit Website
Aventure Plume Blanche
The mission of Aventure Plume Blanche is to teach visitors about Aboriginal life through a variety of cultural and traditional activities. Throughout the seasons, experience the way of life of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh in a natural setting imbued with serenity, simplicity and beauty. The various activities offered include a guided tour of the site, craft-making and ...
chats around the fire. Visitors can stay in a teepee, a prospector’s tent, a log cabin, a Mongolian yurt or a shaputuan.
Awatin Aboriginal Art

Awatin Aboriginal Art

Campbell River, British Columbia Art Gallery, Carvings, Jewellery, RV Parks
Show Listing909 Island Hwy #104 Visit Website
Awatin Aboriginal Art
Take home an extraordinary creation from Awatin Aboriginal Art. Commission a custom-designed jewelry piece from our in-house goldsmith or choose one of our intricately designed pendants, bracelets or rings; browse beautiful original paintings, masks, paddles and puppets carvings from talented First Nations artists; share in the west coast’s rich artistic culture. ...
Awis Guesthouse and Marina

Awis Guesthouse and Marina

Bamfield, British Columbia Bed & Breakfasts
Show Listing448 Seaboard Road 250-728-3231 Visit Website
Awis Guesthouse and Marina
Just a few meters from the water on beautiful Barkley Sound in the heart of Vancouver Island’s west coast Bamfield community, the Awis Guesthouse and Marina (formally known as Ostrom’s Lodge and Marina) is a cozy lodge catering for both large and small groups of travellers. Offering 11 separate rooms with WiFi and cable there’s ...
a full kitchen and spacious patio for guests to enjoy, along with plenty of parking and guest moorage on the private dock. Watch eagles wheel in the sky from your window, or see bears wandering the beach while boats come and go from the marina and government dock. Surrounded by old-growth forests, unspoiled beaches and close to the Broken Islands Group, if you’re looking for a base to start your storm-watching vacation, wilderness hike, wildlife tour, or fishing or kayak expedition, you’ve found the right place. Part of the Huu-ay-aht First Nations HFN Hospitality group which supports the establishment of a strong, sustainable economy, providing employment and opportunities for the local community.
Ay Lelum - The Good House of Design

Ay Lelum - The Good House of Design

Nanaimo, British Columbia
Show Listing1340 Raines Road 250-668-3210 Visit Website
Ay Lelum - The Good House of Design
Engage with Coast Salish style through Ay Lelum – Good House of Design’s cutting-edge collection with their new line of wearable art. Ay Lelum’s AW2020 collection focuses on Coast Salish Culture by featuring Spindle Whorls as a representation of the women behind them: universal mothers, life-givers, water carriers and weavers of life. ...
B. Dene Adventures

B. Dene Adventures

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Cabins, Cultural Demonstrations, Northern Lights, Snowshoeing, Storytelling, Teepees
Show ListingPO Box 2397 (867) 444-0451 Visit Website
B. Dene Adventures
Join Bobby Drygeese of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation on the shores of Great Slave Lake at Akaitcho Bay for some of the best Aurora Borealis viewing just outside of Yellowknife. Watch the shimmering northern lights from the comfort of a heated lakeshore cabin and hear stories, Dene history and legends; see Yellowknife from the ...
water on an epic fishing trip on Great Slave Lake, cruise the island-dotted inside passage and visit historic Wool Bay; take part in a Cultural adventure through the communities of Yellowknife, Dettah and N’dilo. Visit our camp to share Dene culture, art and foods; relax and enjoy the Cultural stories and traditional knowledge demonstrations of the Yellowknives Dene as told by Bobby Drygeese. Listen to the beat of the traditional drums and join the excitement of traditional Dene Hand Games. Learn about the Dene people and the significance of our land and Cultural traditions. The B. Dene Adventures Cultural Camp is located just outside Dettah, across the bay from Yellowknife. The camp is accessible by a 10-minute nature trail walk, or two-minute boat or snowmobile ride. Our cozy camp includes a main cabin with full kitchen and dining room, gift shop, two full size teepees, a loft cabin, heated washrooms and several prospector tents.
Bastien Industries

Bastien Industries

Wendake, Quebec
Show Listing620, rue Chef-Max-Gros-Louis Visit Website
Bastien Industries
Bastien Industries is a Wendat-owned moccasin manufacturing company and online store. They are renowned for their exceptional quality, innovative design, and commitment to using sustainable materials and production methods. Originally inspired by the expertise and passion Maurice Bastien had for shoemaking, Bastien Industries started in 1972 by Roland Bastien. The goal was to produce high-quality ...
products that would share the Huron-Wendat heritage with pride. In 2022, Bastien Industries was purchased by Jason Picard-Binet. Jason shares the same passion that Roland Bastien once had and has the goal of sharing Huron-Wendat heritage and products with the world. Today, there are more than 225 models of moccasins that are all hand laced and beaded at their Wendake-based business and they produce more that 45,000 pairs annually.
Bay River Inn & Suites

Bay River Inn & Suites

Fisher River Cree Nation, Manitoba
Show ListingLOT 7, 83 North, Townsite Loop Road (204) 645-3420 Visit Website
Bay River Inn & Suites
Bay River Inn & Suites on Fisher River Cree Nation territory in Manitoba has four suites with a fridge, stove, and microwave to make guests feel at home, plus six two-bed rooms, and two wheelchair-friendly rooms with a fridge and microwave for a comfortable stay. There is also a meeting/conference room available for meetings and ...
training sessions. Attached to Bay River Inn & Suites is a VLT lounge that includes 20 VLT machines offering the latest electronic gambling games. Enjoy playing your favourites in a clean, state of the art environment with satellite TV and wifi.
Bayside Resort

Bayside Resort

Wikwemikong Reserve, Cabins
Show Listing30 Two O'clock Roard 705-859-1070 Visit Website
Bayside Resort
Nestled along the shores of Manitowaning Bay, discover one of Manitoulin Island’s best kept secrets: The Bayside Resort. Soak up the beauty and tranquillity of our deluxe waterfront accommodation and enjoy a modern log cabin for the price of an average hotel room. Choose from three gorgeous newly constructed cabins just 30 ft from the ...
water’s edge in dovetail cedar or pine. Open year-round with private patio, propane BBQ, outdoor wood firepit, and much more.
Bear & Bone Burger Co

Bear & Bone Burger Co

Golden, British Columbia RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Taco
Show Listing1202 Trans-Canada Hwy E (250) 272-1880 Visit Website
Bear & Bone Burger Co
Located between the Columbia Mountains and the Rocky Mountains in Golden, BC. Come enjoy beautiful views and delicious food. Bear & Bone Burger Co offers a rustic Canadian vibe, amazing burgers and specialties. Something for everyone, lighter meals including fresh salads and delicious sandwiches. Loving staff and friendly environment! ...
Best Western Plus Sawridge

Best Western Plus Sawridge

Fort McMurray, Alberta
Show Listing410 TaigaNova Crescent 1 (888) 729-7343 Visit Website
Best Western Plus Sawridge
Find a home away from home in Fort McMurray at the eco-friendly Best Western PLUS Sawridge Suites, designed for short or long-term stay guests and their Very Important Pets. Enjoy a taste of traditional Cree hospitality and settle into your spacious room, with a well-equipped kitchenette, to enjoy a great night’s sleep in our signature ...
Dreamers Wanted™ beds. Our amenities include a fitness centre and steam room, underground parking, meeting spaces, and an open-concept dining room and lounge that we promise will leave you—and your taste buds—very happy! Whether you’re in town for work at the oil sands, or visiting to see the northern lights, enjoying the fun at Indigenous festivals such as the annual McMurray Métis Fest, or heading out on a fishing or hunting adventure, with our decades of hospitality experience, you can be sure we know how to make you feel right at home.
Best Western Tin Wis

Best Western Tin Wis

Tofino, British Columbia Resorts
Show Listing1119 Pacific Rim Hwy (250) 725-4445 Visit Website
Best Western Tin Wis
With 85 luxurious oceanfront rooms, Vancouver Island’s Best Western Tin Wis Resort Hotel offers impressive Tofino accommodations. Relax on your private patio and enjoy a perfect summer sunset. Feel the pulse of a winter storm from the comfort of your cozy bed with a breathtaking view. With a variety of rooms to choose from, the ...
Tofino Resort Hotel is sure to have exactly what you are looking for!

naaʔuu

After a successful debut in 2023, naaʔuu, meaning "feast" in the Tla-o-qui-aht language, returns. Hosted by Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Parks, Tin Wis Resort and Tsawaak RV Resort, this Indigenous tourism event promises an immersive evening celebrating Tla-o-qui-aht culture, cuisine, and traditions.Dates: May 24, 25 & June 7, 8, 14, 15, 22, 28, 29

Starting Price: $1,385.82

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Beyond Boreal Expeditions

Beyond Boreal Expeditions

Churchill, Manitoba Bear Watching, Northern Lights, Whale Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Show ListingBox 635 (431) 232-3300 Visit Website
Beyond Boreal Expeditions
Beyond Boreal Expeditions is an Indigenous owned and operated company specializing in photography-driven experiences to view wildlife, nature, and history at its finest. Join us for full and half day tours; connect to the land through berry picking; capture dazzling shots of summer birds and belugas, and winter polar bears and the stunning aurora borealis. ...
Big Eddy Lodge

Big Eddy Lodge

Cumberland House, Saskatchewan Wilderness Lodges
Show Listing5A Fosseneauve Ave Box 304 (306) 716-4631 Visit Website
Big Eddy Lodge
Authentic wilderness and Indigenous Cultural adventures await in the pristine Saskatchewan River Delta. At Big Eddy Lodge, owners Solomon and Renée Carrière carry on the Cree Traditions of his father, the famed hunter William Carrière. Their all-inclusive adventure lodge features fully furnished rustic cabins, as well as a seven-person woodland tipi, sauna and dining lodge, ...
and offers canoeing, dogsledding, winter fat tire bike tours, archery, and rifle hunting for moose, white-tail deer, bear, geese, and ducks.
Big Sand Lake Lodge

Big Sand Lake Lodge

Winnipeg, Wilderness Lodges
Show Listing1808 Wellington Avene (204) 774-6666 Visit Website
Big Sand Lake Lodge
One of Canada’s finest fly-in fishing and hunting destinations, Big Sand Lake Lodge sits along 60,000 acres of pristine waterfront in northern Manitoba. Fishing enthusiasts can catch trophy lake trout, northern pike, walleye, and arctic grayling, and hunters can track trophy moose, black bear, and game. For your stay, choose from one of our comfortable ...
cabins, or for a more remote experience, stay in one of our outpost camps. Our first-class lodge is the only facility on the lake, providing a peaceful setting to get fully immersed in nature.
Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

Vancouver, British Columbia Art Gallery, Museums
Show Listing639 Hornby St 604-682-3455 Visit Website
Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art
Since opening in May 2008, the Bill Reid Gallery has remained the only public gallery in Canada devoted to contemporary Indigenous art of the Northwest Coast and is home to the Simon Fraser University Bill Reid Art Collection, as well as special exhibitions of contemporary Indigenous art of the Northwest Coast of North America. Through ...
his art, Bill Reid continues to inspire emerging and established contemporary Indigenous artists. His legacies include infusing the art traditions of the Haida with modern forms of expression, influencing the next generation of artists, and building lasting bridges between First Nations and other peoples. The Bill Reid Gallery offers public programs including artist talks and artist-led workshops which provide a greater awareness and appreciation of Indigenous values and cultures. Visit the Gallery Shop or browse online- proceeds from all purchases support the Gallery’s artistic and educational programs. The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is an initiative of the Bill Reid Foundation. Established in 1999 as a non-profit charitable organization, the Foundation’s mission is to preserve the art and perpetuate the legacies of Bill Reid. The gallery celebrates the centennial birthday of Bill Reid (1920–1998) with an exhibition about his extraordinary life and legacy, To Speak With a Golden Voice, from July 16, 2020 to April 11, 2021. Guest curated by Gwaai Edenshaw — considered to be Reid’s last apprentice — the group exhibition includes rarely seen treasures by Reid and works from artists such as Robert Davidson and Beau Dick. Two new artworks by contemporary artist Cori Savard (Haida) and singer-songwriter Kinnie Starr (Mohawk/Dutch/German/Irish) will be created for this exhibition.
Birding by Season

Birding by Season

Stephenville, Newfoundland & Labrador Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing13 Delaware Drive (709) 721-3557 Visit Website
Birding by Season
Birding by Season is a small eco-tour company, committed to the conservation of the birds that bring us so much joy. We draw on 17 years birding experience and intimate knowledge of Southwestern Newfoundland to create quality birding tours that introduce birders at any skill level to this beautiful place. Experience amazing birdlife in Southwestern ...
Newfoundland’s rich natural habitat. We offer single and multi-day birding tours for small groups. Year-round tours take you to boreal forests, sculpted coastlines and protected wetlands. Spot seasonal rarities, boreal residents and arctic migrants. Tours are designed to consider birds and their habitat. Tours begin and end in Stephenville, just 2 hours from the Port aux Basques Ferry, 1.5 hours from Deer Lake Airport or fly into Stephenville Airport.
Black River Wilderness Park

Black River Wilderness Park

Washago, Ontario Cabins, Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Tours, Jewellery, Storytelling, Teepees, Walking Tours, Workshops, Yurts
Show Listing7476 Simcoe County Rd 169 705-689-2502 Visit Website
Black River Wilderness Park
Breathe in the scent of cedar and pine. Hear the water rushing down the Black River. Kick back in your very own teepee on an island in the middle of the river. The 180-acre Black River Wilderness Park, 90 minutes north of Toronto, stretches alongside the river and offers scores of different campsites. Stay in ...
a yurt, teepee or cabin or your own tent or RV. And immerse yourself in the culture and history of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation. Stop by the fully stocked Trading Post to pick up a sandwich and a pair of moccasins then take a workshop to learn how Indigenous crafts are made. Find out how to build a teepee, learn to drum or create jewelry. Take a medicine walk and learn about the importance of the Eastern white pine. Visitors can join an interpretative walk along 10 kilometers of trails accessible by three bridges across the river, says Robert Furlonger, a general manager with the Chippewas of Rama First Nation. “People can sit in teaching circles within a large teepee in the main grounds and we’ll talk with them about the Seven Grandfather teachings, about love and respect and all of those truths, and explain the history behind them and the significance of what these teachings mean to native culture,” says Furlonger. “The intent is to bring Rama culture within the park itself, and get back to what we call ‘re-Earthing,’ which is basically getting back to being one with the Earth.”
Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park

Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park

Siksika, Alberta Cultural Tours, Gift Shop, Teepees
Show Listing146 Siksika Visit Website
Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park
History runs deep here where traditional Blackfoot culture and the new generation of the Siksika Nation meet at the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park. Take a guided tour in our eco-friendly Blackfoot Crossing museum; spend the night in a buffalo hide tipi, walk in the footsteps of 10,000 Blackfoot confederacy warriors where Treaty No. 7 was ...
signed. The Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park offers interactive exhibits that showcase the culture, history, and rich traditions of the Blackfoot Peoples and the Siksika Nation as well as theatre performances and shows that captivate and teach. School programs and are offered that include Indigenous guided tours, where Elders tell Traditional stories and teach the classes about botany, the plants of the valley, and the history of the area. For a longer and more immersive experience, visit Chief Crowfoot’s Tipi Village where local interpreters demonstrate traditional skills such as tanning, smoking, dances, and shelter building. You can even stay in one of the authentic Tipis for a night or two and enjoy access to the entire Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park during your stay.
Blue Spruce X

Blue Spruce X

HV-Goose Bay, Newfoundland & Labrador Cabins, Hiking Tours, Ice Fishing, Snowmobiling
Show Listing5 Valley View Drive Po Box 1207 (709) 899-0064 Visit Website
Blue Spruce X
Explore the pristine landscape of mountains, tundra, boreal forests, lakes and the seemingly endless coastline of Central Labrador, Nunatsiavut, Nitassinan and Nunatukavut in the company of Gordie Rendell and Blue Spruce X Inc. A proud Labrador Inuit, Gordie is a registered Newfoundland Labrador guide; explore the Traditional territory of the Labrador Inuit in the company ...
of those who know this land the best. Travel by snowmobile and join a guided tour of North West River and Nain on a thousand-kilometre trip viewing the soaring Mealy Mountains, Kaipokok Bay, hundreds of islands and the Labrador Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Along the way learn more about the unique Culture of Central Labrador, the Innu and Nunatsiavut Land. Enjoy a multi-day adventure and observe the Traditional local seal hunt and learn contemporary harvesting methods, snowshoe the Upper Lake Melville trails before relaxing in a sauna, watch the Northern Lights shimmer overhead. Whizz over frozen lakes mushing a dog sled; take a snowmobile ride at night; visit local Cultural museums and meet artists and artisans. Feast on traditional food by the fire and enjoy the age-old traditions of live music. Try the fun and freedom of off-roading in a utility amphibious Fat Truck vehicle. Explore and experience the magical natural beauty of this land from polar bears and icebergs to the tundra and glacier-rounded mountains. Contact Gordie to create a bespoke multi-day or one-day tour experience.
Borealis Beading

Borealis Beading

Ste Genevieve, Manitoba Workshops
Show Listing38073 Mun 49 N (204) 447-7478 Visit Website
Borealis Beading
Join talented Manitoba Métis artisan, Melanie Gamache, for a hands-on creative workshop in the basics of beadwork. Learn the art and skill of two-needle beading along with its Cultural and historical significance to the Métis people—‘the Flower Beadwork People.’ Melanie’s informal workshops are delivered in a style reflective of the traditional beading circle where friends ...
and family would meet to share stories and talk about their day while passing on the traditional art of beadwork.
Bucketlist Tours

Bucketlist Tours

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Cultural Tours, Northern Lights, Storytelling, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing7B Otto Drive (867) 445-8405 Visit Website
Bucketlist Tours
Begin a personal journey in Yellowknife, in the beating heart of Bucket List Tour experiences. From stunning encounters with the shimmering lights of the Aurora Borealis to the roar of Virginia Falls, Canada’s highest waterfalls—twice the height of Niagara Fall—to learning more of authentic Indigenous culture, amazing memories await. Bucket List offers intimate tours with ...
a maximum guest capacity of 16. Your home-from-home luxury transport has comfy reclining seats, a full-sized fridge stocked with snacks, a full-screen TV to watch northern films and documentaries, a washroom, and plenty of room to stretch out and enjoy awesome views. Owned and operated by Tracy Therrien, a resident of the Northwest Territories for more than 30 years and ex-Executive Director of the Northern Frontier Visitors Center, all the team of Bucket List Tours are long-time Northerners with deep roots in the tourism industry, who can’t wait to share their knowledge of this incredible place with you. Whether it’s an evening experiencing the breathtaking beauty of the northern lights, an afternoon discovering the delights of Yellowknife from its Legislative Assembly Building and Diamond Mines to the old town, Ragged Ass Road and a small Dene community, or a 10-day tour diving deep into the magnificent wildlife, jaw-dropping natural beauty, cuisine and Culture of the north in our luxury coach, Bucket List Tours is ready to help you make unforgettable memories.
Buffalo Rock Tipi Camp

Buffalo Rock Tipi Camp

Brocket, Alberta Cultural Demonstrations, Hiking Tours, Storytelling, Teepees
Show Listing (403) 632-5296 Visit Website
Buffalo Rock Tipi Camp
Experience traditional Blackfoot ways and Culture at the Buffalo Rock Tipi Camp along the Old Man River in Southern Alberta on the Piikani Nation Reserve. Sleep under the stars in an authentic tipi as the Blackfoot People have done for centuries. Take part in an exciting Indigenous tourism adventure which protects and sustains both the ...
environment and this ancient, yet still-thriving culture. Add a cultural tour to your camping experience and join a Blackfoot Elder to bear witness to traditional ceremonies, gather to hear stories of the Plains people, delve into the meaning behind different tipi designs and see ancient tipi rings. Join a Cottonwood Valley expert for a hike and take a guided Indigenous walk along the Old Man River, learn ancient medicinal remedies with plants and herbs, enjoy a taste of foraged berries along the way, savour delicious Indigenous cuisine around the campfire at this one-of-a-kind tipi camp.
Cailuan Art Gallery

Cailuan Art Gallery

Cornwall, Ontario Art Gallery
Show Listing225 Pitt Street (613) 363-0344 Visit Website
Cailuan Art Gallery
Welcome to Cailuan Inc. your number one source for all things art in Cornwall, Ontario. Whether you’re looking for supplies to create your own works, seeking inspiration with a workshop with owner-artist Tracy Lynn Davies, or shopping for a one-of-a-kind piece from our featured artists, we’re dedicated to providing you quality, service, and satisfaction. ...
Camp Grayling

Camp Grayling

Stony Rapids, Saskatchewan
Show ListingAirport Drive (306) 439-2178 Visit Website
Camp Grayling
Welcome to Camp Grayling, home of the fishing Grand Slam in beautiful Stony Rapids, Saskatchewan, just 40 miles south of the Northwest Territories. We offer world-class fishing for northern pike, lake trout, grayling, and walleye with comfortable lodging and superb dining options in our hotel or outpost camps on must-fish lakes. ...
Camp La Lucarne - Anishnabek Outfitter Inc.

Camp La Lucarne - Anishnabek Outfitter Inc.

Laniel, Quebec Cabins, Canoeing, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing, Spas, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing1920, route 101 819-634-2800 Visit Website
Camp La Lucarne - Anishnabek Outfitter Inc.
Camp La Lucarne is a choice destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers wishing to explore the riches of the vast Témiscamingue region. Discover lush forests, abundant wildlife and breathtaking landscapes on 1600 km of shoreline along the legendary Lake Kipawa. Camp La Lucarne is the perfect oasis for your hunting and fishing expeditions. In ...
winter, you can also enjoy mountain biking, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing; in summer make the most of the beautiful beach, spa and canoeing.
Camp Louis Jolliet Outfitting

Camp Louis Jolliet Outfitting

Mistissini, Quebec Cabins, Freshwater Fishing
Show Listing187 Main Street 418-770-6331 Visit Website
Camp Louis Jolliet Outfitting
A treasure on Cree territory, the Louis-Jolliet Camp offers the ideal fishing spot in the heart of the Rupert River which counts over 75 rapids. Under license by Mistassini Lake Outfitting Camp, Louis- Jolliet Camp, named in honour of the first French-Canadian explorer, blends modern amenities with a rustic charm to ensure clients enjoy a ...
comfortable and memorable stay. The camp can accommodate 32 people in 8 newly renovated cottages. Accessible by boat or seaplane from Mistissini, Louis-Jolliet Camp is yours to discover for unforgettable fishing moments on the largest freshwater surface in Quebec!
Camping Plage Robertson

Camping Plage Robertson

Mashteuiatsh, Quebec Tenting
Show Listing2202 Ouiatchouan 418-275-1375 Visit Website
Camping Plage Robertson
Located in the heart of the major tourist attractions of Lac-Saint-Jean, Camping Plage Robertson has been warmly welcoming visitors for over 50 years to an enchanting wooded campsite along a sandy beach. In addition to the pitches for all types of equipment and ready-to-camp sites, we offer swimming activities, a bike path, games for young ...
and old, and Cultural activities. After a full day’s adventures, admire sunset over the lake while enjoying dinner on-site at Le Raf-inné Restaurant.
Camping Tadoussac and Camping Tipi

Camping Tadoussac and Camping Tipi

Essipit, Quebec Hiking Tours, RV Parks, Teepees, Tenting, Walking Tours, Whale Watching
Show Listing46, rue de la Réserve 418.233.2266 / 1888.868.6666 Visit Website
Camping Tadoussac and Camping Tipi
Nestled on a hillside above the Saguenay-St Lawrence Marine Park, Camping Tadoussac offers 191 sites for tents and RVs along with five ready-to-camp safari tents and a cozy cabin. Enjoy our relaxing family-friendly atmosphere with exceptional views of the St Lawrence river and Saguenay fjord. We offer fully serviced and non-serviced sites, isolated camping for ...
extra privacy, panoramic views over the ST Lawrence river and Saguenay Fjord and four ready-to-camp safari tent sites, and a cabin with cozy double beds, electric lighting, a mini refrigerator, electric stove with two burners and many other little luxuries. Kuei Kuei! Bienvenue! Welcome to our second location, Camping Le Tipi, in the heart of the Innu community, Essipit, just a 30-minute drive from Tadoussac. We offer 50 campsites here for tents and RVs (serviced and unserviced) with plenty of amenities including showers, toilets, wi-fi, and picnic tables. Start enjoying your stay the moment you arrive with our ‘ready-to-camp’ package; a cozy safari tent with two double beds, electric lighting, a mini refrigerator, electric stove with two burners and many other little luxuries. Whether you stay in Tadoussac or Essipit we offer the ideal place to enjoy the natural wonders of our Innu lands and explore the great outdoors in the heart of the St Lawrence whale watching region. From sea kayaking, hunting, fishing and hiking to viewing black bears and, of course, whales, there is so much to do and see here for all the family.
Canadian Wilderness Inn

Canadian Wilderness Inn

Boissevain, Manitoba
Show Listing306 Mountain St (204) 534-7155 Visit Website
Canadian Wilderness Inn
Canadian Wilderness Inn offers clean, comfortable, cosy 3.5-star accommodation in southwest Manitoba’s Turtle Mountains. With three locations—Boissevain, Deloraine, and Killarney—the inns are a perfect base for fishing, hiking, canoeing, geocaching, and exploring local parks and the International Peace Garden. All rooms feature new flat screen TVs, free high-speed wireless Internet, continental breakfast, and outside BBQ ...
area. Founder Irvin Goodon, an avid nature enthusiast, has woven a wildlife theme throughout Canada’s only post-frame-built motels, including the antler chandeliers for sale at the Boissevain location.
Cape Croker Park

Cape Croker Park

Neyaashiinigmiing, Ontario RV Parks, Tenting, Workshops
Show Listing112 Park Rd 519 534 0571 Visit Website
Cape Croker Park
Cape Croker Park, owned and operated by the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation is a year-round Indigenous Tourism Destination located on the western shores of Manitou gichigaming “Lake of the Great Spirit” (Georgian Bay, Ontario). The Campground is open from May to Thanksgiving Day, while the Park itself is open year-round! The Park encompasses ...
520 acres nestled between high limestone bluffs. Cape Croker Park makes a perfect get-a-way for the whole family. With 315 campsites, suitable for tents and trailers, our large capacity can accommodate all types of campers. Electrical sites are available in some camping areas. Sites are comfortably laid out and close to all you’ll need while you’re away from home. Although Cape Croker Park is a small part of the 2 million acres of our Traditional Territory, it contains rich natural beauty and has deep cultural roots. Our team of experienced Anishinaabe naturalists and guides offer access to these lands and cultural history through Anishinaabe Cultural Experiences. These experiences will introduce you to the Anishinaabek culture through guided hikes, art, storytelling, hands-on learning, and traditional plants. You will learn how we used plants for food, medicine, in ceremony and in daily life. You will hear stories passed down through the generations, stories of our deep connection to and understanding of the natural world. You will hear Anishinaabemowin, our language, and possibly learn a few words. After participating in the Anishinaabe Cultural Experiences, take a break with swim in our beautiful blue water of Wiikwedoonse (Sydney Bay), relax on the beach, and take home a bottle of our Award-Winning Maple Syrup from Ziibaakdakaan Maple right in the park, where we have produced maple syrup for feasting, ceremony, and trade in this exact location for centuries.
Carcross/Tagish Management Corporation

Carcross/Tagish Management Corporation

Whitehorse, Yukon Canoeing, Cultural Tours, Hiking Tours, Museums, Sea Kayaking, Storytelling
Show Listing209-100 Main St 1-867-393-2356 Visit Website
Carcross/Tagish Management Corporation
Haat yee.á haa een ash kanyeelyát, sagú yéi nasní yeewháan ḵa ig̱aneix̱! Come play with us, have fun and be safe! Welcome to Carcross, a friendly community within the Traditional Territory of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation. Surrounded by big skies, soaring mountains and emerald-coloured glacier-fed lakes our little community is alive with Indigenous art and ...
Culture. Discover some of Carcross’s treasures: the only one-way street in the Yukon, the oldest hotel in the territory, the smallest desert in the world and the Yukon’s strongest bridge. Visit the Haa Shagóon Hídi Learning Centre(our Ancestors’ house), guarded by eight towering totem poles to admire its unique art and learn more about our community’s storied history. Take the short interpretive walk along Nares Lake to reach downtown Carcross and enjoy shopping at the Carcross Commons, an artisans’ hub, and sip gourmet coffee while the kids have fun at the Game Mother playground. Take a trip back to the days of the Gold Rush and visit the historic White Pass and Yukon Route Railway train station and Matthew General Store, the oldest in the Yukon. Carcross also boasts the world-class Montana Mountain biking and hiking trails, built and maintained by local Indigenous youth since 2006, through the Single Track to Success (S2S) program. Retrace the steps of a century-old mule trail on the Mountain Hero Trail, explore the re-purposed old mining trails and climb to the top of Montana Mountain for an incredible view shared with the caribou, and enjoy the exhilarating return to the bottom! Gunalchéesh haat yeey.aadí Thank you all for coming!
Cariboo Chilcotin Jetboat Adventures

Cariboo Chilcotin Jetboat Adventures

Riske Creek, British Columbia Boat Tours, Hiking Tours, Wildlife Viewing
Show ListingPo Box 63 1-877-748-8687 Visit Website
Cariboo Chilcotin Jetboat Adventures
From one-hour tours to eight-hour adventures, join us on the Fraser River to make memories that will last a lifetime. Wildlife viewing, Indigenous Culture and history, and tales of the Gold Rush are all part of the fun—just bring your sense of curiosity and we supply the rest! Experience pristine wilderness with eagles, bighorn sheep ...
and bears. Our river tours start at our private boat launch, 15 minutes west of Williams Lake on Hwy 20. Shuttles can be provided with advance notice.
Carvings Nunavut

Carvings Nunavut

Iqaluit, Nunavut Carvings, RV Parks
Show ListingPO Box 1352 (867)979-0650 Visit Website
Carvings Nunavut
Carvings Nunavut is a 100 % Inuit-owned gallery, with one of the world’s largest inventory of authentic Inuit art. Based in Iqualit, Nunavut, and owned by Inuit entrepreneur Lori Idlout, the gallery works closely with its artists offering them support to have the proper tools, protection and stone they need to create their work. A ...
homegrown Inuit success story and global leader In Inuit Art, you can buy with confidence, no matter where you are in the world, as each of our precious pieces is safely packed in its own foam mold before shipping.
Casino Dene

Casino Dene

Cold Lake, Alberta Casinos
Show ListingRoute 28 &, AB-897 (780) 594-7900 Visit Website
Casino Dene
Eat, play and be entertained at the hottest spot in the Lakeland. With two restaurants, free live entertainment every weekend and over 250 different games to choose from there is always something to do at Casino Dene. Pull up a seat, join the fun and allow us to bring Vegas to you! Join us for ...
our daily Casino Dene happy hour, Prime Rib Fridays, Wing Wednesdays and Sundays, and other great promotions in our Aurora Bar and Lounge
Cassiar Cannery

Cassiar Cannery

Port Edward, British Columbia Cabins
Show Listing3900 Skeena Dr 250-628-9260 Visit Website
Cassiar Cannery
As the longest consecutively operated salmon cannery on the West Coast of Canada, Cassiar Cannery operated from 1903 through 1983. Now through thoughtful restoration, four of the former cannery manager’s waterfront heritage homes are available for rentals. These unique, self-catering Guest Houses are available for nightly or executive rental and include luxury linens, reclaimed cedar ...
furniture, full kitchens, and BBQs, TVs/DVD players. Wi-Fi is available and some houses have satellite TV. There’s also ample parking and a deep-freeze for fishers. On-site explore this fascinating National Historic Site, visit the North Pacific Cannery Museum, and stroll the boardwalk. The ideal base to cast a line in some of B.C.’s most favoured fishing grounds where the Skeena River meets the Pacific Ocean, there’s a government marina with boat launch, and a general store with marine fuel, fishing licenses and bait within 15 minutes. You’ll sleep soundly in this historic spot.
Castaways Cottages & Campground

Castaways Cottages & Campground

Hay River, Northwest Territories Cabins, Tenting
Show Listing28067B Mackenzie Hwy Visit Website
Castaways Cottages & Campground
Tucked away on the southern shores of the Great Slave Lake, close to the community of Hay River, Castaways Cottages is the perfect spot for a weekend break or week-long getaway in the Northwest Territories. We offer cosy cottages and comfy rooms, each cottage is equipped with a full kitchen, bath and TV. Our property ...
has 15 beautiful acres of private beachfront so you can relax and enjoy the 24-hour sun in the summertime or the endless shimmering aurora borealis during the winter months. Isolated enough to allow our guests to relax in pristine nature, Castaway Cottages is also 10 minutes from the friendly town of Hay River offering easy access to modern comforts. If you want a one-of-a-kind experience watching the amazing aurora borealis from a cosy cabin or you’re looking for world class fishing on Great Slave Lake for lake trout, arctic grayling, whitefish and northern pike, you’ll have an unforgettable experience with us at Castaways Cottages. We are a 100% locally owned Indigenous business, with a strong emphasis on showcasing and supporting our Traditional Culture and local Cultural events. Whether this is your first experience north of the 60th parallel, or you’re a local northerner wanting to get away for a quiet weekend, call us and let’s start planning your trip.
Cedar House Gallery

Cedar House Gallery

Ucluelet, British Columbia Art Gallery
Show Listing1645 Cedar Road Visit Website
Cedar House Gallery
The Cedar House Gallery in Ucluelet specializes in artworks of the West Coast Nations of Vancouver Island, collectively known as Nuu-chah-nulth, which translates loosely to “all along the mountains and sea.” Owner Tlehpika Hjalmer Wenstob is an artist who hails from the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation, and most days, you will find him carving in the ...
gallery, with his family around him. Aside from his own often politically motivated works, visitors will find masks, bentwood boxes, jewelry, prints, woven baskets and more created by artists including Agnes Seaweed Wisden and Russell Tate.
Centre D'Amitié Autochtone La Tuque: Centre Sakihikan

Centre D'Amitié Autochtone La Tuque: Centre Sakihikan

La Tuque, Quebec
Show Listing425, rue Saint-Louis 819-680-0306 Visit Website
Centre D'Amitié Autochtone La Tuque: Centre Sakihikan
Welcome to the Sakihikan Centre, a meeting place! The Sakihikan Centre is a cultural centre with an Aboriginal art shop. Here, you can join us in workshops and cultural activities. We also provide rental spaces for your events, or we can create your event for you! ...
Centre for Indigenous Theatre

Centre for Indigenous Theatre

Toronto, Ontario Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Performances, Workshops
Show Listing180 Shaw Street, Suite 209 416-506-9436 Visit Website
Centre for Indigenous Theatre
Founded in 1974, the Centre for Indigenous Theatre is the only school of its kind in Canada training future Indigenous artists. We offer Indigenous actors, playwrights, directors and creatives three and four-year full-time conservatory-style, post-secondary professional training that prioritizes Indigenous Culture; foregrounding the Indigenous theatre canon and prioritizing Indigenous knowledge, Culture, language, values and practices ...
with the goal of expanding excellence in Indigenous theatre across Canada and beyond.
Chalets De L'Anse Ste-Hélène

Chalets De L'Anse Ste-Hélène

Gesgapegiag, Quebec Cabins
Show Listing892 boul. Perron Est 581 886-5455 Visit Website
Chalets De L'Anse Ste-Hélène
Head to the Mi’kmaq community of Gesgapegiag to enjoy striking views of the Baie des Chaleurs and breathtaking sunrises at the Chalets de l’Anse Ste-Hélène.Our fully equipped cottages are perfectly suited for family vacations, romantic getaways or solo stays. Treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind experience and stay in a replica of La Grande Hermaine, the ...
largest of the three ships Jacques Cartier used to cross the Atlantic back in 1535! Come stay in the Bay and make memories to last a lifetime.
Chalets De L'anse-à-Jos, à Yves et Chalets Shipek

Chalets De L'anse-à-Jos, à Yves et Chalets Shipek

Essipit, Quebec Boat Tours, Cabins, Canoeing, Hiking Tours, Walking Tours, Whale Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing46, rue de la Réserve 418.233.2266 / 1888.868.6666 Visit Website
Chalets De L'anse-à-Jos, à Yves et Chalets Shipek
Just a 30-minute drive from the attractions of Tadoussac, we welcome our visitors to the heart of our Innu community Essipit and our three Anse-à-Yves cottages, high above the St Lawrence river. Enjoy panoramic views of the river from your secluded perch on your wrap-around deck; spot whales lazily flip their tails in the water ...
below. Our two-bedroom cottages are designed for four to six adults, complete with comfortable double beds, a full bathroom, living room with wi-fi, DVD player and cable TV. Down towards the beach, dotted above the shore of the St Lawrence river, you’ll find our five distinctive red roof A-frame Anse-a-Jos chalets, designed with comfort in mind featuring fully equipped kitchens, complete bathrooms, cozy beds with fresh linens, living room with TV and DVD player. Sleep soundly lulled by the sound of the waves. In the Innu language, Shipek means ‘saltwater’, just a few kilometers from Tadoussac, our Shipek chalets are mostly designed for two (and children under the age of five), with one chalet designed for four adults. Shipek chalets offer well-equipped kitchens including fondue pots, cosy bedding, wi-fi, electricity and private balconies overlooking the St Lawrence. Whether you stay with us in Anse-à-Yves, Shipek or Anse-a-Jos, enjoy time around the crackling flames at your own fire pit and coffee each morning on your private deck. From sea kayaking, hunting, fishing and hiking to whale watching and viewing black bears, there is so much to do and see here for all the family.
Chims Motel & Guest House

Chims Motel & Guest House

Port Alberni, British Columbia Cabins
Show ListingUnit 2 A- 6890 Pacific Rim Highway Visit Website
Chims Motel & Guest House
Enjoy an authentic Indigenous Experience with your hosts, Ed and Naomi Nicholson, on traditional Tseshaht Territory in Port Alberni. Relax in our welcoming guest suite decorated with original Indigenous art, complete with full kitchen, bathroom and laundry, surrounded by beautiful mountain views. Ideally located on HWY 4 in Port Alberni and perfect for an overnight ...
stay to or from Tofino. Enhance your stay with a Cultural experience: try traditional beading or painting, de-stress with a holistic health treatment, learn to weave with cedar or savour an authentic seafood feast.
CL Outdoors

CL Outdoors

Cole Bay, Saskatchewan Cabins, Ice Fishing, RV Parks, Snowmobiling
Show ListingBox 70 (306) 716-5761 Visit Website
CL Outdoors
North Haven Lodge and Resort is a secluded getaway tucked deep within Northern Saskatchewan’s boreal forest, perched on the shores of Canoe Lake, one of the world’s best fishing lakes. The lodge features nine cabins and another nine RV/camping spots, as well as a well-stocked convenience store, laundry service, boat rentals, fishing supplies and dining ...
area. Guests can enjoy kids’ camps, swimming, bonfires, and nature walks in summer; guided snowmobile tours and ice fishing in winter; breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife year-round.
Clayoquot Wild

Clayoquot Wild

Tofino, British Columbia Boat Tours, Saltwater Fishing, Whale Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing316 Main Street Visit Website
Clayoquot Wild
Discover the wild of Clayoquot Sound with our local experts. Encounters may include gray whales, humpback whales, orcas, sea lions, eagles, sea otters, harbour porpoise, puffins and many varieties of marine birds and much more! In the heart of Clayoquot Sound find those unspoken connections with the natural world. With smaller groups and responsive hosts ...
your curiosity and the animals that present themselves to you will shape your experience. You will be guided by people that have expertise and a special relationship with nature that only comes from years of being part of it.
Cluxewe Resort

Cluxewe Resort

Port McNeill, British Columbia Resorts, RV Parks
Show Listing#1 Cluxewe Campground Rd Visit Website
Cluxewe Resort
Welcome to Cluxewe, a natural wonder, in the land of the Kwakiutl people. Listen to waves splash on the shoreline. Awaken to the haunting sound of loons or the rusty-gate screech of a bald eagle. Enjoy fabulous summer sunsets over Broughton Strait. In early summer you can enjoy both sunsets and sunrises from your deck. ...
Each of the twelve cozy cottages, including the 3-unit “tri-plex,” comes with cooking and dining utensils, stove, refrigerator, microwave oven, and full bathroom. Cottages also feature TV/VCR’s with satellite television. These cottages are wonderful retreats for artists, writers, and nature lovers as well as fishermen! 152 campsites, many on the ocean and Cluxewe River estuary.
Coastal Rainforest Safaris

Coastal Rainforest Safaris

Campbell River, British Columbia Bear Watching, Glamping, Whale Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing205E – 2005 Eagle Drive 778-787-1874 Visit Website
Coastal Rainforest Safaris
Experience the ultimate West Coast Canadian wildlife and Cultural adventure with Coastal Rainforest Safaris in the Great Bear Rainforest. Join us to experience an unforgettable nature adventure that includes whale watching, grizzly bear viewing, and a unique opportunity to learn about the Indigenous Culture of the Kwakwaka’wakw People, who have resided in the area since ...
time began. Sleep soundly in luxury safari-style tents at our wilderness camp surrounded by the wildlife-rich land and waters of the Great Bear Rainforest. Our four-day safari will give you a truly special insight into this extraordinary environment, you’ll also have a unique opportunity to learn from local Kwakwaka’wakw guides, who are proud of their heritage and excited to share their Culture, stories, and knowledge of the land. After a thrilling day exploring, you won’t go hungry at camp; our talented chef showcases fresh seafood and locally grown ingredients served around a communal table. Depending on the season, you may be feasting on salmon, halibut, crab, or prawns. Dinner is served with a selection of Vancouver Island wines and craft beers, for a true taste of British Columbia. A long-term relationship and agreement with the Tlatlasikwala and Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw First Nations enables us to access wildlife viewing areas and stunning beaches that most tour operators do not have the permission or the necessary permits to visit. With permission of the T’lat’lasikwala First Nation, our camp is on the ancient seasonal village site of Xwamdasbe’ which translates to “a place for otters”.
Copper Maker Gallery

Copper Maker Gallery

Port Hardy, British Columbia Art Gallery, Carvings
Show Listing114 Copper Way 250-230-4051 Visit Website
Copper Maker Gallery
The Copper Maker Gallery was created by artists Calvin and Marie Hunt to teach Kwakwaka’wakw children their “Gwa’layu”, ( reason for living) and to showcase their creative works. An internationally renowned Kwakwaka’wakw Master Carver, Calvin Hunt’s work features in major museums and private collections around the world. Located in the picturesque village of Fort Henry, ...
located just outside of Port Hardy, the Copper Maker Gallery offers a chance to see this extraordinary artist at work, and view his intricately carved canoes, totem poles and masks. Hunt combines traditional elements of southern Kwakitul art with his own creativity to create the masterpieces that live within the Gallery today. Walk through Hunt’s carving shed and studio, to see works in progress before visiting the Gallery where you can find prints, masks, baskets, weaving, and carved pieces from Hunt, and several other First Nations artists.
Copper Sun Gallery

Copper Sun Gallery

Bella Coola, British Columbia Art Gallery, Carvings, Jewellery, RV Parks
Show Listing442 MacKenzie Street 250-799-0033 Visit Website
Copper Sun Gallery
Located in the Bella Coola Valley, explore the heritage and artistry of the Nuxalk Nation at the Copper Sun Gallery. Cedar bark miniature hats, beaded earrings and moccasins, and carvings, paintings and masks by masters and self-taught artists are available for purchase created by talented Indigenous artisans. If you’re keen to further explore the Culture ...
and environment of the Great Bear Rain Forest, the gallery provides interpretive walking tours of the local Totems and Great Cedars, as well as river rafting trips.
Corporation Nibiischii

Corporation Nibiischii

Mistissini, Quebec Freshwater Fishing, Workshops
Show ListingC.P. 2380 418-748-7748 Visit Website
Corporation Nibiischii
Nibiischii, meaning “Land of Water,”is a breathtaking 16,000-km² land of boreal forest shaped by thousands of majestic lakes and rivers and managed by the Cree Nation of Mistissini’s Nibiischii Corporation. Albanel, Mistassini, and Waconichi lakes are top destinations for anglers; the Corporation offers fishing and canoe expeditions with beautiful lodging and camping facilities and the ...
best customer service. Guests can also enjoy yoga retreats, mushroom picking, training weekends, and Cree arts and crafts workshops.
Coyote Rock Golf Course

Coyote Rock Golf Course

Williams Lake, British Columbia Golf
Show Listing2551 Cariboo Hwy 778-267-4653 Visit Website
Coyote Rock Golf Course
Built on Secwepemc traditional territory, on Highway 97, Coyote Rock golf course offers stunning views of Williams Lake and the San Jose River Valley from nearly every tee box. A nine-hole master’s length par-33 course, Coyote Rock offers a challenge for every level of golfer. Whether you’re working your way through the dog-leg on #4, ...
challenging yourself with the 523-yard #5, or admiring the vistas from the cart path, you’ll be sure to love our course. We also offer a driving range, full pro shop and fully licensed club house.
Cree Cultural Institute

Cree Cultural Institute

Oujé-Bougoumou, Quebec Gift Shop, Museums, Virtual Experience - C&H
Show Listing205, Opemiska Meskino CP 1168 418.745.2444 Visit Website
Cree Cultural Institute
Wachiya! Awarded the United Nations “We the Peoples” Award, the community of Oujé- Bougoumou is host to the Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute. This unique centre is more than a museum, it is a centre where Cree Culture is experienced and taught. Visitors can admire 5,000 -year- old artefacts that illustrate the Cree Peoples’ rich history ...
and their connection to the land. The institute is also home to a library and archives dedicated to the preservation of our history.
Cree North Adventures

Cree North Adventures

Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan Snowshoeing, Teepees, Workshops
Show Listing8108 Flying Dust Reserve (306) 304-7005 Visit Website
Cree North Adventures
Let go of the constant pressure from the modern world to be busy and revive your spirits with Mother Earth’s healing energy and strength when you join Cree North Adventures for an opportunity to reconnect with yourself and the land. Created in July 2019, by Flying Dust Nation member, Blaine Mirasty, Cree North Adventures offers ...
authentic Cree experiences such as a hands-on demonstration of setting up a tipi or cooking over an open fire along the banks of the Meadow River in Saskatchewan: “I created Cree North Adventures to help promote, preserve and re-learn traditional Cree land-based activities. Join me so we can sustain and enhance our traditional Cree way of life.” Learn to make pemmican and pick berries; paddle a canoe or kayak on a guided tour; learn the Cree world-view of ‘miyo-pimachesowin’ from Elders; enjoy the beauty of winter on an interpretive snowshoe expedition along a groomed trail through the bush; camp out under the stars in our secluded campground with nearby house access for indoor shower and bathroom use, also outdoor portable facilities available. Upgrade to a ‘glamping’ experience in an 18ft traditional Cree tipi with all mod cons—insulated liner, -30 sleeping bags, wood stove, camping cots, artificial grass, power and rope lights around the tipi with guest room access for wi-fi services!
CrossRiver Wilderness Centre & Kootenay Wilderness Tours

CrossRiver Wilderness Centre & Kootenay Wilderness Tours

N/A, British Columbia Cabins, Hiking Tours
Show Listing9272 Cross River Road (403) 800-2564 Visit Website
CrossRiver Wilderness Centre & Kootenay Wilderness Tours
The CrossRiver Wilderness Centre in the Canadian Rockies is rooted in our Métis ancestry, seeking to cultivate creativity, health and resilience in our more-than-human world. We offer historic heritage cabin and tipi accommodation; experienced wilderness guides, educators, and artists; delicious wild gourmet meals; unique intercultural sharing experiences with Indigenous Elders and facilitators; various retreat programs, ...
including yoga, painting, song writing, and wilderness skills; and beautiful mountain surroundings for hiking, rafting, creating, sharing around the campfire, or rejuvenating.
Culina Family of Restaurants

Culina Family of Restaurants

Edmonton, Alberta Catering, Counter Service, RV Parks
Show Listing#102 12019A 102ave (780) 250-7044 Visit Website
Culina Family of Restaurants
Pick up a freshly made feast from this grab-and-go takeaway store, offering hot, cold, and frozen individual and family-sized meals to enjoy on the go. Focused on fast and fresh comfort foods made using local ingredients, Culina To Go is the newest addition to Culina on the Lake, Edmonton’s first licensed lakeside patio in Hawrelak ...
Park. Found in the beautifully renovated Oliver Exchange Building, this is the perfect place to pick up a delicious picnic for park goers who are looking to dine outdoors.
Culture Shock Interactive Gallery

Culture Shock Interactive Gallery

Alert Bay, British Columbia Cultural Tours, Jewellery
Show ListingBox 471 Visit Website
Culture Shock Interactive Gallery
Culture Shock Interactive Gallery is 100% Indigenous owned and operated by Andrea Cranmer, Barb Cranmer and Donna Cranmer. Visit our shop for one-of-a-kind treasures melding traditional and contemporary west coast native designs, or book ‘Namgis Roots Experiences for Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays. Learn about the significance of cedar in the ‘Namgis culture while crafting your ...
own cedar bracelet; Savour mouth-watering sockeye salmon cooked on an open fire in traditional ‘Namgis fashion; journey across the water in a traditional ocean-going canoe.
Curve Lake Cultural Centre

Curve Lake Cultural Centre

Curve Lake, Ontario
Show Listing1024 Mississauga Street 705-657-2578 Visit Website
Curve Lake Cultural Centre
Curve Lake First Nation has one of the only First Nation owned and operated Cultural Centres in Ontario. The Cultural Centre is open year-round as a source of knowledge dedicated to keeping Traditions and Ceremonies alive within the community. The Cultural Centre is a place to immerse yourself in the history and Culture of our ...
people, the Michi Saagiig Anishnaabeg. We welcome visitors looking to learn about a unique way of life, and community members that want to build upon and reaffirm their own cultural awareness.
Da Kų Culture Centre

Da Kų Culture Centre

Haines Junction, Yukon
Show Listing280 Alaska Highway (867) 634-3300 Visit Website
Da Kų Culture Centre
The Da Kų Culture Centre celebrates the Culture and traditions of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations. A teaching, curatorial and interpretive facility, Da Kų (Our House) honours our language, stories, strong connection to the land, and our living Culture. We’re also home to Kluane National Park Visitor Centre and Yukon Government’s Visitor Information Centre. ...
Dakota Dunes Resort

Dakota Dunes Resort

Whitecap, Saskatchewan Casinos, Golf, Resorts, RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Table Service
Show Listing203 Dakota Dunes Way, (306) 668-1888 Visit Website
Dakota Dunes Resort
Located on traditional Whitecap Dakota Unceded Territory, nestled within a beautiful river setting and surrounded by gently rolling natural sand dunes, Dakota Dunes Resort & Casino is Saskatoon’s first full-service resort experience. This newly built 155-room resort is a tribute in design to its indigenous heritage with its angular window trims and exterior wood panels ...
echoing the traditional tipi. Only 20-minutes from downtown Saskatoon, discover your oasis in the refined comfort of our pristine accommodations, be inspired by gorgeous views of unspoiled nature, gather and connect in our state-of-the-art convention space, and enjoy a multitude of unique services and activities.
Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre

Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre

Dawson City, Yukon
Show Listing1131 Front Street (867) 993-7100 Visit Website
Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre
Visit the Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre in Dawson City and learn the history and Culture of the First People of the Klondike. Hear our Hän language and music, understand the strength and resilience of our Nation through the events of the past 100 years in the ‘Return to Tr’ochek’ exhibit. Browse unique items in our ...
gift shop.

Stories of Canada - Yukon Territory

The Yukon is marked by historic landmarks, rich culture and dazzling landscapes. During this eight-day itinerary, you’ll follow in the footsteps of historic Gold Rush prospectors, learn about the land with the Kwanlin Dün First Nation, soak in mineral-rich hot springs, take to the skies over a sprawling icefield, and hike in atmospheric Tombstone Territorial Park. Along the way, you’ll meet the warm and welcoming people of the Yukon, including Indigenous Elders who share captivating stories of their ancestors stretching back thousands of years.

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Debahjemuhjig Theatre Group

Debahjemuhjig Theatre Group

Wikwemikong, Ontario Cultural Performances, Storytelling
Show Listing8 Debajehmujig Lane 705-859-1820 Visit Website
Debahjemuhjig Theatre Group
The Debahjemuhjig Theatre Group creates original theatre productions that represent Indigenous world views, culture, and history. They build connections between generations using the art of storytelling and are the only professional theatre group located on a reserve. The group also operates a multi-arts centre in downtown Manitowaning the supports the development of Indigenous artists throughout ...
the area. ‘De-ba-jeh-mu-jig’ translates as ‘storytellers’ from the Cree and Ojibway language.
DH Ranch

DH Ranch

Tsuut'ina, Alberta Cultural Tours, Storytelling, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing53 Cattle Dip Road 639-205-7742 Visit Website
DH Ranch
Unplug from technology and reconnect with nature at DH Ranch and discover the power of the spirit of the horse to promote greater understanding and appreciation for culture and history. Surrounded by wide-open spaces and a natural forest, including Fish Creek, DH Ranch spreads across 25-acres, in the heart of the beautiful Tsuut’ina Nation, offering ...
a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The perfect place to breathe fresh air, take a leisurely walk, or even participate in one of the ranch’s unique cultural programs; from team building for corporations and organizations, to birthday parties, retreats for men and women, Indigenous and diversity awareness education, day camps, and more, DH Ranch has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to bond with your team, celebrate a special occasion, or simply escape the stresses of everyday life, DH Ranch invites you to come and experience the beauty and serenity of their property.
Domaine Notcimik

Domaine Notcimik

LaBostonnais, Quebec Canoeing, Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Tours, Hiking Tours, Storytelling, Teepees, Tenting, Walking Tours, Wildlife Viewing, Workshops
Show Listing418 Rang Sud-Est 819.523.8003 Visit Website
Domaine Notcimik
Domaine Notcimik is located on former hunting grounds for the Atikamekw, on the shores of the Bostonnais River. It is surrounded by clear, beautiful rivers, lakes, and streams with a seemingly neverending network of trails for both summer and winter hiking. Stay in one of the comfortable Indigenous tents, teepees, or prospectors tens that are ...
offered at Domaine Notcimik and experience the culture and traditional lifestyles of the Atikamekw people.
Domaine Philippe Secteur Central

Domaine Philippe Secteur Central

Mashteuiatsh, Quebec Cabins, Stand Up Paddleboarding
Show Listing200, rue du Boisé 418-275-0541 Visit Website
Domaine Philippe Secteur Central
Trees surrounded, 5 Domaine Philippe Secteur central chalets are spread over central sector on du Boisé Street. The sixth one is on Philippe-Philippe Street whose north side terrace opens to the vastness of the lake. Adjoined to the central sector, a landscape pedestrian path leads du Boisé Street vacationers from their own chalet to the ...
southwest sandy shore of the great Saint-Jean lake (Pekuakami).
Dorset Suites/Huit Huit Tours

Dorset Suites/Huit Huit Tours

Cape Dorset, Nunavut Hiking Tours
Show ListingPO Box 4 (867)897-8806 Visit Website
Dorset Suites/Huit Huit Tours
Live your arctic dream on an eco-culture trip in the south Baffin region to immerse in Inuit art, Culture and the inspirational beauty of Cape Dorset. With Huit Huit Tours, you’ll discover more than appreciation for the land; you can share in our kinship with the stunning natural arctic environment, and millennia-old Inuit traditions and ...
knowledge. Explore a land and sea environment teeming with plant and wildlife that has sustained Inuit for centuries. Sleep soundly at the Dorset Suites Hotel, a contemporary architectural expression of a qammaq Inuit winter stone house.
Drift Out West Fly Fishing

Drift Out West Fly Fishing

Airdrie, Alberta Fly Fishing
Show Listing721 Woodside Bay N.W. (403) 827-5876 Visit Website
Drift Out West Fly Fishing
Quinn Soonias knows the majestic Bow River like few others. After all, his Cree Ancestors lived on its banks for millennia, relying on its life-giving resources. Now he leads fly-fishing trips through his company Drift Out West. He offers three different packages as well as custom experiences for solo adventure, family groups, or corporate events. ...
He provides everything, including all the dry flies, streamers, and nymphs, which he ties himself, and hopes all his guests enjoy not just a good day fishing, but the healing benefits of spending time in nature.
Eagle Aerie Gallery

Eagle Aerie Gallery

Tofino, British Columbia Art Gallery, Storytelling
Show Listing350 Campbell St Visit Website
Eagle Aerie Gallery
Open free to the public seven days a week, the artist-owned Roy Henry Vickers Gallery in Tofino, British Columbia is a local landmark, thanks to its traditional Northwest Coast longhouse design with a carved and painted cedar plank exterior and doors of beaten copper. Inside discover Roy’s paintings, original prints, calendars, art cards, and reproductions ...
hanging on hand-adzed cedar walls among totem poles and carvings. Please check our home page to see when Roy is scheduled to be storytelling, a not to be missed attraction!
Eagle Talon Adventures

Eagle Talon Adventures

Old Massett, British Columbia Sea Kayaking
Show Listing245 Eagle Avenue 778-361-0199 Visit Website
Eagle Talon Adventures
What better way to explore all that Haida Gwaii has to offer than by kayak! With Eagle Talon Adventures in Old Massett, whether you’re a pro-paddler or new to the scene, this is your chance year-round, to soak up the unparalleled beauty of this Indigenous coastal paradise. Hire a kayak and go on an ocean ...
adventure of your own to discover the hidden nooks and crannies of coastline or join one of Eagle Talon’s knowledgeable team to take a few lessons or go out on a guided tour. As well as kayak rentals and sea-going supplies, Eagle Talon Adventures also serve up a whole slew of delicious eats. Sustain your energy for the day ahead with a waffle cone ice-cream, and custom-blend, locally roasted Elephant Cage coffee. Browse must-have merchandise and clothing on your visit, and chat with the team to learn about some of Haida Gwaii’s best places and can’t-miss natural phenomena.
Einarsson’s Guide Service

Einarsson’s Guide Service

GYPSUMVILLE, Manitoba Canoeing
Show ListingDAUPHIN RIVER BOX 149 (204) 659-4573 Visit Website
Einarsson’s Guide Service
Discover the beauty of Manitoba’s Dauphin River with Einarsson’s Guide Service for memorable fishing and hunting trips. Join us in spring and summer for superb Walleye fishing staying in our cozy two-bed fully equipped cabins or try winter ice fishing with friends. For outdoor enthusiasts, journey into the heart of mother nature on a multi-day ...
guided canoe trip.
Elsipogtog Mi'kmaq Cultural Center

Elsipogtog Mi'kmaq Cultural Center

Elsipogtog First Nation, New Brunswick Cultural Demonstrations, Walking Tours, Workshops
Show Listing29 Big Cove Road (506) 521-0308 Visit Website
Elsipogtog Mi'kmaq Cultural Center
Immerse yourself in traditional Mi’kmaq culture with the Elsipogtog First Nation in New Brunswick and learn from the teachings of their elders. Spend an afternoon exploring the woods along the Heritage Path and sharing stories over traditional snacks before learning the fine art of basket making to weave a basket of your own to take ...
home and treasure. Smell the aromatic smoke of sweetgrass and sage in a traditional smudging ceremony in the welcoming community teepee. Head into the woods for a walk with your guide along the Heritage Path where you can learn about the plants, trees and berries which have been harvested within this community for generations and used for medicine, basket making and other time-honoured purposes. After exploring the woods and learning some of its secrets, take a break to enjoy a homemade traditional Mi’kmaq snack and beverage before being introduced to the materials and skills you will need to make a nest basket under the guidance of the elders. While you work on weaving your basket, you can learn some traditional Mi’kmaq traditions and phrases. By the end of the day, enriched by the teachings of the elders, you’ll leave carrying a basket that you wove yourself.
Enodah Wilderness Travel Ltd

Enodah Wilderness Travel Ltd

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Boat Tours, Dog Sledding, Freshwater Fishing, Walking Tours
Show Listing403 Kemelli Tili Ndilo (867) 444-9591 Visit Website
Enodah Wilderness Travel Ltd
Enodah Wilderness Travel / Trout Rock Lodge offers high-quality Trophy Pike Fishing all year round, Aurora viewing experiences by night and dogsled tours by winter. Trout Rock Lodge is the only sportfishing lodge in the 100 miles long North Arm of Great Slave Lake. The beautiful wilderness lodge is a 15-minute floatplane ride or 1.5-hour ...
van/Hagglund ride from Yellowknife.
Eskasoni Cultural Journeys

Eskasoni Cultural Journeys

Baddeck, Nova Scotia Cultural Demonstrations, Storytelling, Walking Tours, Workshops
Show ListingTrans-Canada Highway Visit Website
Eskasoni Cultural Journeys
Stroll a wooded waterside pathway with Mi’kmaq guides clad in traditional, homemade moose hide regalia and moccasins. Step inside a spacious tipi in a forest clearing and rest on a cushion alongside a fire pit to experience a soothing and purifying smudge ceremony with the scented smoke from healing herbs. “Our goal is to provide ...
a hands-on, authentic immersion into the music, food and folklore of the world’s biggest Mi’kmaq community of Eskasoni,” says Sandra Macdonald, the band-run company’s Tourism Manager. “The Eskasoni community of 4,500 people is very enthusiastic about sharing views of Mi’kmaq life.” Set along a 2.3-km trail around Goat Island on Cape Breton’s tranquil Bras d’Or Lakes are a series of “stations” manned by passionate band members. Learn to make your own “four cent” cake – the popular snack created from leftover dough fried in lard – over an open fire. Learn insights among traditional hunting and fishing practices. Get up and try the koujua dance alongside a lady in a “jingle dress” whose rows of small metal cones make a tinkling sound as she moves. Practice your drumming. Listen to music. Play the ancient game of waltes and discover the practice of heating a tipi with glowing-hot rocks from a fire. At a reconstructed trading post, hear the stories of how Europeans once exchanged medicine and tobacco for pelts and hides. “The immersion is delivered with much love and dedication to Mi’kmaq culture,” says Macdonald. “We encourage visitors to take their time and ask lots of questions.” The roughly 3-hour experience finishes with tea and warm Mi’kmaq luskinigan, a warm bannock bread baked in an oven, delicious with jam or molasses. Then, it’s off to the gift shop for a handmade memory of your day to take home.

Stories of Canada - Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is home to snug seaside villages, coastal trails leading to dramatic panoramas, and charming lodges and inns, where travelers are welcomed as family and hosted to feasts of freshly caught seafood. During this eight-day itinerary, guests will explore the Cabot Trail, one of the most scenic coastlines in the world; participate in smudge ceremonies and drumming circles with local Mi’kmaq hosts; gaze at the galaxies in a dark sky preserve; and sip Tidal Bay wines in one of Canada’s biggest wine growing regions.

Starting Price: $4,250

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Essipit Cruises

Essipit Cruises

Essipit, Quebec Boat Tours, Whale Watching
Show Listing46, rue de la Réserve 418.233.2266 Visit Website
Essipit Cruises
Board a comfortable 12-passenger inflatable boat and cruise the St. Lawrence River to discover the largest marine mammals on the planet. Guided by a naturalist captain, you’ll be able to observe blue whales, humpback whales, fin whales and white beluga whales. The boat departs from Bergeronnes wharf for a 2-hour cruise to the heart of ...
the deep-sea trench where waters are deeper and food more plentiful. A unique experience and long-lasting memories guaranteed!
Essipit Outfitter: Club Claire

Essipit Outfitter: Club Claire

Essipit, Quebec Bear Watching, Freshwater Fishing, Sea Kayaking
Show Listing46, rue de la Réserve 418.233.2268 Visit Website
Essipit Outfitter: Club Claire
Whether you’re a novice or expert fisherman, you’ll be in paradise on this peaceful site boasting about twenty lakes brimming with native speckled trout. Club Claire Outfitter welcomes you for a day or a longer stay in one of its seven very comfortable, well-equipped cottages, perfect for families or groups of 2 to 12 people. ...
The territory also offers excellent possibilities for moose hunting, as well as game hunting, both big and small.
Essipit Outfitter: Jimmy Lake Outfitters

Essipit Outfitter: Jimmy Lake Outfitters

Essipit, Quebec Bear Watching, Freshwater Fishing, Whale Watching
Show Listing46, rue de la Réserve 418.233.2266 / 1888.868.6666 Visit Website
Essipit Outfitter: Jimmy Lake Outfitters
Essipit Innu territory is located on the north shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence near the picturesque village of Tadoussac. Jimmy Lake Outfitter is adjacent to the Innu Essipit Nation, an engaging community that loves sharing its Cultural knowledge and respect for the land. “What we have to offer at Jimmy Lakes Outfitter is ...
quite simple — time and stillness, two rare commodities nowadays,” says Jeannine Villeneuve, Communications and PR Director at Essipit Holiday. Comprised of a collection of lodges, campgrounds, cottages, and condo-hotel units in the Côte-du-Nord region, Essipit Holiday provides visitors with access to an unspoiled territory of land and lakes that are known for spectacular vistas, authentic Innu trout fishing and wildlife viewing. Jimmy Lakes Outfitter offers eight lakeside cottages and 32 cozy riverfront condo units that accommodate families and friends who want to get away from their urban routines. While some guests opt to simply reconnect with nature and soak up the solitude, others choose more active experiences such as sea kayaking or whale watching, a must for visitors to Quebec’s Côte-du-Nord Innu is much more than a language — it is a singular way of experiencing the world. Visitors to this region have opportunities to connect deeply with nature. “Time stops and I can see our guests slowing down and being transformed by our serene environment,” says Villeneuve, who has been working with Essipit for 26 years. “That’s what I love most about my job, and why I’ve been working here for so long.”
Étamamiou Outfitters

Étamamiou Outfitters

Unamen Shipu, Quebec Freshwater Fishing, Storytelling, Wilderness Lodges, Wildlife Viewing
Show ListingCP 292 418 768-5240 Visit Website
Étamamiou Outfitters
The Innu community of Unamen Shipu, located in Quebec’s Lower North Shore offers stays of 4 or 5 days at sea on an isolated island of the immense Sainte-Marie archipelago, accessible via Zodiac boats. The site is ideal for observing thousands of birds, including sea parrots and northern gannets, while fishing lobster the traditional way. ...
The Etamamiou outfitter provides for exceptional salmon sport fishing with one of the highest success rates in America. As of 2021, members of the community will be able to receive visitors from all over the world for stays of one or two weeks. These stays will be possible year-round and will offer “wellness in the forest”, which melds Indigenous knowledge dating back millennia with the Japanese art of Shinrin-Yoku, a truly unique experience in the world!
Experience Lennox Island

Experience Lennox Island

Lennox Island, Prince Edward Island Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Performances, Cultural Tours, Storytelling, Walking Tours, Workshops
Show Listing102 Eaglefeather Trail P.O. Box 134 (902) 831-3109 Visit Website
Experience Lennox Island
Lennox Island is proud to be considered a leader when it comes to Indigenous Tourism in Prince Edward Island. Our Mi’kmaq community is strong and vibrant; generations of Indigenous Peoples have respected and cherished these lands and waters on the shores of Malpeque Bay for 10,000 years. We welcome visitors to our beautiful island to ...
share the unique experiences we have to offer. Our warm and welcoming community is surrounded by tranquil waters, natural beauty and pristine vistas. There is much to see and do on Lennox Island: we offer guided tours, nature trails and storytelling. Delight in the sights and sounds of our traditional Pow Wow or join in the excitement of our annual St. Anne’s Sunday Celebration. Step back in history as you enter the Cultural Centre and visit with some of our gifted artisans who will amaze you with their original woodworks, paintings, jewellery, basket weaving, and more. Come take a walk in the footsteps of those who have gone before us on the Path of Our Forefathers. Stop in and learn more about the PEI Mi’kmaq in our Lennox Island Mi’kmaq Culture and Tourism Centre. Enjoy traditional Mi’kmaq food. Make your own Mi’kmaq drum. Visit with our Elders and listen as they share the stories and legends of our proud Culture. Our residents are fond of saying that: “…If the Creator made any place more beautiful than this, he surely kept it for himself”.
Fair Harbour Marina and Campground

Fair Harbour Marina and Campground

Fair Harbour, British Columbia Cabins, Freshwater Fishing, Hiking Tours, Sea Kayaking, Tenting
Show ListingFair Harbour Forest Service Rd 250-483-3382 Visit Website
Fair Harbour Marina and Campground
Welcome to Fair Harbour Marina and Campground, at the gateway to adventure at Kyuquot, British Columbia. Located in the traditional territory of the Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Che:k’tles7et’h’ First Nations on the north west side of Vancouver Island, this lightly visited paradise boasts a rugged and spectacular shoreline with beautiful islets, breathtaking beaches, tidal pools teeming with marine life, ...
and ocean views as far as the eye can see. Get back to nature and enjoy some of Vancouver Island’s very best fishing charters in the uncrowded waters of Kyuquot where you’ll find large salmon, halibut, lingcod, and more. Take time out of your fishing trip to ride the huge waves on a surfing or kayaking adventure of a lifetime. Head out with an Indigenous Guide on a Cultural and wildlife tour to visit the ancient village sites at Battle Bay and Aktis Island and hear stories of their history and look for bears, sealions, eagles and whales along the way!
Feast Café Bistro

Feast Café Bistro

Winnipeg, Manitoba Counter Service, Serves Alcohol
Show Listing587 Ellice Avenue Visit Website
Feast Café Bistro
Feast Cafe Bistro is the first of its kind in Manitoba; serving modern dishes rooted in traditional Indigenous ingredients. We wanted to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere while connecting our guests with the rich Culture and history of Indigenous Peoples in our province. Our contemporary 50-seat restaurant is at the heart of Winnipeg’s Historic ...
West End neighbourhood. Owner Christa’s passion for food and community stems from her home, garden and heart which is found throughout our menu items. We feature favourites like fall-off-the-bone bison ribs with wild blueberries, butternut squash bannock pizza, and our wild rice salad with cranberries, sunflower seeds and Saskatoon vinaigrette. We give thanks for the gifts we receive from Mother Earth, from our locally sourced bison, wild rice, and pickerel to our cheese from New Bothwell, and coffee roasted right here in Winnipeg. Each dish is prepared with care, and appreciation for our shared ancestry. Our expansive catering menu has a taste of Indigenous culture for every palate. We regularly cater small private events in-house as well as larger events at outside venues. Feast is about community and reconnecting people from all walks of life with the rich history of our people. Feast also provides employment opportunities to individuals seeking experience in the restaurant industry. We pride ourselves in being a pillar in the community, providing support to local organizations in the form of job practicums, mentorship, work experience programs, and business tours. We invite you to visit Feast, connect with us and enjoy the bold flavours of our great land. Owner Christa’s passion for food and community is found in each of our menu items. Our menu features favourites like fall-off-the-bone bison ribs, butternut squash pizza, and our maple bacon, wild rice, and cranberry omelette. We give thanks for the gifts we receive from Mother Earth, from our locally sourced bison, wild rice, and pickerel to our cheese from New Bothwell, and coffee roasted right here in Winnipeg. Each dish is prepared with care, and appreciation for our shared ancestry. Our expansive catering menu has a taste of Indigenous culture for every palate. We regularly cater small private events in-house as well as larger events at outside venues. Feast is about community and reconnecting people from all walks of life with the rich history of our people. Feast also provides employment opportunities to individuals seeking experience in the restaurant industry. We pride ourselves in being a pillar in the community, providing support to local organizations in the form of job practicums, mentorship, work experience programs, and business tours. We invite you to visit Feast, connect with us and enjoy the bold flavours of our great land.
Festival De Contes Et Légendes Atalukan (Kamishkak'Arts)

Festival De Contes Et Légendes Atalukan (Kamishkak'Arts)

Mashteuiatsh, Quebec Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Performances, Storytelling
Show Listing2202, rue Ouiatchouan 418-6189-2212 Visit Website
Festival De Contes Et Légendes Atalukan (Kamishkak'Arts)
Through the Festival de Contes et légendes Atalukan, the Kamishkak’Arts helps to maintain and share the rich verbal tradition and imagination of the First Nations. This unique festival sets the stage for various Nations to share and exchange tales and legends. Though most of the activities take place at Camping Plage Robertson on the shores ...
of Lac-Saint-Jean, the festival is also nomadic. Performances are given in different places around the lake for different audiences.
Festival of the Tale and the Legend of Innucadie

Festival of the Tale and the Legend of Innucadie

Natashquan, Quebec Cultural Demonstrations, Storytelling, Workshops
Show Listing17, Chemin d'en Haut 418 726-3213 Visit Website
Festival of the Tale and the Legend of Innucadie
Head out to Natashquan-Nutashkuan to attend the enthralling Innucadie Stories and Legends Festival. A festival of tale, song, and music awaits you amidst beaches, swimming waters, rivers and taiga. Innucadie is a gem along the St. Lawrence River. A confluence of Innu and Acadian cultural influence, entwined with the works of Gilles Vigneault, Innucadie boasts ...
a unique heritage and bustles with the artistic creativity of the Innu for whom oral traditions are vital in the sharing and transmission of knowledge. Oral traditions are an art; they are laden with the experiential, aesthetic, symbolic and metaphysical aspects of the Indigenous life.
First Nations Storytellers

First Nations Storytellers

Saint John, New Brunswick Cultural Tours, Storytelling
Show Listing (506) 640-1374 Visit Website
First Nations Storytellers
Prior to the establishment of Canada’s oldest incorporated city, Saint John, in New Brunswick, a flourishing Nation existed here already. Discover the timeless wisdom of the First Peoples in Canada and see the world through an Indigenous lens. Hear the fascinating history of the Wolastoqi and Mi’kmaq peoples who lived in harmony with nature along ...
the ‘the beautiful and bountiful river’. Join First Nations Storytellers for an authentic Indigenous experience on land or water that will captivate all ages. Paddle a kayak and follow the shoreline toward Grand Bay under the setting sun, enjoy a taste of Indigenous cuisine with traditional bannock and smoked sturgeon at a beach-side campfire. Walk with Indigenous storytellers along a historical portage route and hear tales of the First People who thrived in an often-harsh environment. Set sail in a 26-foot Voyageur canoe and take a thrilling paddle through nature enriched by an Indigenous perspective.
Fishwheel Charters

Fishwheel Charters

Dawson City, Yukon Boat Tours, Cabins, Northern Lights
Show Listing (867) 993-6237 Visit Website
Fishwheel Charters
TaJoin Fishwheel Charter Services on a journey through time along the Yukon River; back to before the Gold Rush disrupted the peaceful life of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation, who lived in harmony with the land around what is now Dawson City. Year-round, as the only First Nation Tour company in the Dawson City region, ...
FWCS offers immersive day tours discovering the stories, history and traditions of the Hän People with your experienced local guide, Tommy Taylor. The Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Nation were hunters and gathers of the land and water; they knew the gold was there but had no use for it—as they say: if it didn’t feed you or keep you warm it was useless. Throughout summer enjoy a river boat excursion past the village of Moosehide, on to Fort Reliance, a fur trading and mining post established in 1874, before enjoying tea and bannock at Dog Island at Tommy’s family fish camp. In winter hop on board a snowmobile to explore the beauty and stillness of traditional Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in territory and learn more about how First Nations People survived and thrived in harsh conditions and why we were dependent on our sled dogs! ke a trip on the Yukon River with Han First Nations guide, Tommy Taylor for a summer boat excursion, or winter trip under the northern lights. Hear stories of the Han who lived in harmony with the land; visit the heritage Moosehide village, see working fishwheels and rustic cabins; hear tales of the Klondike Gold Rush.
Four Season Tours

Four Season Tours

Cox's Cove, Newfoundland & Labrador Saltwater Fishing, Snowmobiling, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing52 Country road P O Box 213 (709) 688-2125 Visit Website
Four Season Tours
Summer, spring, winter or fall, join Transport Canada-approved guide Darren Park for the Newfoundland tour of a lifetime. Experience the excitement of photographing bald eagles up close, watch the sky blaze with colour at sunrise or sunset in the Bay of Islands, zip across powdery snow on a snowmobile in the Long Range Islands, learn ...
the joys of ice fishing with a pro, or take a fishing trip to catch your limit of cod for supper. Join a pre-built trip or work with us to create your own adventure, make it a full or half-day tour, it’s up to you. Make tracks in the snow to the spectacular North Arm Mountains and beautiful Sinkhole near Lomond, Bonne Bay. Make tracks in the snow to the spectacular North Arm Mountains and beautiful Sinkhole near Lomond, Bonne Bay. Experience a traditional Newfoundland cod fishing trip, in sight of the shore, land a cod like one of the locals in a traditional Dory. Explore the Bay of Islands, watching out for bald eagles, moose, osprey, whales, fox and more along the shoreline. Finish the day with a fresh mussel feast at an ocean side cabin. Don’t forget to book early to ensure the best date and time to plan your vacation around a Newfoundland boat tour or snowmobile trip at Four Seasons Tours.
Frontier Lodge - Gateway to the Thaidene Nëné

Frontier Lodge - Gateway to the Thaidene Nëné

Lutselk'e, Northwest Territories Wilderness Lodges
Show Listing 1 877 465 6843 Visit Website
Frontier Lodge - Gateway to the Thaidene Nëné
For more than 50 years, Frontier Lodge has offered the ultimate fly-in fishing experience on the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, near Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve. This fishing camp offers all-inclusive getaways that include three days of guided fishing, accommodation in cosy cabins that can sleep two to 12 people, all meals including ...
shore lunches, an invigorating Finnish sauna, and flights and transfers. This is the best way to experience one of North America’s most productive bodies of water, abundant with lake trout, arctic grayling, whitefish, and northern pike.
Gespeg Mi'gmaq Interpretation Site

Gespeg Mi'gmaq Interpretation Site

Gaspé, Quebec Cultural Demonstrations, Gift Shop, Heritage Sites
Show Listing783 blvd Pointe Navarre 418.368.6005 Visit Website
Gespeg Mi'gmaq Interpretation Site
Welta’sualul Jel P’jila’si ! Hello and welcome to Mi’gmaq Territory amongst the People of the Sea. Come live the Mi’gmaq experience surrounded by forest and the mountains on a picturesque headland on the North shore of the Gaspé Bay to our Interpretation Site. Uncover our storied past, learn more about the contemporary challenges we face ...
as a First Nation and witness our bright future as you hear stories of the region and Mi’gmaq culture dating back to 1675. Take a self-guided stroll or interpretive tour around the recreation of a traditional village and summer camp; join a workshop and try your hand at traditional Mi’gmaq crafts, learn to make a medicine wheel, traditional braided hand-woven cedar basket or dreamcatcher. Browse our gift shop full of unique treasures crafted by talented Micmac Nation artists and Indigenous artisans from other communities. Nmu’les and see you soon.
Gift n’ Gab Trading Post

Gift n’ Gab Trading Post

Barrière, British Columbia Gift Shop
Show Listing5085 Barriere Town Rd Visit Website
Gift n’ Gab Trading Post
The Gift ‘N Gab Trading Post supports Indigenous artists and makers from across Canada with a particular focus on local artisans. Our goal is to provide a one of kind product for those looking for that perfect gift or souvenir. We are proud to offer a great selection of native blankets, moccasins, jewellery, apparel, trinkets, ...
pottery, jade along with unique and hard to find items such as hand and chain saw wood carvings and creations.
Girth Hitch Guiding

Girth Hitch Guiding

Red Deer, Alberta Hiking Tours, Walking Tours
Show Listing25 Page Ave (403) 895-8888 Visit Website
Girth Hitch Guiding
Built upon the belief that adventure can be transformational, let Girth Hitch Guiding take you on a life-affirming journey through the ancient mountains of the David Thompson Corridor. Based out of Red Deer, Alberta we thrive on introducing outdoor enthusiasts – from beginners to experts – to our beautiful mountains through Via Ferrata climbing and ...
everything rock-related. Our approach to guiding is guest-centric and strives to bring the best out of everyone we work with. We believe that mountains are not something to be conquered but rather ancient friends to discover and experience. Our years exploring the mountains has taught us that being amidst the giants provides far more than mere fitness and adventure; we have discovered that our time in the mountains nurtures us holistically and spiritually and challenges us to be more than we thought we could be. As principal owner of Girth Hitch Guiding and a proud Métis man, Tim Taylor’s heritage is aligned with the stories and legends of the David Thompson Corridor and his passion for the mountains he calls home is rooted in his Cultural background. Join Tim and his team to find the sweet spot where challenge and growth come together to offer profound opportunities for personal development. We believe that transformational adventure focuses on creating a safety net in which real success and failure can occur. No guide can shelter you from those realities while exposing you to challenge. At Girth Hitch Guiding we embrace failure and success while fostering safe and meaningful experiences in the mountains.
GRAND CONSEIL DE LA NATION WABAN-AKI

GRAND CONSEIL DE LA NATION WABAN-AKI

Ham-Sud, Quebec Heritage Sites, Workshops
Show Listing103, route 257 Ouest 819 294-1686 Visit Website
GRAND CONSEIL DE LA NATION WABAN-AKI
The Grand Conseil de la Nation Waban-Aki Inc. was founded in 1979 and is a Tribal Council composed of the Abenaki bands of Odanak and Wôlinak. Its first mission, drawn up in December 1993, was revised and corrected, at the request of the Board of Directors, by a working committee composed of members of Odanak ...
and Wôlinak, in March 1997. Based on the eight objectives set out in the letters patent of Waban-Aki Corporation Inc. the mandated committee identified three main elements of its mission; representation, development and administration.
GRAND ROYAL WÔLINAK

GRAND ROYAL WÔLINAK

Wôlinak, Quebec Casinos, RV Parks, Table Service
Show Listing10275, chemin Leblanc 819 294-6696 Visit Website
GRAND ROYAL WÔLINAK
Join the growing number of winners at the Grand Royal Wolinak Casino. Play on any of our over 450 slot machines, sit down at one of our VIP Poker tables or maybe immerse yourself in our Theatre Gaming wall of games. Take a relaxing break from the action and unwind at Ginko. Our French-Italian-Mediterranean themed ...
restaurant serving the finest fare by our award-winning chef. Surround yourself with elegant decor and treat your palette with the most exotic and delightful tastes. Spend time with friends and catch that special game or watch your favourite sports on Huge LED screens. Immerse yourself in style with a cocktail, amidst an incredible towering cylindrical graphic LED display that will make your jaw drop.
Grandma Treesaw's Bannock & Catering Services Inc.

Grandma Treesaw's Bannock & Catering Services Inc.

Haines Junction, Yukon
Show Listing167 Alsek Crescent (867) 333-9427 Visit Website
Grandma Treesaw's Bannock & Catering Services Inc.
Enjoy a true taste of the Yukon with Grandma Treesaw’s Teslin Tlingit-style bannock mix. A Yukon treat since 2014, this bannock is crunchy on the outside, fluffy on the inside and pairs well with every meal. Celebrate Grandma Treesaw’s First Nations Culture, family, and Traditions through food with her easy-to-prepare, always-delicious ready-mixed bannock. ...
Grant Berg Gallery

Grant Berg Gallery

Grande Prairie, Alberta Art Gallery
Show Listing102-9909 102 St (780) 512-8989 Visit Website
Grant Berg Gallery
Owned and managed by artist Grant Berg, the gallery represents over 45 artists from Grande Prairie and across Western Canada. Our collection includes original paintings, sculptures, carvings, pottery, jewelry, photography and more including Indigenous artworks. We can also help you design a custom piece of furniture and have it crafted by our proven partners. Commissions ...
are also welcome from many of our artists, and we pride ourselves on being Grande Prairie’s home for custom framing of quality artwork and your treasured photographs and keepsakes.
Grape Escape Wine Tours

Grape Escape Wine Tours

Penticton, British Columbia Wineries
Show Listing651 Alder St (250) 493-3238 Visit Website
Grape Escape Wine Tours
Join Grape Escapes Wine Tours and taste the terroir of the Okanagan Valley. It is our mission to create memorable experiences by sharing our passion for wine and the Okanagan through knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic guides committed to inform and inspire others to develop an appreciation of the Okanagan wine culture through education and visits ...
to the wineries and vineyards.
Grape Savy Wine Tours

Grape Savy Wine Tours

Penticton, British Columbia Wineries
Show Listing766 Chase Ave 1-250-460-1242 Visit Website
Grape Savy Wine Tours
Come and experience our one of a kind, all-inclusive day tours on the stunning Naramata Bench with Grape Savvy Wine Tours experienced and friendly staff. Gain confidence in wine tasting while immersed in a vineyard or cellar setting; sip on award winning wines and learn their story from grape to glass. Tease your olfactory senses ...
with unique and terroir-expressive wines that can only be produced from these site-specific soils in the beautiful Okanagan Valley.
Great Caribou Studio

Great Caribou Studio

Mary’s Harbour, Newfoundland & Labrador
Show Listing140 Main Street (709) 921-6227 Visit Website
Great Caribou Studio
Admire the works of resident Inuit artist Charlene Rumbolt, who practices her craft in-studio and sells original paintings, prints, and silks inspired by the flora, fauna, and Culture found throughout Labrador. Add some impressive Indigenous arts and crafts to your collection and meet the artist herself as she works and lives in the studio. This ...
small, interactive art studio makes the perfect stop for art and Culture lovers travelling along the Trans-Labrador Highway on the path to Battle Harbour and other destinations along this popular route.
Great River Fishing Adventures

Great River Fishing Adventures

Chilliwack, British Columbia Fly Fishing, Freshwater Fishing, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing45695 Cartmell Rd (604) 792-3544 Visit Website
Great River Fishing Adventures
Great River Fishing Adventures offers you professional guided fishing charters on the Fraser River and many of its surrounding tributaries and lakes. Whether you are seeking an individual, group fishing trip or corporate fishing trip, we recognize the need for you to experience one of the world’s top sport fishing destinations with a proven and ...
reliable team of expert guides.
Grey Eagle Resort & Casino

Grey Eagle Resort & Casino

Calgary, Alberta Casinos, Resorts, RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Table Service
Show Listing3779 Grey Eagle Drive Visit Website
Grey Eagle Resort & Casino
Stay at a Vegas-style resort and casino that hosts world-class acts such as Diana Ross and Jay Leno and enjoy a getaway that’s right on the doorstep of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, with all of the hiking, skiing, and biking found there. You’re also right next to one of North America’s most dynamic cities. “It’s ...
the best of both worlds,” says Matt Squires, director of sales and marketing for Grey Eagle Resort & Casino in Calgary, Alberta. Located in the beautiful, rolling foothills of the Tsuut’ina First Nation, this entertainment destination has a state-of-the-art events centre, hotel, and conference facilities. Its casino features 40 live table games, 900 slot machines, a 24/7 poker room and an active, not-for-profit bingo schedule. Grey Eagle draws a range of guests, about 30 percent of whom are Aboriginal people from B.C., Alberta, and Saskatchewan. International visitors are increasingly arriving from China, Taiwan, Japan, and Germany. “People are very curious about First Nations history,” says Squires. “We’ve started offering a blessing and smudging services to groups who want to incorporate that.” The resort’s two restaurants and two bars also add Aboriginal touches to their menus, such as cheeses with house-made bannock and saskatoon berry jam. Squires says that Chef Bill Alexander, who is part Iroquois and Mohawk from Ottawa, loves to include game meat on the menu. “His bison meatball sandwich is to die for.”
Grey Rock Entertainment Center

Grey Rock Entertainment Center

Edmundston, New Brunswick Casinos
Show Listing100 Chief Joanna BLVD (506) 740-7384 Visit Website
Grey Rock Entertainment Center
Welcome to Grey Rock Casino, a modern, state-of-the-art casino, bingo, and dining experience on the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation in New Brunswick. Inspired by the natural beauty of our traditional territory, the interior décor blends wood, stone, and earth tones to create an appealing gaming environment. On arrival, you are welcomed with a 40-foot totem ...
pole portraying the legendary Glooscap and his spirit friends. Enjoy a fun-filled evening then stay the night at the Quality Hotel; just walk straight through the enclosed pedway and take the elevator to bed! We offer a variety of dining options; the Fiddlehead café is on the main floor serving tasty breakfasts and casual dining favourites such as our pizza burger and piled-high poutines. Named in honour of Maliseet history, fiddleheads have adorned Maliseet Nation canoes, wigwams and clothing long before any written record. Our Casino bar lounge is also on the main floor and a hub for live music and lively conversation. On the second floor, the Valley View Restaurant offers an upscale steak house experience showcasing some of the best ingredients in our region. Enjoy the views from the mezzanine; look down on the gaming floor and be dazzled by our elegant, twinkling custom-made chain chandeliers. A landscape of the Bay of Fundy, one of the seven natural wonders of North America, watches over the floor from eye-view level. The casino also hosts an event center of 10,000 square feet where bingo session, conferences, weddings, and concerts can be enjoyed.
Gros Morne Adventures

Gros Morne Adventures

Norris Point, Newfoundland & Labrador Boat Tours, Hiking Tours, Sea Kayaking, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing9 Clarke's Lane (709) 458-2722 Visit Website
Gros Morne Adventures
Listen to the waves roll on the beach as you launch your kayak into the calm waters of an ancient double-armed fjord. To the south, you see The Tablelands mountain, the rust colored rocks of the earth’s mantle contrasting with the blue sea and green hills. To the north, the Long Range mountains with its ...
glacier-carved hanging valleys, roaming caribou and arctic tundra vegetation. Gros Morne Adventures sits in the centre of Gros Morne National Park. Its beachfront property ideal for paddling, zodiac tours and campfires. In the heart of Bonne Bay, you can enjoy locally roasted coffee and baked goods from their Kayak Café, while taking in the view of sheer cliffs showcasing the unique geological features of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. “Reconnecting with Mi’kmaq culture and sharing traditional Knowledge with our visitors is of a high priority in evolving our experiences,” says owner Kristen Hickey. “Discover Mekapisk (Mi’kmaq for Long Range Mountains) is our newest venture, an immersive experience which invites visitors to gain a deeper understanding of how the First Peoples lived by seeing the land from their perspective.” Look at the sea with their needs in mind; hold the raw materials of their tools in your hands; make a fire using stone-age tools; make bannock and roast capelin over the open flames. Gather around the fire for tales of the triumphs and tragedies of our Ancestors.

Gems of Gros Morne

Hold a piece of the Earth’s mantle in your hands. Walk a sheep’s path to the edge of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Raise your eyes to the top of the ancient cliffs in Western Brook. Glide your paddle through the waters of Bonne Bay. We’ll explore the best Gros Morne National Park has to offer in this 3-day experience-from the awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage sites to the down-to-earth traditions of our people and Indigenous Ancestors.Gems of Gros Morne offers the chance to explore our land and culture in a guided, small group experience. Every detail is included in your day’s activity-park passes, boat tours, packed lunches and transport. Accommodations and airport shuttle can be added to this package.

Starting Price: $1199

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Indigenous Walking & Cultural Multi-Day Tour

Join us on an all-inclusive walking and Indigenous cultural experience in one of Canada’s top destinations, Gros Morne National Park. Experienced Indigenous guides lead you on a journey that begins almost 6,000 years ago with the arrival of the Maritime Archaic people in Port Au Choix, north of Gros Morne. We will discover their traditions, along with Dorset and Groswater people, at the Port au Choix National Historic Site.Your home base will be in Norris Point, a community in the heart of Bonne Bay, a glacier-carved fjord. From there, be immersed each day with the land and sea and connect through the stories and Indigenous traditions of the Mi'kmaq people. This week-long walking and cultural tour includes experiences with four different Mi'kmaq hosts; learn the teachings of the medicine wheel and forage for your dinner at Upper Humber Settlement, take a coastal walk with Under The Stump and engage in family tales and traditions, glide in a Big Canoe and try your hand at fire making with Gros Morne Adventures and be inspired by the artistry and healing of Spirit Horse Therapeutic Arts .

Starting Price: $2849

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Gros Morne Explorer All-Inclusive Hiking Vacation

The Gros Morne Explorer hiking tour is an all-inclusive hiking vacation in one of Canada’s top hiking destinations, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland & Labrador. Experienced local guides lead you on day hikes to explore Gros Morne Mountain’s Arctic alpine, the deep fjords of the Long Range Mountains, coastlines of pebble beaches and volcanic rocks, and the treeless Tableland’s mountain of mantle. Included in this week-long tour is an exploration of Bonne Bay by sea kayak and a boat cruise on Western Brook Pond Fjord. We base our guests in comfortable and spacious accommodations in Norris Point, conveniently located just a few minute’s walk from the waterfront. Daytime temperatures are ideal for hiking, the trails are not crowded and at the end of each day we enjoy unique dining experiences at our property and locally owned seaside restaurants.

Starting Price: $2849

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Gulf Island Seaplanes

Gulf Island Seaplanes

Gabriola, British Columbia Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing3383 South Road (250) 247-9992 Visit Website
Gulf Island Seaplanes
Gulf Island Seaplanes offers charters on B.C.’s west coast and a scheduled service between YVR Vancouver and Gabriola Island. Indigenous owned, our fleet consists of DeHavilland Beavers and an amphibious Caravan. We offer landings on water or ground, and can move cargo or crew, big and small. Cut travel time and increase productivity by chartering ...
one of our planes!
Gwaii Naay Island House

Gwaii Naay Island House

Masset, British Columbia Cabins
Show Listing1545 Main St 250-626-9699 Visit Website
Gwaii Naay Island House
The community of Masset is the hub of the north end of Haida Gwaii, surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, miles of sandy beaches and moss-covered ancient forests. Stay in the heart of the community at Gwaii Naay Island House, with its clean and comfortable private rooms complemented with a cozy shared lounge area, wifi, large ...
showers and a fully-equipped kitchenette. The building is also home to Good People Clothing and Arts Studio Gallery Gift Shop and is a hub for Haida guided tours.
Hacas Inn

Hacas Inn

Bamfield, British Columbia
Show Listing226 Frigate Rd 250-728-3231 Visit Website
Hacas Inn
Relax, unwind, and enjoy the home comforts of Hacas Inn, Bamfield’s only motel, at one end of the West Coast Trail. The affordable accommodation of choice while staying in Bamfield on Vancouver Island, many of the cozy guest rooms feature deck access, water views and kitchenettes. Pet-friendly with an on-site coin-operated laundry facility; nightly moorage ...
rental is available alongside freezer rental too. Bamfield, British Columbia is a world-class fishing and outdoor activities hub, perched on the water’s edge and surrounded by an old-fashioned boardwalk leading to craft galleries, restaurant, general stores, liquor store, restaurant, fuel, boat moorage, eco-tours, paddle boat rentals, and more. After wild camping on the West Coast Trail, luxuriate in a king-sized bed, and a warm bath! Browse the DVD library, or swap stories with other hikers and friendly locals in this historical coastal fishing village.
Haida Heritage Centre at Ḵay Llnagaay

Haida Heritage Centre at Ḵay Llnagaay

Skidegate, British Columbia Cultural Tours, Gift Shop, Heritage Sites, Storytelling
Show Listing#2 Second Beach Road Po Box 1523 250-559-7885 Visit Website
Haida Heritage Centre at Ḵay Llnagaay
There’s a Haida saying, Sing ‘waadluxan gud gina sk’aadga gii gang, which means learn something new every day. “I learn something I didn’t know about my culture every single day I work here,” says Raven Ryland in her role as Cultural Ambassador at the Haida Heritage Centre. Located at Kay Llnagaay or “Sea-Lion Town,” an ...
ancient village site in Haida Gwaii, the striking Haida Heritage Centre is a dream-come-true for the Haida people. In 2001, before construction of the centre began, six poles created by master carvers and representing six of the southernmost villages in Haida Gwaii were raised. Those six villages are Skidegate (Hlgaagilda), Ts’aahl, Cumshewa, Skedans (K’uuna), SGang Gwaay and T’aanuu. The site immediately began attracting visitors and media attention from around the world. Inspired by the structures that once hugged the shore in the ancient village, the stunning oceanside centre opened its doors to the public in 2007. Today, the centre is made up of a series of longhouses that accommodate the Haida Gwaii Museum, Performance House, Carving Shed, Canoe House, Bill Reid Teaching Centre, two multipurpose classrooms, a spacious Welcome House area, Eating House and a gift shop. Weaving, Pole, and Canoe tours offered on-site feature stories that highlight the past, present, and future of the Haida people. Visitors learn about the significance of poles, the importance of repatriating human remains to ancestral lands and the impact of the smallpox epidemic of 1862 when the Haida population dropped from 10,000 people down to 600. Future goals at the centre include expanding an exciting Artists-in-Residence program as well as creating a cultural camp for local youth that would help them connect back to their land and culture. Raven Ryland says she and other staff are guided by the centre’s mission statement which reads: “Through the Kay Llnagaay Haida Heritage Centre we celebrate the living culture of the Haida. Through language, art and stories we share our relationship with the land and sea — that which shapes, nourishes and sustains us. Kay Llnagaay protects and fosters Haida culture by reaffirming artistic expression and serving as a keeper of all that we are. Kay Llnagaay is a place for the Haida voice to be heard. This is our gift to the world.”

Stories of Canada - Haida Gwaii

Welcome to Haida Gwaii, a wild landscape where the Haida people have lived since time immemorial. Here, the pace of life slows and visitors are encouraged to savour the beauty found in tangled forests, endless ocean and ancient village sites. Along with daily explorations to cultural destinations, you’ll meet Haida artisans and Elders, tuck into gourmet feasts, and roam the sandy beaches and emerald forests surrounding your accommodations. Your time on Haida Gwaii is bookended by stays in Vancouver, a world-class city marked by distinctive neighbourhoods, stunning natural beauty, and a broad range of cultural offerings. Note: prior to entering Haida Gwaii, you’ll need to take the Haida Gwaii Visitor Pledge, which outlines requirements for responsible and respectful touring in the home of the Haida Nation.

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Haida House at Tllaal

Haida House at Tllaal

Tlell, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia Awareness Experiences, Resorts, RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Table Service
Show Listing2087 Beitush Rd Po Box 1384 1-888-602-0989 Visit Website
Haida House at Tllaal
Nestled along the banks of the serene Tlell River, surrounded by ancient forest and open sky, you’ll find the Haida House at Tllaal – a classic 10-room lodge. With its timeless and cozy log aesthetic, this is the perfect home base from which to start off on your Haida Gwaii adventure. The nightly rate structure ...
is ideal for those who wish to self-explore the many eco-adventures, natural attractions and historical and cultural sites found on Haida Gwaii’s Graham and Moresby Islands. Gift shop and conference facilities on-site. Designed to blend harmoniously with the landscape and honour traditional Haida architecture, you’ll fall in love with our 12 new two-bedroom cedar cabins. Boasting a choice of dune, ocean, and forest views, each features a minibar kitchen and great room with fireplace, flatscreen TV, covered hot tub and outdoor shower. Enjoy a bed and breakfast cabin stay, or as part of a 3, 4 or 7-night all-inclusive package.

Stories of Canada - Haida Gwaii

Welcome to Haida Gwaii, a wild landscape where the Haida people have lived since time immemorial. Here, the pace of life slows and visitors are encouraged to savour the beauty found in tangled forests, endless ocean and ancient village sites. Along with daily explorations to cultural destinations, you’ll meet Haida artisans and Elders, tuck into gourmet feasts, and roam the sandy beaches and emerald forests surrounding your accommodations. Your time on Haida Gwaii is bookended by stays in Vancouver, a world-class city marked by distinctive neighbourhoods, stunning natural beauty, and a broad range of cultural offerings. Note: prior to entering Haida Gwaii, you’ll need to take the Haida Gwaii Visitor Pledge, which outlines requirements for responsible and respectful touring in the home of the Haida Nation.

Starting Price: $13,700

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Haida Style Expeditions

Haida Style Expeditions

Skidegate, British Columbia Boat Tours, Cultural Tours, Saltwater Fishing, Storytelling, Walking Tours, Whale Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Show ListingP.O Box 1771 #2 2 Beach Rd 1-250-637-1151 Visit Website
Haida Style Expeditions
Identical twins James and William Cowpar run Haida Style Expeditions, Haida Gwaii’s first Haida owned and operated tour company introducing visitors to B.C.’s Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site. Their motto is “Welcome to our backyard.” Their ethos is reciprocity, giving back to the community by engaging youth, hiring drummers and elder ...
storytellers and promoting local B&Bs. “We include the community wherever possible,” says James. “And everyone treats visitors like family.” Cultural day trips via Zodiac go to four ancient village sites, including SGang Gwaay Llnagaay (Ninstints) on SGang Gwaay (Anthony Island), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk through old-growth forest, spot wildlife on land and sea and savour a traditional wild salmon beach barbecue. Join a fishing trip or stay for several days at a Cultural immersion camp where fees fund Haida youth camps. “We’re building understanding, not with politics,” says James, “but by getting people out on the land.” Drift slowly at high tide into Hlk’yah GawGa (Windy Bay). Observe the 12.8-metre, ornately carved “Legacy Pole” that appears near the shoreline, set against a rainforest backdrop. Listen to a Haida woman on board as she drums a rhythm that echoes across the bay. “This is where the line was drawn in the sand,” says James Cowpar, pointing to a hillside ravaged by clear-cut logging on Athlii Gwaay (Lyell Island), “where Haida people finally stopped the logging after 15 years of effort.” On shore, guests meet Haida Gwaii Watchmen, some of whom participated in the 1985 blockade that shut down the destruction of old-growth forest.
Hébergement Aux Cinq Sens

Hébergement Aux Cinq Sens

Piopolis, Quebec Cabins, Canoeing, Walking Tours, Yurts
Show Listing250, Rang des Greniers 819-583-0885 Visit Website
Hébergement Aux Cinq Sens
Paule Rochette insists she heard the voices of her Huron-Wendat ancestors reaching out to her. After this experience, which happened ten years ago, she felt called to build her home and family business, Hébergement aux Cinq Sens, in the Eastern Townships village of Piopolis. The village is located in the world’s first International Dark Sky ...
Reserve — famous also for the popular Summit Drive, a 193-kilometre route characterized by breath-catching panoramic views of mountains, lakes and a thrilling, star-studded night-time sky. A double hammock strung in the forest, just steps from Lake Mégantic, is the ultimate spot to relax or stargaze at the resort. But the view from any one of the property’s five yurts, each named for and designed to stir a particular sense, is outstanding. From the Sight Yurt with its star finder that encourages guests to “see beyond” to the Smell and Touch Yurts with their rich selection of essential and massage oils to arouse body and soul, visitors can enjoy a profound sensory experience during their time at this unique operation. Yurt is a Mongolian word for home, and that’s exactly how you are made to feel when you visit Hébergement aux Cinq Sens. Built by hand, these circular dwellings are a labour of love, respectful of tradition and nature and adapted to Quebec’s climate, no matter what the season. Rochette also partners year-round with Benoit Paquette — a local biologist and nature interpreter who lives on the premises, providing guests with opportunities centred around Aboriginal wisdom including nature walk adventures, stargazing and traditional sweat-lodges. Horseback riding and dogsledding activities are also available depending on the time of year. “We invite you to reconnect with the land and with yourself,” says Rochette. “Ours is an energy you will not experience elsewhere.”
Hideaway Adventure Grounds

Hideaway Adventure Grounds

Kikino, Alberta Tenting, Workshops
Show ListingPO Box 155 (780) 212-1725 Visit Website
Hideaway Adventure Grounds
Relax, and re-connect at the Hideaway Adventure Grounds: no power, no water, no wifi, but plenty of stars and the sounds of nature. Just two hours northeast of Edmonton, make it wild camping—with a side of cozy—in a platform tent with bed, heater, fire pit, picnic table, washrooms, and shared cooking area, and, if you ...
choose, join the team in an adventure! On an all-day workshop learn survival skill training and gain the skills needed to thrive in the wilderness: practice making fire, building a shelter, and feed the soul with an art session with an Indigenous Artist. In the wintertime, strap on snowshoes, and explore the skills and knowledge needed when the land is frozen; understand the signs in the snow and how animals move on the land. Breathe easy in the boreal forest, camp out alone and re-energize in the sacredness of wild nature.
Hiellen Longhouse Village

Hiellen Longhouse Village

Masset, British Columbia Cabins
Show ListingP.O. Box 189 1-250-626-3337 Visit Website
Hiellen Longhouse Village
Off-the grid in the environmentally sensitive Naikoon Park on Northern Haida Gwaii, built using local cedar, hemlock and spruce on ancestral Haida Lands, our seven pet-friendly traditional Haida longhouse cabins and a main Haida longhouse are waiting for you. Hiellen Longhouse Village is a low-impact accommodation where you can beachcomb, hike and spot Sitka deer, ...
eagles and ravens on the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Bring your provisions, get cozy in front of wood burning fire and listen to nature.
Homalco Wildlife Tours

Homalco Wildlife Tours

Campbell River, British Columbia Bear Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing1218 Bute Crescent (250) 923-0602 Visit Website
Homalco Wildlife Tours
ʔiymot kʷunome, it is good to see you! Homalco Wildlife & Cultural Tours offers guests the opportunity to visit, explore and learn on the traditional territory of the Homalco First Nation in Bute Inlet. Join them for an immersive experience discovering the spectacular wilderness of their traditional territory and enjoy the chance to view some ...
of North America’s most sought-after wildlife, including grizzly bears, salmon, eagles and whales through an Indigenous perspective. Take a comfortable heated boat tour on the Great Bears of Bute experience and meet the χawgəs, the Grizzly Bear, on an exciting full day tour of respectful wildlife viewing in this truly spectacular part of Canada. On a People, Water, Land tour look out for humpback whales, orcas, sea lions, porpoises, dolphins, bald eagles and other seabirds. Back on land, take an interpretive walk with your Indigenous guide to learn about bears and traditional uses of the land, before a zodiac boat tour to search for feeding bears and ancient petroglyphs. Owned and operated by the Homalco First Nation, all tours are led by a Homalco guide to provide a full First Nations interpretation. The Homalco Culture is woven together by their people, land, and wildlife; as strong stewards of their territories, storytellers of their history, and sharers of their knowledge, they welcome guests to their traditional territory and hope that visiting will create advocates for their land and culture, while carrying forward their traditional ways of life for the nation’s youth.
Host Hotel Kahnawake

Host Hotel Kahnawake

Kahnawake, Quebec
Show ListingP.O.Box 1860, route 132 450-632-HOST (4678) Visit Website
Host Hotel Kahnawake
Located on the edge of the beautiful town of Kahnawake, just a 15 minutes drive from downtown Montreal. With easy and direct access to the Mercier Bridge and Highway 30, we are the perfect location for the professional on the go. With a host of services offered, we aim to cater to your every need ...
on your next business trip.
Hotel-Musée Premières Nations

Hotel-Musée Premières Nations

Wendake, Quebec Gift Shop, Museums, RV Parks, Table Service
Show Listing5, Place de la Rencontre Ekionkiestha' 418-847-2222 Visit Website
Hotel-Musée Premières Nations
Nestled on the banks of Akiawenrahk River and only a 14-minute drive from Old Québec, the Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations welcomes you to the Huron-Wendat reserve of Wendake. The boutique First Nations hotel offers 55 rooms & suites inspired by First Nations culture. The rooms are amazingly comfortable and the decor is simple and unique, yet ...
modern. The renowned in-house restaurant, LA TRAITE, offers the finest Northern Quebec gourmet cuisine and in the summer, you can enjoy food and drinks on a patio surrounded by nature. After dinner, relax in the Indigenous-style natural spa or take a swim in the indoor swimming pool.

Stories of Canada - Quebec in Winter

Winter is Quebec’s favourite season – and after you explore the region’s enchanting seasonal landscape, it will become yours, too. This six-day itinerary is jam-packed with local culinary traditions, historic explorations, and adventures in the snow. Whether journeying through Montréal’s storied past, sampling the sweet offerings of a cabane à sucre, or visiting the Huron-Wendat First Nation community of Wendake, this unforgettable adventure will broaden your perspective of Quebec’s wintertime offerings.

Starting Price: $8,020

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House of Himwitsa Lodge & Art Gallery

House of Himwitsa Lodge & Art Gallery

Tofino, British Columbia Art Gallery
Show Listing300 Main Street Box 176 (250) 725-2017 Visit Website
House of Himwitsa Lodge & Art Gallery
Established in Tofino in 1991, the House of Himwitsa Native Art Gallery is owned and operated by members of the First Nations, specializing in Native artwork, First Nations carvings, First Nations jewellery, and traditional First Nations weaving by various talented and recognized local artists. Himwitsa means “The passing of knowledge from the elders to the ...
young” in the Nuu-Chah-Nulth language.
Huron-Wendat Museum

Huron-Wendat Museum

Wendake, Quebec Gift Shop, Museums
Show Listing15, Place de la Rencontre Ekionkiestha' 418-847-2260 Visit Website
Huron-Wendat Museum
Delve into the history of a vibrant culture. Discover objects which evoke ancestral traditions that still echo in memory. An exceptional collection is presented with an interactive approach to explore the themes of territories, memories and knowledge. With its permanent and temporary exhibitions, cultural activities, animated and guided tours (with audio-tours available in 6 languages) ...
and Ekionkiestha’national longhouse, the Huron-Wendat Museum invites you on a real journey through time and history. Huddle around the hearth in the longhouse and listen to the myths and legends of the First Nations as they are told by a storyteller. The more adventuresome can even stay the night!
I-Hos Gallery

I-Hos Gallery

Courtenay, British Columbia Art Gallery, Gift Shop, Jewellery
Show Listing3310 Comox Road 1-250-339-7702 Visit Website
I-Hos Gallery
Swaying to the beat of the slow and steady drum, their colourful, beaded capes shimmer as they perform a traditional dance. While their feet are bare, they wear various styles of cedar bark hats, a few adorned with fur. In the Big House on the K’ómoks First Nation near Courtenay, B.C., the ancient songs and ...
dances of the K’ómoks and Kwakwaka’wakw peoples are alive and well, thanks to the Kumugwe Dancers. Located next to the Big House, where many of its dance and other cultural activities take place, I-Hos Gallery provides visitors with continued education in the culture, both traditional and contemporary, of First Nations artists of the Northwest Coast. “More and more, people are looking for connection,” says Ramona Johnson, who has managed I-Hos Gallery since it opened in 1995. “They want artwork that is meaningful to them.” Johnson, who is from the K’ómoks First Nation, says that in recent years she’s seen “an explosion” in interest and appreciation for Indigenous art and artists. “People do their research ahead of time,” she says of her clientele, both local and international. Still, she’s happy to share her knowledge with those who ask, along with promoting the more than 50 First Nations artists featured in her gallery. “I can hardly afford to buy from them anymore,” she says of those artists who have gone on to great renown. “Luckily, new artists are emerging all the time.”
Igloo Tourism and Outfitting

Igloo Tourism and Outfitting

Igloolik, Nunavut Dog Sledding, Wildlife Viewing
Show ListingPO Box 207 (867)324-1251 Visit Website
Igloo Tourism and Outfitting
Igloo Tourism and Outfitting is owned and operated by the Uttak family, join us for a thrilling authentic Inuit adventure. Enjoy the wildlife and quietness of life at the floe edge where the ice meets the ocean; spend the night in an igloo with warm caribou blankets and a burning qulliq to heat the space; ...
watch for the northern lights dancing and lighting up the sky; experience arctic fishing and camping adventures as well as guided hunting expeditions.
Ilnu Museum of Mashteuiatsh

Ilnu Museum of Mashteuiatsh

Mashteuiatsh, Quebec Awareness Experiences, Canoeing, Gift Shop, Museums, Walking Tours
Show Listing1787, rue Amihsk 418.275.4842 #101 Visit Website
Ilnu Museum of Mashteuiatsh
Built on the shore of Pekuakami (Lac Saint-Jean) in 1977, the mission of the Native Museum of Mashteuiatsh (Musée Amérindien de Mashteuiatsh, in French) is to protect, develop and promote Ilnu cultural heritage and transmit it to future generations. When visiting the museum, located less than 300 kilometres north of Quebec City, you are transported ...
to a time when the Innu/Ilnu people of this region — living today on the Mashteuiatsh reserve — traversed the waters in their canoes and enjoyed a nomadic lifestyle governed by the seasons. Some 6,000 years ago, following the melting of the glaciers, the Tshishennuatsh (ancestors of the Ilnuatsh) penetrated the heart of the Canadian Shield. The first humans to set foot there, they gradually occupied the entire watershed that drains into the Saguenay and Pekuakami. Their fur coats and boots protected them from harsh winter winds. Intricately beaded jackets and dresses spoke of a creative outlook. And feathered headdresses reflected a love of ceremony. Today, near the museum — which features temporary exhibits, a Mashteuiatsh boutique souvenir store and a permanent installation called “The Spirit of Pekuakamiulnu” — one can paddle the well-traveled rivers by canoe or walk the Nuhtshimitsh interpretation trail and learn about traditional shelter, travel, food and medicine in the boreal forest.
Indigenous Artists Market

Indigenous Artists Market

Fort St. John, British Columbia Gift Shop
Show Listing10055 100th Avenue Visit Website
Indigenous Artists Market
In downtown Fort St. John, visit the Indigenous Artists’ Market where local artists and artisans showcase and sell their products. Open year-round, the market and social enterprise, in partnership between NEABC and the Treaty 8 Tribal Association, hosts some of the best Traditional and contemporary crafts and art pieces in the province of British Columbia ...
from beaded moccasins and blankets to bear grease healing salve, spruce tip tea and sweetgrass for smudging.
Indigenous Walks

Indigenous Walks

Ottawa, Ontario Storytelling, Walking Tours
Show Listing659 Chadburn Ave (613) 290-8597 Visit Website
Indigenous Walks
Indigenous Walks is a walk and talk through downtown Ottawa from an Indigenous perspective. Together walkers and guide will explore social, political and cultural issues through architecture, landscape, monuments and art. Indigenous Walks is owned and operated by Jaime Koebel. Nehiyaw/Michif from Lac La Biche, Alberta. Accessibility: There are parts of the walk that are ...
not accessible however, if there is advanced notice, the walk will be altered to accommodate accessibility. The tour is about two hours over 3km through downtown Ottawa. Please dress appropriately for the weather. Start locations are easily accessible by foot or bus. We offer group tours and specialty tours. Indigenous Walks would like to thank the City of Ottawa and Soup Ottawa for their kind and generous financial support to help make this walk happen!
Indigenous World Winery

Indigenous World Winery

Kelowna, British Columbia RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Wineries
Show Listing2218 Horizon Drive (250) 769-2824 Visit Website
Indigenous World Winery
Take in a breath-catching sunset view of Lake Okanagan from British Columbia’s first fully Indigenous-owned winery — where the ancient Okanagan Syilx culture merges with the region’s thriving wine scene, courtesy of visionaries Robert and Bernice Louie. “When guests come, they experience a sense of place in a comfortable, Indigenous-inspired setting where Traditional and modern ...
Culture comes together.” says spokesman Ryan Widdup. ” Savour wines such as the Hee-Hee-Tel-Kin Red Blend — named in honour of the owners’ youngest son, Trenton, featuring notes of cloves, sweet plums and vanilla. Hee-Hee-Tel-Kin, a name that has been in the Syilx Culture for thousands of years, translates into “a mystical high-country stag with large antlers.” The sparkling “La’p Cheet” is named for their daughter, Cassandra, and means “the shimmer of light on a river spillway.” Simo, which means “connected to the land,” is the company’s flagship wine and it’s named for owner Robert Louie. Indigenous World Winery’s history is rooted in a People who have lived in this region for millennia. Robert Louie, former chief of the Westbank First Nation, developed the concept for the winery with his wife, Bernice, in 2011. The couple share a strong passion for nature, the land, and the rich history and traditions of the Syilx people.
Innuberge

Innuberge

Unamen Shipu, Quebec
Show Listing13 rue tambour 418-229-1300 Visit Website
Innuberge
Innuberge is located in the Lower North Shore of Quebec. When you visit us, you will discover another world. We call our community Unamen Shipu (La Romaine) and located on the seaside with a beautiful beach. Fully equipped cottages built in 2019 and a multifunctional pavilion. Innuberge offers guided tours of the community, craft workshops, ...
zodiac tours, observational experiences on the island of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, salmon fishing, sea kayaking, canoeing on the river and traditional lobster fishing. We are accessible by weekly ferries from Rimousku, Sept-Iles or Kegaska, by plane (PAL Airlines) or by snowmobile in the winter (White Route).
Inuit Adventures

Inuit Adventures

Baie-D'Urfé, Quebec Bear Watching, Dog Sledding, Northern Lights, Storytelling, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing19950 Clark Graham 514-457-6580 Visit Website
Inuit Adventures
Why travel all the way to Africa to witness a large-scale animal migration when the same spectacle can be seen right here in Northern Quebec? “Epic, thousand-strong caribou herds come our way every summer,” says Sean McDonagh, manager of Inuit Adventures. Inuit Adventures is a collective of 14 businesses based in a little-known corner of ...
the Western Arctic, known as Nunavik. Local Inuit guides collaborate to take intrepid travellers to the very heart of the ancient, thriving arctic landscape. Only accessible by plane, Nunavik is home to a small community that balances modern living with ancestral traditions. Tourism in the region offers a means to share Inuit culture and raise awareness about this unique natural environment. Inuit Adventures offers a range of experiences — from learning about the local arts, crafts and music scene and simply getting to know the Inuit people to multi-day excursions that take travellers deep into the wilds of nature. Adventures can include a traverse of the Arctic tundra behind a team of sled dogs or learning how to build an igloo. Visitors also have opportunities to view the Aurora Borealis in the northern town of Kuujjuaq, one of the most spectacular locations on the planet to observe this phenomena. High on most visitors’ lists is the opportunity to see the ‘Arctic’s Big 3’ — the polar bear, muskox and caribou. A visit to Nunavik with Inuit Adventures isn’t for the faint of heart, but it promises a rich adventure in nature and culture unlike anything else in the world.
Iskwew Air

Iskwew Air

Richmond, British Columbia
Show Listing311-5360 Airport Rd. South 604-273-7713 Visit Website
Iskwew Air
Iskwew Air (pronounced iss-kway-yo) is a reliable, Indigenous woman-owned airline which provides reliable, all-weather, 24-hour charter services to communities around the province of British Columbia. Iskwew is based out of YVR and operates a twin engine PA31 Piper Navajo Chieftain called the Sweetgrass Warrior which can carry a total payload of 1600lbs (max 8 passengers, ...
cargo, or a combination). A safe and reliable air service for everyone, clients can schedule a flight with Iskwew Air whenever they want, wherever they want.
Jack Sam's Restaurant (Quaaout)

Jack Sam's Restaurant (Quaaout)

Chase, British Columbia Golf, Spas
Show Listing1663 Little Shuswap Lake Rd (250) 679-3090 Visit Website
Jack Sam's Restaurant (Quaaout)
The pride of the Little Shuswap Lake Band since opening in August 2007, the Quaaout Lodge & Spa at Talking Rock Golf Resort is home to Jack Sam’s restaurant. Offering Shuswap-inspired dining overlooking the shores of Little Shuswap Lake, Jack Sam’s Restaurant offers the freshest high-quality ingredients and locally inspired culinary traditions, with an emphasis ...
on a delicious hand-crafted menu. Known for its signature cocktails, friendly staff, and fabulous views inside and out, relax in the ambience of the stunning cedar wood-panelled dining room with original First Nations art, or head outside to take a seat on the spacious fairy light-lit patio surrounded by the beauty of nature. Enjoy treats such as fresh-from-the-oven fluffy Bannock with sustainably harvested cold-smoked wild B.C. salmon, wafer-thin bison carpaccio or decadent apricot brandy BBQ-glazed ribs after a day playing the award-winning 18-hole course or relaxing in the Le7ke Spa.
Jasper Tour Company

Jasper Tour Company

Jasper, Alberta Cultural Tours, Storytelling, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing732 Connaught Dr. (780) 852-7070 Visit Website
Jasper Tour Company
The Canadian Rockies are known to some as the “Shining Mountains” or the “Backbone of the World,” to Joe Urie, a Métis guide and owner of the Jasper Tour Company, the Canadian Rocky Mountains are simply “home.” Urie comes from a long line of proud Métis who have been living and guiding along the Athabasca ...
River since 1860. The first of Urie’s people arrived on these shores from the Métis Settlements at Red River, in what is now Manitoba. Urie, who considers the Athabasca River to be “the blood in my veins,” invites you to experience this region of Canada through his eyes, whether it’s viewing the grandeur of the Rockies, hearing stories of the region’s First Peoples or learning about the wildlife that roams here. When out exploring with Urie, expect to encounter animals such as deer, moose, black bears, wolves, marmots, pikas, eagles, grizzlies, and elk. “Tourism is an awesome means to tell our stories, and there are so many stories to tell about this part of Canada,” says Urie, adding that his tour company, which specializes in half-day tours year-round, offers an excellent introduction to Jasper and its surrounding areas. “People often do a tour with us before their bigger adventures in the area, just to get a handle on where they are.” He keeps groups intimate so guests can connect with each other, and with the natural world around them. “Humanity is so disconnected from nature,” says Urie. “My hope is our guests will go home, reflect on their experience and try to bring more nature into their daily lives.”

Stories of Canada - Alberta

Reawaken your senses on this breathtaking, self-driven adventure in Alberta, where you’ll explore the overwhelming beauty and distinctive culture of this vast province. In addition to meeting Indigenous Elders and storytellers, you’ll hike and picnic at glacier-fed lakes, indulge in an al fresco feast at a charming organic farm, and cast your eyes to the stars in the world’s biggest Dark Sky Preserve.

Starting Price: $11,950

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Johnny and Billy Cain Outfitters

Johnny and Billy Cain Outfitters

Tasiujaq, Quebec Freshwater Fishing, Ice Fishing
Show Listing 617-253-6865 Visit Website
Johnny and Billy Cain Outfitters
Inuit-owned and operated, Johnny and Billy Cain Outfitters is located in the very heart of taiga and tundra wilderness on the Leaf River estuary. Stay with us for a memorable fishing adventure with comfy camp accommodation featuring showers and flushing toilets. In July and August, fish from boat or shore for Arctic char, salmon, and ...
speckled trout. In September, catch migrating salmon and stay in our cabin accommodations. In the fall, winter, and spring, go hunting for rock and willow ptarmigan.
Ḵ ̓wax̱wa̱lawadi, Echo Bay Marina & Lodge

Ḵ ̓wax̱wa̱lawadi, Echo Bay Marina & Lodge

Alert Bay, British Columbia Boat Tours
Show Listing14 Gatu St PO Box 10 (778) 997-7423 Visit Website
Ḵ ̓wax̱wa̱lawadi, Echo Bay Marina & Lodge
Located in the heart of traditional territory on Gilford Island, the Kwikwasut’inuxw Haxwa’mis First Nation welcomes yachters and kayakers, sports fishers and nature buffs to their marina and lodge in Echo Bay. Explore the scattered islands of Broughton Archipelago, leaving no trace as you “discover” petroglyphs, white midden beaches, culturally modified trees and archaeological clam ...
terraces, while keeping an eye out for grizzlies, seals and other wildlife. Back at the lodge in Ḵ ̓wax̱wa̱lawadi, ask nature what tomorrow brings and see if it echoes a response.
K'awatsi Tours

K'awatsi Tours

Port Hardy, British Columbia Boat Tours, Cultural Tours, Hiking Tours, Storytelling, Wildlife Viewing
Show ListingPo Box 1798 250-230-5681 Visit Website
K'awatsi Tours
Experience the wild beauty of British Columbia’s coastal rainforests through the eyes of your First Nations guide as they share their Culture, history and traditions on a half- or full-day tour. See the fastest navigable tidal rapids on earth; view incredible wildlife on the water; roam remote beaches; learn to weave cedar and hear stories ...
from elders. k’awat’si Tours is your connection to Indigenous culture in Port Hardy on Vancouver Island. Come aboard our Wa’p & Bi’dagwa’nam tour to see the Nakwakto Rapids, learn the history of the Gwa’sala Nakwaxda’xw Nation on these waters and the deep roots of our Ancestors. See wildlife such as eagles, bears, coastal wolves, whales, porpoises and otters and visit a stellar sea lion colony. Book a Cultural group workshop at the Gwa’sala Nakwaxda’xw First Nations-owned Kwa’lilas Hotel and learn traditional cedar weaving, hear Elder’s storytelling or join a guided tour of the Quatse Salmon Stewardship Centre with a visit to Storey’s Beach. Join our Wa’p & Max’inux scenic boat and wildlife tour spotting whales, porpoises, stellar sea lions and marine birds. Travel with us on the A’wi’nagwitl, K’waxala & U’ligan tour for a day to see San Josef Bay, one of the most beautiful and iconic beaches on the West Coast in Cape Scott Provincial Park, and part of the Tlatlasikwala First Nations traditional territory. Learn its history and explore its beautiful sandy beach and soaring rock stack formations. Look out for resident grey whales and pacific white-sided dolphins.
Kahnawake Brewing Company

Kahnawake Brewing Company

Kahnawake, Quebec RV Parks, Serves Alcohol
Show Listing22 Route 138 Unit H 450-632-3434 Visit Website
Kahnawake Brewing Company
Kahnawake Brewing Company, the first Native-owned microbrewery on a First Nation’s territory in Canada, started its journey in 2016 with a mission to change the beer landscape in their community. Approximately a year and a half of determination and collaborative discussions to assist in the creation of the regulations for beer production in Kahnawake, KBC ...
served their first pint on Saint Patrick’s Day 2018. Kahnawake Brewing Company has been making waves with their beers inside and outside of the community; a product of their focus on quality, creativity, authenticity, and community. This beer is from us to you; we are happy you chose a Kahnawake brew!
Kanien'kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa Language and Cultural Center

Kanien'kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa Language and Cultural Center

Kahnawake, Quebec Cultural Tours
Show ListingP.O. Box 969 Visit Website
Kanien'kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa Language and Cultural Center
Immerse in the rich culture of the Iroquois, and the Mohawks of Kahnawake, at the Kanien’kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa Language and Cultural Center. Created in 1978 to preserve and enrich the language and culture of the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) of Kahnawà:ke, the mission of the Center is to: ‘preserve, enrich and perpetuate our Kanien’kehá:ka language so that ...
every member of our community actively seeks to use it and pass it on as the most precious possession of our people.’ Just 20 minutes from downtown Montreal, across the Honoré Mercier Bridge, book a guided tour of the museum and visit the Center to share the rich Culture and history of the Kanien’kehá:ka. Take part in a beading or basket-making workshop, or sit in on a community Onkwehonwehnéha conversation class. Browse the gift shop for artwork, crafts, books, and souvenirs to support local Indigenous artists and artisans and the important work of this essential community resource.
kâniyâsihk Culture Camps

kâniyâsihk Culture Camps

Island Lake, Saskatchewan Storytelling, Workshops
Show Listing (306) 837-7649 Visit Website
kâniyâsihk Culture Camps
Dr. Kevin wâsakâyâsiw Lewis created the kâniyâsihk Cultural Camps to preserve the Cree language and promote Traditional Indigenous Culture. Participants experience hands-on activities such as filleting fish, cutting meat, tanning hides and preserving food. They can also take part in first aid, paddling, and Field Leader certification programs, as well as other year-round outdoor activities ...
and storytelling. Perhaps the most important feature of the camps, however, is the kâ-nêyâsihk mîkiwâhpa Cree Academy of Excellence-Immersion School, where Elder’s Helpers teach the Cree language in a beautiful natural setting.
Kekuli Cafe - Merritt

Kekuli Cafe - Merritt

Westbank, Counter Service, RV Parks, Table Service, Taco
Show Listing307-3550 Carrington Rd Visit Website
Kekuli Cafe - Merritt
Don’t panic… they have bannock! Enjoy a taste of local, fresh Indigenous cuisine at Kekuli Café and savour traditional flavours with a modern twist. From fluffy breakfast bannocks piled high with buttery scrambled eggs, wild smoked salmon, or local farmer’s sausage to Pow Wow frybread tacos piled teepee high with tasty home-made chili or pithouse ...
corn and black beans to garden fresh salads and sweet treats —try the Saskatoon berry bannock! — there’s something delicious for everyone. What’s in a name? Kekuli means “Pithouse” a warm winter dwelling built into the ground to protect people from the elements, that the Thompson First Nation lived in hundreds of years ago. In the Thompson language, they’re called sʔístkn; and you can still find historical Kekulis throughout the Thompson and Okanagan area today. That traditional warm welcome is something that co-owners Sharon Bond and Darren Hogg bring to the Kekuli Café, “Acknowledgment is so important in our culture,” says Sharon. “I wanted a place where everyone would feel welcome and acknowledged.” You feel that unique traditional cultural welcome as soon as you step inside: pow wow music softly plays, and Indigenous art hangs on the walls. And the bannock? It’s Sharon’s niche in the restaurant business, creating food from the homestyle ingredients that she grew up on, focussed around bannock, a ‘survival bread’ that was a staple food in the diets of Metis, First Nations, and Inuit communities. “I love how each culture has their own version of fried bread,” says Sharon. “There are so many similarities, like people, food will bring us together.”
Kekuli Café - Westbank

Kekuli Café - Westbank

West Kelowna, British Columbia Counter Service, RV Parks, Table Service, Taco
Show Listing307-3550 Carrington Rd Visit Website
Kekuli Café - Westbank
Don’t panic… they have bannock! Enjoy a taste of local, fresh Indigenous cuisine at Kekuli Café and savour traditional flavours with a modern twist. From fluffy breakfast bannocks piled high with buttery scrambled eggs, wild smoked salmon, or local farmer’s sausage to Pow Wow frybread tacos piled teepee high with tasty home-made chili or pithouse ...
corn and black beans to garden fresh salads and sweet treats —try the Saskatoon berry bannock! — there’s something delicious for everyone.
Key oh Lodge

Key oh Lodge

Burns Lake, British Columbia
Show Listing770 Hwy 16 West 250-692-7797 Visit Website
Key oh Lodge
Make Key-Oh Lodge your home away from home in the outdoor enthusiasts’ paradise of Burns Lake, located just off Highway 16. Offering a range of spacious and affordable accommodation across 42 rooms, with a 24/7 front desk service, daily housekeeping and breakfast bar, Key-Oh-Lodge makes the ideal spot to break your journey between Prince George ...
and neighbouring northern communities—and thanks to a large parking lot, it also can accommodate RVs. A short drive from the Key-Oh Lodge offers up thousands of kilometres of pristine shoreline within minutes of town, making Burns Lake a must-visit spot for fishers, boaters, kayakers, canoers, paddle boarders and other water sport enthusiasts. There’s fun to be on the land too, ten minutes from downtown Burns Lake’s shopping, and restaurants, explore Boer Mountain and the Burns Lake Bike Park with miles of classic single track and some of the best downhill trails you’ll find anywhere.
Khewa

Khewa

Wakefield, Quebec Gift Shop, Jewellery
Show Listing737 Chemin Riverside 819 230 8282 Visit Website
Khewa
The Khewa gallery-boutique has featured the work of Indigenous artists from across North America for the past 20 years, remaining faithful to our mission in promoting authentic artwork from First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples. We take pride in offering our visitors a warm and inviting atmosphere to better understand, explore and support the diversity ...
of Indigenous Cultures. We guarantee that none of our products are made overseas; this commitment has contributed to our solid reputation within our community and with our corporate gifting clientele.
Ki'yeli Tourism Services

Ki'yeli Tourism Services

Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories Boat Tours, Cultural Tours, Storytelling
Show Listing9910-102nd Avenue P.O. Box 508 (867) 695-2812 Visit Website
Ki'yeli Tourism Services
Join us in the Northwest Territories for a real Dene Cultural experience. From beading, sewing moccasins or basket making to learning about the fauna and flora as medicines, paddling the Nahanni River, or feasting on traditional food around the campfire, your hosts Gilbert and Mary Jane Cazon look forward to sharing their knowledge with you. ...
Kiixin Tours

Kiixin Tours

Bamfield, British Columbia Cultural Tours, Storytelling, Walking Tours
Show ListingEast Government Dock 226 Frigate Rd Visit Website
Kiixin Tours
Kiix̣in Village and Fortress National Historic Site of Canada is located on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, strategically set between the rugged outer coast and the protected inner waters of Barkley Sound. Kiix̣in is the traditional capital village of the Huu-ay-aht, a Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation. It is the only known First Nations ...
village, of more than 100 villages on the southern B.C. coast, that still features significant, standing traditional architecture and it remains a sacred site to the present-day Huu-ay-aht First Nations.
Kikino Silver Birch Resort & Campground

Kikino Silver Birch Resort & Campground

Kikino Metis Settlement, Alberta Cabins, RV Parks, Tenting
Show Listing62315 Range Road 140A (780) 623-3252 Visit Website
Kikino Silver Birch Resort & Campground
Visit Kikino Silver Birch and wake up to the sounds of loons and waves outside your cabin. Come with your family for your reunion, book your wedding and enjoy our white sand beaches, explore our quad-friendly trails, book a fishing trip, or just relax and enjoy our year-round cabins. Kikino Silver Birch Resort is your ...
northeastern Alberta oasis. Proudly owned by the Kikino Métis Settlement, we are a hub for Indigenous and Métis Cultural exploration.
Killarney Wilderness Inn

Killarney Wilderness Inn

Killarney, Manitoba
Show Listing220 Geates st west (204) 523-4111 Visit Website
Killarney Wilderness Inn
Canadian Wilderness Inn offers clean, comfortable, cosy 3.5-star accommodation in southwest Manitoba’s Turtle Mountains. With three locations—Boissevain, Deloraine, and Killarney—the inns are a perfect base for fishing, hiking, canoeing, geocaching, and exploring local parks and the International Peace Garden. All rooms feature new flat screen TVs, free high-speed wireless Internet, continental breakfast, and outside BBQ ...
area. Founder Irvin Goodon, an avid nature enthusiast, has woven a wildlife theme throughout Canada’s only post-frame-built motels, including the antler chandeliers for sale at the Boissevain location.
Kina8at-Ensemble

Kina8at-Ensemble

Mont-Tremblant, Quebec Canoeing, Cultural Demonstrations, Storytelling, Walking Tours, Workshops
Show Listing 819-635-5393 Visit Website
Kina8at-Ensemble
Take a deep dive into the Indigenous world with non-profit Kina8at-Together. Founded by hereditary anicinape Chief Dominique (T8aminik) Rankin and Marie-Josée Tardif, Kina8at’s activities are guided by teachings which date back thousands of years. Whether you dream of a canoeing adventure, crave a relaxing getaway, or you’re seeking a deeper connection through a transformative experience ...
immersed in indigenous cultures, join us at the Centre Kina8at surrounded by forest on the shores of a lake, just a stone’s throw from Mont-Tremblant. Experience indigenous cultures through different workshops and immersive getaways; learn basic forest survival skills; bake traditional bread; experience the sacred pipe ceremony; sing and drum and receive the teachings of the animals. Join a workshop to learn traditional arts such as beading and moccasin making; give yourself the gift of regeneration and transformation on a four-day silent retreat in the forest; learn the vigil of the sacred fire; take part in the extraordinary Matato ritual (sweat lodge), guided by Grand-father T8aminik. Everything we do at Kina8at-Together is based on authenticity, reconciliation, and celebrating the joy of life; join us for an adventure in French, English, Anicinape, Atikamekw or Cree. We also offer a range of training programs inspired by First Nations’ philosophy and traditions focusing on consciousness-raising and healing.
Kisik Ridge

Kisik Ridge

Middleton, Nova Scotia Bed & Breakfasts, RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Table Service Limited Operations
Show Listing11060 Shore Road East (902) 266-2445 Visit Website
Kisik Ridge
Kisik Ridge is a farm-to-table retreat owned and operated by two top chefs, Ray Bear and Saronn Pov. Chef Bear brings to the table 30 years of cooking at fine restaurants from Vancouver to Halifax, while Chef Pov contributes her Cambodian culinary flair. Together they sustainably raise pigs and goats, grow vegetables, and gather hungry ...
people together for long-table dinners featuring the freshest locally grown or foraged ingredients. They also offer workshops, picnics, and revitalizing farm stays in the cosy ocean view suites at their mountaintop home on the Bay of Fundy.
Kitchens of Distinction Culinary Arts

Kitchens of Distinction Culinary Arts

Victoria, British Columbia Catering
Show Listing3134 Glen Lake Rd. Visit Website
Kitchens of Distinction Culinary Arts
Meet executive private chef Shirley Lang, of the Cree Métis Nation. A culinary explorer, experimenting and creating cuisine with Indigenous ingredients married with global flavours, chef Shirley creates cuisine to serenade the senses. From invite-only Clandestine Dinners with authentic cultural cuisine, wine, entertainment and local talent to Indigenous menu consultation, and culinary tours experience a ...
taste of authentic cuisine with this multi-award-winning chef practising her craft on the Traditional Territory of the Lekwungen Peoples of the Coast Salish Nation.
Klahoose Coastal Adventures

Klahoose Coastal Adventures

Squirrel Cove, British Columbia Bear Watching, Cultural Tours, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing1790 Tork Road PO Box 09 (250) 935-6536 Visit Website
Klahoose Coastal Adventures
xawgəs, the Grizzly Bear, return mid-August for the annual salmon run in Toba Inlet. A cycle that has taken place for a millennial on the traditional territory for the Klahoose First Nation people. Here, tall stands of towering cedar trees are interwoven with glacial streams and rocky shores that welcome the arrival of spawning Pacific ...
salmon each year. This breathtaking backdrop draws Grizzly Bears to the yɛkʷamɛn (Toba Inlet) where they socialize with each other and feast on the bounty of fresh salmon. From viewing towers, set along the Klite River we have optimal sight lines to view the bears in their natural habitat. Tours are led by Klahoose First Nation guides and partners. Your visit to our traditional territory brings strength, opportunity and threads our past with our framework of modern life. We welcome you with gratitude. Grizzly Bear Tours depart daily from Campbell River, BC from mid-August to October. An Indigenous wilderness resort experience, with multi-day bear tour packages, is also available at our Klahoose Wilderness Resort.
Klahoose Wilderness Resort

Klahoose Wilderness Resort

Desolution Sound, British Columbia Awareness Experiences, Bear Watching, Resorts
Show Listing Visit Website
Klahoose Wilderness Resort
Klahoose Wilderness Resort is British Columbia premier Indigenous cultural experience on the lands of the toq qaymɩxʷ (Klahoose) People. The resort is 100% owned by the Klahoose First Nation and is located in calm ocean waters of Desolation Sound, surrounded by BC’s Coastal mountains and lush rainforest. This is an remote, but easily accessible, all-inclusive ...
eco-resort reflects Klahoose traditional values and offers an immersive exploration into this pristine region rich in diverse wildlife and cultural significance. Only accessible by boat or seaplane, the wildlife resort offers all-inclusive packages for an average of 14 guests in lodge rooms or private cabins. Packages are focused on exploring the coastal waters and includes bear viewing, whales watching, and tours led by Indigenous guides. When guests arrive and come ashore, they are welcomed with a traditional Klahoose greeting, with drumming and singing, which sets the tone for the Authentic Indigenous experience that embraces both the natural and supernatural spirits of the land and its People. Activities include Indigenous activities such as storytelling, cedar weaving. Also available is sea kayaking and paddle boarding from the resorts private dock, ocean swimming, a woodfire sauna and rainforest nature trails. Delicious meals are served in the dinning room overlooking to ocean. Stays are for 3- or 4-nights packages that include spring bear viewing, Indigenous culture and late summer/fall salmon run grizzly bear tours to remote Toba Inlet deep into Klahoose traditional territory. Packages start with an included boat transfer from Lund or Powell River B.C. to Desolation Sound and the Resort. Guests can drive to Lund from Vancouver or Vancouver Island with ferry connections or scheduled, or charter flight options are available. Open seasonally from May to October. Guests live an immersive experience into Klahoose culture during their entire visit. Experienced Indigenous guides and friendly staff ad

Stories of Canada - British Columbia

BC is a place of unexpected moments – and, during this eight-night itinerary, visitors will experience many of them. Whether standing in the rainforest of Desolation Sound, watching a bear snatch salmon from the shore; cleansing the soul in an Indigenous smudging ceremony; or biting into a juicy peach at an Okanagan Valley farm, guests will be surprised and delighted by their adventures on the West Coast.

Starting Price: $13,850

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Kluskap Ridge RV & Campground Ltd.

Kluskap Ridge RV & Campground Ltd.

Englishtown, Nova Scotia Cabins, Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Performances, Glamping, RV Parks, Storytelling, Teepees, Tenting
Show Listing938 NS-312 (902) 929-2598 Visit Website
Kluskap Ridge RV & Campground Ltd.
Renowned worldwide for its beauty, friendly locals and authentic Gaelic and Acadian cultures, Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island is also rich with Indigenous Culture. That’s why Darrell Bernard and his partners started Kluskap Ridge RV & Campground, a unique camping destination on the island. Owned by residents of Membertou, a Mi’kmaq Nation community, Kluskap Ridge ...
provides a chance for locals to share their traditions with guests, alongside fun campground activities such as outdoor family movies, campfires, arts and craft days, an arcade in the lodge and pottery and leather workshops. On Thursdays, join in with traditional Mi’kmaq drumming and dancing performers. Jig along with Celtic fiddlers or belt out pop tunes with the karaoke crowd on Saturdays. Spend a sunny day in a heated pool with the kids on the slide and, afterward, listen to Indigenous Elders tell their tales. Camp out in your own tent or trailer or sleep in one of our teepees to dream alongside a traditional firepit for the night. Upgrade your camping experience in our coveted glamping tent, king-sized bed and all. “We get campers out to teach them about our culture — what, why and how we do things,” says Bernard. “But it’s all blended in with our many social events, which makes the experience seamless and entertaining.” Kluskap Ridge RV & Campground is in the heart of pristine nature on a tranquil mountain ridge near Englishtown with views overlooking St. Ann’s Bay. The quiet retreat — home to RV and tent sites, vacation apartment rentals, rustic cabins, and teepees — is just one kilometer from the Cabot Trail scenic highway.
Knight Inlet Lodge

Knight Inlet Lodge

Black Creek, British Columbia Bear Watching, Wilderness Lodges
Show Listing4 - 8574 Reinhold Road (250) 337-1953 Visit Website
Knight Inlet Lodge
Experience sustainable tourism at British Columbia’s original grizzly bear viewing lodge! Knight Inlet Lodge is a First Nations-owned and operated resort located in the traditional territory of the Da’Naxda’xw Awaetlala First Nation at Glendale Cove, and proud to be a 2019 Travelers Choice Award winner for service. A remote floating resort, accessible only by floatplane ...
from Campbell River on Vancouver Island, Knight Inlet Lodge is in the heart of prime grizzly bear habitat. Although remote the Lodge offers modern comfort and convenience with spacious guest rooms, a welcoming dining room, lounge and stunning patio decks. Guests feast on the best fresh, seasonal, local produce, meat and seafood. Special dietary needs can easily be accommodated. Each day, guests at the Lodge can experience both land-and marine-based bear viewing tours to give a unique glimpse into the daily life of the bears. Guests can also take part in other activities including whale watching, kayaking and interpretive nature hikes. Whenever possible, First Nations history, Culture and place names are woven into the narrative to give guests the opportunity to learn about the area, wildlife and the people who have called this place home for countless generations. From mid-July to the end of September it’s whale watching season, and you can see orca and humpback whales flipping their tails and blowing ‘steam’ in the pristine waters. Knight Inlet Lodge is one of a very few locations in the world where you can watch grizzly bears one day, then orca and humpback whales the next, all from the comfort of one remote floating lodge.
Ksan Campground

Ksan Campground

Hazelton, British Columbia RV Parks
Show Listing1450 Ksan Road 250-842-5940 Visit Website
Ksan Campground
Unzip your tent and look out over the beauty of the vast Roche de Boule Mountain range accompanied by the rushing sounds of the Skeena and Bulkley Rivers, just an hour north of Smithers. Relax outside your trailer or RV in a spacious, fully serviced site and find peace in Traditional Gitxsan territory at the ...
‘Ksan Campground where campers can truly experience the heritage of the Gitxsan Land and Northwest British Columbia. Explore the ‘Ksan Village, an experiential museum with traditional longhouses and totem poles that teaches the history and Culture of the Gitxsan People, visit the Historical Pioneer Village of Hazelton, hike or bike the well-maintained forested trails. Pop up a portable gazebo, start up the barbecue, and take in the gorgeous scenery. Fully serviced sites include water, power, and sewage, and there are well-equipped laundry and shower facilities on-site too.
Ksan Historical Village

Ksan Historical Village

Hazelton, British Columbia Museums
Show Listing1500 Hwy 62 250-842-5544 Visit Website
Ksan Historical Village
‘Ksan is a replica village of traditional longhouses and showcases our First Nations lifestyle and art. Daily tours interpret the site, giving visitors a sense of what life was like for the Gitksan People before European settlers arrived in Canada. The on-site museum has 600 items and artifacts that range from ceremonial to everyday items. ...
Commemorate your visit with a souvenir from the gift shop. Extend your visit by staying in the on-site campground with full-service hookups, and dry sites for tents.
Ktunaxa Grill

Ktunaxa Grill

Ainsworth Hot Springs, British Columbia RV Parks, Table Service
Show Listing3609 Balfour-Kaslo-Galena Bay Hwy 1 800-668-1171 Visit Website
Ktunaxa Grill
Enjoy an exceptional dining experience at the Ktunaxa Grill at Ainsworth Hot Springs. With its impressive cuisine, stunning mountain backdrop, and friendly service, this Kootenay restaurant is truly a hidden gem. Executive Chef Cory Chapman and his team take the utmost pride in crafting mouth-watering creations for guests and visitors. Ask us about our new ...
Appy and Dinner specials! We use the freshest local ingredients with classic and innovative cooking techniques to bring you a healthy, non-gmo, hormone and antibiotic-free dining experience.
Kwa’lilas Hotel

Kwa’lilas Hotel

Port Hardy, British Columbia RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Table Service
Show Listing9040 Granville Street Visit Website
Kwa’lilas Hotel
Located on the traditional territories of the Kwakiutl people in Port Hardy, the Kwa’lilas Hotel is a proud demonstration of the commitment of the Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations to share our history, Culture and homeland in a meaningful and memorable way with our guests. Regarded as the region’s premier First Nations destination hotel, its distinctive exterior uses ...
local cedar and its architecture honors the authentic ‘big house’ style with a smoke hole at the top of the building—traditionally, when visitors see smoke coming from a big house, it means Welcome! – Gilakas’la! Inside our welcoming hotel, you will find 85 luxurious guest rooms and suites; our décor celebrates authentic local Indigenous arts and artists including masks, Cultural designs and music—including a stunning copper art piece depicting history and legends of our people. This is our way of sharing our Culture, and we open our hearts to you. Enjoy First Nations-inspired cuisine and service in our ‘Ha’me restaurant; relax with great food and drinks at Nax’ID Pub; browse for a special keepsake in our gift shop or simply grab a specialty coffee and pastry to go at our in-house Café. During your stay, enjoy one of our regularly scheduled Cultural activities within the hotel and join us on a unique guided outbound ocean and forest Cultural tours to complete your experience. The Kwa’lilas Hotel also has the newest, most comprehensive banquet, meeting and conference facilities on North Vancouver Island offering a total of over 4,000 square feet of meeting and event space including a large ballroom and full catering facilities available.
Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre

Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre

Whitehorse, Yukon Art Gallery, Carvings, Cultural Tours, Gift Shop, RV Parks, Storytelling
Show Listing1171 Front Street (867) 456-5322 Visit Website
Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre
For millennia, well-worn foot trails along the banks of the Chu Níikwän — now called the Yukon River — were lined with ancient fish camps, lookout points, hunting grounds, burial sites and meeting places. But with the 1897 Klondike Gold Rush and the Alaska Highway construction of 1942, the Kwanlin Dün people were uprooted and ...
their lives, drastically changed. In 2012, the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre (KDCC) was built in Whitehorse. “The opening…marks a deeply meaningful event for our people as we celebrate the reclamation of our ancestral home along the riverbank,” says Rick O’Brien, a former Kwanlin Dün First Nation chief. Since the centre’s construction, it has served as a spectacular meeting place to celebrate and share the history, traditions and living Culture of O’Brien’s people. Now considered the Yukon’s premier conference and convention centre, KDCC currently houses the Whitehorse Public Library and a repository of Kwanlin Dün cultural artifacts, some of which are on display. It also functions as a showcase for artists, artisans, storytellers, drummers, dancers and carvers. And every summer, an Indigenous artist-in-residence works on site. Visitors can enjoy a cultural tour or drop in on their own. The centre is home to a traditional sewing circle, along with workshops such as “Moosehide to Moccasins” and moose hair tufting. As well, KDCC acts as the epicentre for gatherings year-round, including the Adaka Cultural Festival, Frostbite Music Festival and National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations. Critically, the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre inspires youth to explore their culture and rediscover their proud ancestral heritage, while providing an important venue for Elders who help ensure that traditional teachings are passed forward.

Stories of Canada - Yukon Territory

The Yukon is marked by historic landmarks, rich culture and dazzling landscapes. During this eight-day itinerary, you’ll follow in the footsteps of historic Gold Rush prospectors, learn about the land with the Kwanlin Dün First Nation, soak in mineral-rich hot springs, take to the skies over a sprawling icefield, and hike in atmospheric Tombstone Territorial Park. Along the way, you’ll meet the warm and welcoming people of the Yukon, including Indigenous Elders who share captivating stories of their ancestors stretching back thousands of years.

Starting Price: $17,500

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La Traite Restaurant

La Traite Restaurant

Wendake, Quebec RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Table Service
Show Listing5 Place de la Rencontre Visit Website
La Traite Restaurant
Integrated into the Hôtel-musée Premières Nations in Wendake, La Traite restaurant is the ideal place to discover a cuisine inspired by the Indigenous terroir that brilliantly combines tradition and modernity, authenticity and gastronomic finesse. The menu highlights fresh and local products from hunting, gathering and fishing such as fish, game, forest mushrooms, spices, boreal infusions ...
and wild fruits. The restaurant’s décor is also very elegant and elaborate, with traditional First Nations design elements combined with a modern aesthetic. The view of the Akiawenrahk River from the dining room adds to the relaxing and enjoyable dining experience. Chef Marc de Passorio is one of the most renowned chefs in international gastronomy. After working in various restaurants in France, Russia and New Zealand, Marc de Passorio settled in Quebec. Upon his arrival, Marc de Passorio wanted to learn more about Indigenous knowledge and visited several First Nations communities in Quebec while immersing himself in the customs and culinary traditions of the Huron-Wendat Nation, which welcomed him into its community. At the head of the restaurant La Traite, he pursues his passion and his role as mentor and trainer by favouring a natural cuisine inspired by the know-how and elements of the First Nations terroir while integrating First Nations youth into his brigade. Chef Marc de Passorio, two-time Michelin Star (2009 and 2015) and Gault et Millau d’Or (2014) “I like to think that the products speak for themselves. My role as a chef, as well as that of my brigade, is to make them travel to the rhythm of my journeys around the world, to associate them and to succeed in expressing their potential while preserving the values of the Indigenous peoples guided by the respect of nature.” – Chef Marc de Passorio
Lasqueti Island Hotel

Lasqueti Island Hotel

Lasqueti Island, British Columbia
Show Listing1 Weldon Road (250) 792-5000 Visit Website
Lasqueti Island Hotel
The Laquesti Island Hotel is located off the grid in Laquesti, BC. Travel to this remote island by a passenger only ferry and embrace the quiet surroundings with a relaxing retreat. Enjoy the local pub, food and live music. Guests are encouraged to tour the small community of 350 people and join the weekly activites. ...
Leaf River Lodge

Leaf River Lodge

St-Henry, Quebec Fly Fishing, Wilderness Lodges
Show Listing2238, boul. Saguenay, Box 370 Visit Website
Leaf River Lodge
From its source in Minto Lake, the Leaf River flows from Hudson Bay to Ungava Bay. This unique 150-mile journey winds its way through water where world-class fish are found alongside pristine landscapes and ancient campsites once used by the Inuit. The recent discovery of the amazing fishing on the Leaf River offers anglers the ...
opportunity to merge today’s technology and equipment with the unspoiled waters of yesteryear. Come and fish one of the most gorgeous rivers in Northern Quebec from the beginning of August to the end of September where Atlantic salmon, lake trout and speckled trout are always there to offer you incomparable fishing stories.
Les Artisans Indiens Du Québec

Les Artisans Indiens Du Québec

Wendake, Quebec Jewellery
Show Listing540, rue Max Gros-Louis Visit Website
Les Artisans Indiens Du Québec
Since 1974, the non-profit organization Indian Craftsmen of Quebec has been offering businesses and artisans a variety of traditional and contemporary raw materials, available online and in stores, that can be shipped anywhere in Canada by sea, land and air. With our solid reputation among Indigenous and non-Indigenous craftspeople alike, we can provide you with ...
leather, beads, threads, ribbons, fabrics, furs, feathers, tools and accessories for your next creative project.
Lil Crow Cabin

Lil Crow Cabin

Deseronto, Ontario Cabins
Show Listing216 Bayshore Road 613-396-2767 Visit Website
Lil Crow Cabin
Come and enjoy peace and tranquility at our adults-only getaway on the shores of the Bay of Quinte on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Unwind with the simple pleasures of life and become grounded with the beautiful land. Take advantage of our pristine grounds; enjoy canoeing in the summer, or ice-fishing in the winter with access to ...
our water-surrounded peninsula. We also have two Pelican kayaks and a Coleman canoe with life jackets provided during your stay. Rest and relaxation are at the forefront of your visit here. Perfect for small groups, couples, writers, nature lovers, or solo travelers. Stay in our main retro cabin complete with a bistro kitchen with breakfast nook, an open concept dining/entertainment room/bedroom, air conditioning, private Hydropool hot tub, screened-in gazebo, yoga and exercise space, LazyBoy Lounge and potbelly firepit. The Bunkie guesthouse and Turtle Pod Lodge on the property may be rented out to provide extra space for your guests or can be rented separately for one couple each. Indulge with a unique Indigenous Sound Massage and Meditation with world renowned multi-instrumentalist David R. Maracle. Discover the ancient healing of the ‘miracle note’ of the original Solfeggio scale through various instruments played in the 528 Hertz frequency, while you relax with the water surrounding you in a zero-gravity chair. Savour the spectacular moonscapes in the evenings right behind our cabins. Watch the stars twinkle and enjoy sharing the traditional hunting grounds of our Mohawk Peoples with our flora and fauna include, doves, geese, swan, muskrat, ducks, racoons, squirrels, and the occasional skunk and a deer.
Little Bear Giftshop and Gallery

Little Bear Giftshop and Gallery

Chase, Gift Shop
Show Listing1663 Little Shuswap Lake Road 250-679-3090 Visit Website
Little Bear Giftshop and Gallery
Little Bear Gift shop is a specialty store located in the Quaaout Lodge at Talking Rock Golf Resort on the shores of beautiful Little Shuswap Lake. Part of the artistic community of the Shuswap for more than a decade, Little Bear Gift Shop sells unique art forms hand-made by local Indigenous artists as well as ...
art and crafts from Indigenous creators across Canada. The inspiration for the Little Bear Gift shop came from the owner’s hope that we share and protect ancestral bonds with all who enter their lands. The Little Bear Gift Shop invites all visitors, community members, and organizations to come and visit to experience their famously warm Spirit and Hospitality. From wood carvings and hand-beaded moccasins to framed original artworks, cards, books, puzzles and jewellery, take home a reminder of this special place in B.C.
Lodge on the Point

Lodge on the Point

Nipissing, Unorganized, North Part, Ontario Cabins, Freshwater Fishing, Walking Tours
Show Listing 905-708-8114 Visit Website
Lodge on the Point
Relax in our unspoiled three-acre wilderness paradise perched on Manitou Lake. Unwind in rustic style in solar-powered log cabins; custom create your dream break: yoga and fitness with instructors and an in-lodge chef, a guided hunting and fishing trip, or blissful solitude with a private dock; get back to nature on a digital detox. ...
Long Ago Peoples Place

Long Ago Peoples Place

Champagne, Yukon Cultural Tours
Show ListingChampagne Access Road (867) 634-7047 Visit Website
Long Ago Peoples Place
Long Ago Peoples Place is a recreation of a traditional First Nations Village located just off the Alaska Highway, near Champagne Yukon, between Whitehorse and Haines Junction. Since 1995, Long Ago Peoples Place has been educating and entertaining visitors from around the world. It is an excellent school resource, a great place for tour companies ...
as well as individual travelers, and an excellent place for government and mining companies to learn Southern Tutchone history and culture.

Stories of Canada - Yukon Territory

The Yukon is marked by historic landmarks, rich culture and dazzling landscapes. During this eight-day itinerary, you’ll follow in the footsteps of historic Gold Rush prospectors, learn about the land with the Kwanlin Dün First Nation, soak in mineral-rich hot springs, take to the skies over a sprawling icefield, and hike in atmospheric Tombstone Territorial Park. Along the way, you’ll meet the warm and welcoming people of the Yukon, including Indigenous Elders who share captivating stories of their ancestors stretching back thousands of years.

Starting Price: $17,500

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Longhouse Gift Shop

Longhouse Gift Shop

Skidegate, British Columbia Gift Shop
Show ListingFront St Visit Website
Longhouse Gift Shop
Filled with treasures that offer visitors a taste of Haida Gwaii to take home, the Long House Gift Shop on Front Street in Skidegate is packed with local Haida-made artwork, handcrafts and Haida Gwaii clothing. The creation of life-long resident Rose Russ, the Long House Gift Shop has been delighting visitors and locals alike for ...
more than 30 years. Housed in a building fashioned after a traditional Haida longhouse, on your trip to Haida Gwaii, visit to buy authentic Haida masks, argillite and wood carvings, hand-made gold and silver jewellery, weaving, original artwork and prints. The Long House Gift Shop also carries a large selection of souvenir Haida Gwaii t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, and scarves. Commemorate your Haida Gwaii visit and enjoy the friendly hospitality and authentic atmosphere of the Long House Gift Shop.
Mādahòkì Farm

Mādahòkì Farm

Gatineau, Quebec Canoeing, Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Performances, Cultural Tours, Gift Shop, Storytelling
Show Listing100 rue Laurier 613-838-5558 ext 102 Visit Website
Mādahòkì Farm
Sign up for a tour with Indigenous Experiences, and you’ll get a taste of many First Nations cultures from across Canada. You’ll be welcomed by someone playing a hand drum and you’ll watch demonstrations by Indigenous dancers from around the country — a jingle dance, perhaps, or a hoop dance. Try a meal, maybe venison ...
sausage, three-sisters soup (beans, squash, and corn) or wild rice. There’s even a voyageur option, where you paddle down the historic Ottawa River and arrive at the Aboriginal Experiences grounds by canoe, an experience which is a member of the noteworthy Canadian Signature Experiences collection. “We give people an introduction to Indigenous people in Canada,” says Linda Sarazin, director of operations. “And we explain that Canada is immense and that First Nations culture is not just one culture.” The location, however, is important for myriad people in the country, as it’s on sacred land between Ottawa, Ontario, and Gatineau, Quebec, at an ancient trading stop on the Ottawa River. From one side of the facility, you can see Canada’s Parliament Buildings; from another, the province of Quebec. Indigenous Experiences is open from May to mid-October for guided tours with a minimum of 25 people per group. All tours must be booked in advance. (In winter, Indigenous Experiences focuses on outreach to regional schools.) “People arrive as guests and they leave as friends,” Sarazin says. “We give people the hunger to know more because they learn about how diverse our country is.”
Mahikan Trails

Mahikan Trails

Canmore, Alberta Awareness Experiences, Cultural Tours, Storytelling, Walking Tours, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing82 Grotto Way Visit Website
Mahikan Trails
Following in the footsteps of her family lineage as a Cree/Iroquois Metis guide from the Kwarakwante lineage of Jasper, Alberta where she grew up, owner-operator of Mahikan Trails, Brenda Holder has a passion for sharing her Traditional knowledge. From making plant-based medicine to learning bush craft survival skills or mastering the art of crafting moccasins, ...
Mahikan Trails will guide you to explore the world from a different perspective. Year-round you can join Brenda and Mahikan Trails in the boreal forest (just 30-minutes from Banff or 70-minutes from Calgary) to see the world of the woods through an Indigenous lens. Learn the fascinating history and practical uses of the medicinal plants, trees and flowers that thrive in picture-perfect Canmore and feel the forest come alive as you see beyond the everyday to understand the significance of the land, the animals and living traditions of your Indigenous guide. Discover traditional survival skills in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. In summertime explore the trails through the boreal forest and learn to identify plants and make simple medicines. In wintertime snowshoe the trails of Métis ancestors; come for a few hours or a few days, leave with the gift of our traditional knowledge.

Stories of Canada - Alberta

Reawaken your senses on this breathtaking, self-driven adventure in Alberta, where you’ll explore the overwhelming beauty and distinctive culture of this vast province. In addition to meeting Indigenous Elders and storytellers, you’ll hike and picnic at glacier-fed lakes, indulge in an al fresco feast at a charming organic farm, and cast your eyes to the stars in the world’s biggest Dark Sky Preserve.

Starting Price: $11,950

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Mahkwa Lodge

Mahkwa Lodge

Hudson, Ontario Cabins
Show Listing 807-582-3443 Visit Website
Mahkwa Lodge
Revel in the pristine natural beauty of Lac Seul with its abundance of wildlife and sandy beaches. A draw for fishers around the world, enjoy exclusive access to the lake from a private boat landing to catch trophy-size Walleye and Northern Pike at the only Lodge in the South West of the lake. We have ...
cosy housekeeping cabins for 4-10 guests with all the basics, plus a screened-in porch, picnic table, charcoal BBQ and a perfect view of the lake.
Maison de la Culture Innu

Maison de la Culture Innu

Ekuanitshit, Quebec Gift Shop, Storytelling
Show Listing34, Nashipetimit 418.949.2067 Visit Website
Maison de la Culture Innu
The Maison de la culture innue is a gathering place for groups and solo travellers to discover and share the Culture and way of life of the Innu People of Ekuanitshit. Built on the traditional site of the Ekuanitshit Innu summer camp, facing out over the ocean so we can watch the whales and see ...
the beauty of the Mingan Archipelago. This is a unique place that seeks to foster inter-cultural and inter-generational exchanges; join us for an authentic experience of the traditions of the Ekuanitshit Innu. Our permanent exhibition ‘The World of the Innu of Ekuanitshit’, celebrates Innu Culture in its many forms; explore our language and way of life, learn about what life was like on the islands and on the Nitassinan (“our land” in Innu). Discover the importance of our Elders, the seasonal harvesting of salmon, berries and medicinal plants, and much more. Take a self-guided tour through the exhibit via videos, immersive installations and topographic maps. Spend time listening to our legends and discovering the Ekuanitshit Innu vision through our words. Take part in a traditional drumming workshop, hear the stories behind the drum rituals and learn some drumming basics.
Makatew Workshops

Makatew Workshops

Ottawa, Ontario Storytelling, Workshops
Show Listing107 Falldown Lane (613) 882-3302 Visit Website
Makatew Workshops
Makatew Workshops delivers hands-on or virtual creative experiences such as medicine bag, hand drum, rattle, or dream catcher workshops to corporate, government and not-for-profit groups. We also offer Indigenous dancers and Knowledge Keepers for your in-person events. Upgrade your corporate gifting with our custom-made leatherwork pieces branded with your logo! ...
Manito Ahbee Festival

Manito Ahbee Festival

Winnipeg, Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Performances, Festival
Show Listing155-472 Madison Street (204) 956-1849 Visit Website
Manito Ahbee Festival
The Manito Ahbee Festival is an annual celebration of Indigenous, Métis and Inuit Cultures in Winnipeg. For the past fifteen years, our festival has brought together performers and audiences from around the world in a unique experience which celebrates the beauty of Indigenous music, art and Traditions from Turtle Island. Over the years our festival ...
has given a powerful stage to showcase the vibrancy of Powwow dancers and singers and contemporary Indigenous, Métis and Inuit music. We also host a spectacular Indigenous Marketplace and Tradeshow for visitors to browse unique Indigenous art and artisan creations and have offered learning experiences for youth. This year to reflect our changing environment in 2020, the Manito Ahbee Festival will take a virtual form, pivoting to an online festival space that will bring Indigenous voices, art and performances into homes and communities worldwide. We welcome you, from every nation, to join the circle of our heritage. Enjoy the sights, sounds and majesty from the safety of your home until we can share our festival with you in person in 2021. Our Elders teach us that we are all related: red, black, white and yellow – we are the human medicine wheel.
Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre

Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre

Winnipeg, Manitoba Workshops
Show Listing119 Sutherland Ave (204) 942-0228 Visit Website
Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre
MICEC is a provincial, not-for-profit, charitable and educational organization that works to promote awareness and understanding of Indigenous Culture. Our designated heritage building features a large library with over 10,000 titles and over 1,000 pieces of artwork, sculptures, carvings, and archaeological artefacts that we use to enhance the learning experience. We also offer many programs ...
and services to give our Indigenous and non-Indigenous community a wonderful opportunity to learn about many different Indigenous Cultures.
Manitoulin Hotel & Conference Centre

Manitoulin Hotel & Conference Centre

Little Current, Ontario Cultural Performances, Cultural Tours, RV Parks, Table Service, Taco
Show Listing66 Meredith St (705) 368-9966 Visit Website
Manitoulin Hotel & Conference Centre
The Manitoulin Hotel & Conference Centre is a new and unique property located on the North Channel of Lake Huron on beautiful Manitoulin Island, Ontario Canada. Wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated in contemporary rooms with decor reflecting the First Nations traditions. Waterfront rooms available by request, group rates are available. Dine in the on-site ...
Wampum Restaurant and enjoy a glass-in view of the LaCloche mountain range and the breathtaking North Channel of Lake Huron. The outdoor patio and indoor dining provide stunning views of the lake and mountains allowing guests to relax and enjoy the natural scenery. Modern and private meeting rooms capable of hosting group tours, motorcoach and bus tours, business meetings, seminars, workshops, conferences, weddings and just about any type of activity.
Matsheshu Creations

Matsheshu Creations

Mashteuiatsh, Quebec Jewellery
Show Listing 418-637-2574 Visit Website
Matsheshu Creations
Matsheshu Créations is the result of thousands of hours of inspiration, reflection and creation. It is a unifying project that highlights the art and culture of Pekuakamiulnuatsh with a contemporary touch.Matsheshu Créations contributes to the influence of the culture of Pekuakamiulnuatsh and other First Nations of Canada through the marketing of unique fashion accessories and ...
the teaching of traditional craft techniques.
Maxwell Pottery

Maxwell Pottery

Mattawa, Ontario
Show Listing370 Highway 630 705 744 0543 Visit Website
Maxwell Pottery
Since 1991, the award-winning Maxwell Pottery has been producing beautiful and contemporary designs that are equal parts artistic and functional. All pieces are wheel-thrown, hand-built, pressed or slip-cast and the house-made glazes are lead-free. Our goods are sold in 180 shops across Canada and our best-known piece is the “Canoe on Lake.” Come visit our ...
showroom and we’d be delighted to share our creative process: you’ll be inspired!
Mer et Monde Écotours

Mer et Monde Écotours

Bergeronnes, Quebec Cabins, Hiking Tours, Sea Kayaking, Tenting
Show Listing20, Chemin Jalbert 418-233-2509 Visit Website
Mer et Monde Écotours
For more than 20 years, Mer et Monde Écotours has offered guided sea kayaking tours for visitors to discover the unique marine environment of the St. Lawrence Estuary, along with a range of accommodations to relax and immerse in nature. From first-time paddlers to expert kayakers, join our knowledgeable team of guides to explore the ...
waters in the world’s best place to watch whales. On a day-long tour with a healthy lunch on a small beach in Les Escoumins, see blue, fin and minke whales, belugas, seals, marine birds and much more. Watch the sunrise on an early risers’ tour and watch the marine world wake as the waters reflect the glowing colours of the dawn on the St Lawrence. Beginner paddlers can gain confidence in the sheltered waters of the Saguenay Fjord near Tadoussac with our patient guides whilst admiring the steep escarpments of the Saguenay Fjord and spotting belugas and minke whales feeding. Marvel at the shimmering phenomenon of bioluminescence and listen to whale song with a hydrophone. Join us to learn the basic techniques of SUP (stand up paddle boarding) and enjoy paddling out on calm waters. Sleep soundly in your own tent at the Anse à la Cave campground; enjoy a spot of luxury in one of our four safari tents with a view over the St Lawrence or stay in one of our cozy rustic shelters with gas fireplaces and solar powered electricity. Wonderful views and the chance to watch whales all inclusive!
Metepenagiag Heritage Park

Metepenagiag Heritage Park

Red Bank, New Brunswick Cultural Tours, Gift Shop, Heritage Sites, Teepees, Walking Tours
Show Listing2156 Micmac Road (506) 648-0093 Visit Website
Metepenagiag Heritage Park
The building is modern but the history it showcases is ancient. A walk through Metepenagiag Heritage Park takes you back “30 centuries” to the time when the Mi’kmaq First Nations lived in a thriving fishing community. Take a self-guided tour or join a Mi’kmaw guide who will take you around the park, tell you about ...
the archeological finds of villages and cemeteries and answer your questions about the recent and not so recent history of the Mi’kmaq. “We are in one of New Brunswick’s oldest continuously inhabited communities,” says Patricia Dunnett, general manager of Metepenagiag Heritage Park. “It dates back almost 3,000 years. We are an ancient Mi’kmaw community.” Visitors from around the world come to stay in a teepee on the powwow grounds, sit around the fire to hear elders tell stories, or go inside to wander through interactive displays, images and videos about archeological finds. “We have a lot of people who are specifically trying to find out about First Nations,” says Dunnett. When they do, many experience a connection to the Mi’kmaq. “A lot of the visitors that I talk to about our culture like to find a similarity to their own culture,’” says Dunnett. Sometimes those connections can be quite emotional. “I’ve made people cry, in a really good way. They’re very touched in their spirit and they are overcome with emotion. They just fall in love with this place.”
Métis Crossing

Métis Crossing

Smoky Lake, Alberta Awareness Experiences, Cultural Demonstrations, Heritage Sites, Storytelling
Show Listing17339 Victoria Trail Visit Website
Métis Crossing
Immerse yourself in the heritage and distinct Indigenous stories of the families who formed a Métis community along the historic Victoria Trail, Alberta’s first road. These Métis families ate what they grew, trapped, hunted or traded with the nearby Fort Victoria. Although work was challenging there was plenty to celebrate through music, jigs, art, and ...
community gatherings. Travel back through time at Métis Crossing, located on over 500 acres of land on the five original river lots along the North Saskatchewan River in the Victoria District, Alberta’s first major destination for Métis Cultural interpretation, education, gatherings and business development. The recently completed Cultural Gathering Centre, designed by Métis architect Tiffany Shaw-Collinge, incorporates traditional craftsmanship with modern materials to create a stunning structure that echoes the building style of fur trade era river lot homes of the mid-1800s. The Centre offers the functionality of a contemporary place to gather, learn, and share the distinct Métis story. Discover the world of the Métis people through an overview of our traditional seasonal practices on a Meet the Métis experience: tap your toes to fiddle playing and jig demonstrations; hear stories and learn our history and the importance of music, dance, celebration and traditional arts and crafts in Métis Culture. Visit www.metiscrossing.com for more information and to book today!

Stories of Canada - Alberta in Winter

Welcome to winter in Alberta, a season where locals don extra layers and enthusiastically greet the snow. During this six-day itinerary – with an option to extend an extra two nights – you’ll experience winter surrounded by the majestic Rocky Mountains. Your days will be filled with tours to frozen waterfalls, heart-pumping snowshoeing and fat biking excursions, a progressive culinary journey, and an exhilarating helicopter flight over commanding Mt. Assiniboine. In the evening, cozy up in your home away-from-home, stargaze and swap stories next to a roaring fire.

Starting Price: $8,960

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Stories of Canada - Alberta

Reawaken your senses on this breathtaking, self-driven adventure in Alberta, where you’ll explore the overwhelming beauty and distinctive culture of this vast province. In addition to meeting Indigenous Elders and storytellers, you’ll hike and picnic at glacier-fed lakes, indulge in an al fresco feast at a charming organic farm, and cast your eyes to the stars in the world’s biggest Dark Sky Preserve.

Starting Price: $11,950

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Mi'kmaq Art Experience

Mi'kmaq Art Experience

Indian Island, New Brunswick Workshops
Show Listing20 Mikmag Lane (506) 523-5783 Visit Website
Mi'kmaq Art Experience
Be part of keeping Mi’kmaq Culture alive with Ashley Sanipass’s Mi’kmaq Art Experience; a variety of DIY crafting kits which teach Mi’kmaq art and language. Each kit has simple instructions or an online video, to guide you successfully through the steps of making your art. Browse crafting supplies at the online store for beading, basket ...
making, or quill work.
Mi'kmaq Heritage Actors

Mi'kmaq Heritage Actors

Winsloe South, Prince Edward Island Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Performances
Show Listing12 Mackenzie Road (782) 377-2233 Visit Website
Mi'kmaq Heritage Actors
We are Mi’kmaq Legends, Atlantic Canada’s premier Indigenous theatre group, based in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Our company began in 2009 with the creation of a piece based on eight Mi’kmaq legends which were turned into a script by director Cathy Elliot. Since then our group has continued to grow and evolve with every new ...
show we present. We are proud to offer three distinct programs for different audiences in search of authentic Mi’kmaq Culture: Mi’kmaq Legends, Mi’kmaq Heritage Actors and Next Gen Legends. We can provide a wide range of artistic, theatrical and Cultural talent for events such as festivals, workshops, presentations, training and schools. We offer beautiful opening and closing for events including prayer, smudging ceremonies, drumming, singing and dancing. We also provide Traditional Cultural teachings on medicines, the seven sacred teachings, reconciliation and artisans in our Indigenous Community. Join us to learn Mi’kmaq songs, drumming and dances. Book time with our storytellers and learn valuable lessons from our past in a beautiful peaceful way from the stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. Our performers stage two-hour choreographed conference-level performances. We offer knowledgeable panellists for sessions with Q&As about Indigenous Culture. We shine at school presentations for any age, and inclusive theatre workshops for all who want to learn and can enhance any music or dance curriculum.
Michif Cultural Connections Company

Michif Cultural Connections Company

St. Albert, Alberta Cultural Demonstrations, Cultural Tours, Storytelling
Show Listing9 Mission Avenue (780) 944 1528 Visit Website
Michif Cultural Connections Company
Founded by the Honourable Senator Dr. Thelma J. Chalifoux to preserve, promote, protect, and celebrate Alberta’s rich Métis culture, trough leadership and education, Michif Cultural Connections provides programs, facilitates workshops, and exhibits Métis museum artifacts at the historic Juneau House in St. Albert, Alberta. Taught by Elders and Knowledge Keepers, sign up for an inspirational ...
and fun workshop with Michif Cultural Connections and learn traditional Métis crafts. From learning the intricate skills of finger weaving, how to create stunning beaded moccasins and muttluks, and jewelry workshops, to high-energy jigging classes, traditional medicine teachings and smudging workshops, you’ll find something for all ages, interests, and abilities. Discover the fascinating world of traditional Métis crafts and culture and don’t forget to visit the gift shop to browse Métis arts and crafts! Follow on Facebook and Eventbrite for class updates.
Micmac Camp

Micmac Camp

Gesgapegiag, Quebec Saltwater Fishing
Show Listing20 Main Street 418 392-6327 Visit Website
Micmac Camp
Since 1997, Micmac Camp has welcomed numerous anglers along Cascapedia River in Gaspé Peninsula. Providing accommodation in a charming Victorian farmhouse built in 1875, it is the only base camp in the area that offers Atlantic salmon fishing on the entire river and connection to the lake. Micmac Camp will appeal to nature lovers as ...
well as to seasoned anglers! A dedicated staff will welcome you to one of the most authentic and popular salmon fishing destinations in Quebec.
Micmacs of Gesgapegiag Band

Micmacs of Gesgapegiag Band

Gesgapegiag, Quebec Cultural Tours, Storytelling, Workshops
Show Listing100, boul. Perron 418 759-3441 Visit Website
Micmacs of Gesgapegiag Band
The vision for the Mi’gmaq of Gesgapegiag: A healthy, happy, capable, confident and self-sufficient Mi’gmaq people that are empowered by our history and proud of our Mi’gmaq language and culture. A Mi’gmaq people that are in control of our lives and territory, and who actively contribute to our families, to a unified community, and to ...
our Mi’gmaq Nation.
Microtel Inn & Suites Oyster Bay

Microtel Inn & Suites Oyster Bay

Ladysmith, British Columbia
Show Listing12570 Trans Canada Hwy Visit Website
Microtel Inn & Suites Oyster Bay
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Ladysmith Oyster Bay provides modern comforts and excellent service, all just a short drive from the Nanaimo Airport (YCD) and Nanaimo Ferry Terminal. All rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee-making equipment, plus mini-fridges, and desks with ergonomic chairs. Upgraded rooms include sofa-beds, kitchens, and wet ...
bars. Ideally located off the Trans-Canada Highway, the Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham makes an excellent base to explore all that Vancouver Island has to offer—from golfing and hiking to whale watching and kayaking. Guests can enjoy a complimentary daily breakfast buffet and free parking, and other amenities include a relaxed dining room, games room, and an indoor pool with a water slide and well-equipped gym. Visiting for work? Take advantage of the meeting room and business centre.
Middle Brook Cottages & Chalets

Middle Brook Cottages & Chalets

Gros Morne, Newfoundland & Labrador Cabins, Hiking Tours, Walking Tours
Show Listing1 Tableland Drive Glenburnie (709) 453-2332 Visit Website
Middle Brook Cottages & Chalets
Located right in the heart of Gros Morne National Park, Middle Brook Cottages & Chalets offer four-star accommodation with every modern convenience, including fully equipped kitchens, BBQs, and an on-site convenience store, gift shop, and laundromat. The property, owned and operated by Wilson and Joanne Goosney, features four pine-panelled cottages, two chalets and four non-efficiency ...
suites, mere steps from hiking trails, swimming areas, waterfalls, picnic areas, and all the other features of a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its geological history and scenic beauty.
Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre

Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre

Millbrook, Nova Scotia
Show Listing65 Treaty Trail (902) 843-3493 Visit Website
Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre
Discover Mi’kmaq history and Culture alongside knowledgeable interpreters at the modern and award-winning Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre in Nova Scotia. Learn about the Mi’kmaw perspective about the importance of the Bay of Fundy to the Mi’kmaq People of Se’ke’pne’katik, and the often-overlooked history of the original people’s struggle to cope with the rapid change ...
to their landscape, political structure, and lifestyle. Once you’ve posed for a selfie with our 40-foot (12m) statue of Glooscap in our courtyard, come inside and enjoy complimentary tea and coffee. Hear Mi’kmaq music and explore our open foyer with skylights and wonderful pieces of art. Settle back in our comfortable nature-themed theatre and watch an 18-minute six screen multimedia presentation which will provide an overview of Mi’kmaq history and put the rest of your tour experience in perspective. Join your interpreter on a multi-sensory tour, stimulate your mind and senses and enter our world: touch furs, porcupine quills, sweetgrass, birch bark, and traditional instruments. Listen to your interpreter as they use their wealth of knowledge on First Nation issues and Culture and share stories that relate artifacts to a way of life, cosmology and a changing relationship with European settlers.
Minaki Yurt Adentures

Minaki Yurt Adentures

Minaki, Ontario Yurts
Show ListingBox 35 Visit Website
Minaki Yurt Adentures
Just 45km north of Kenora, Ontario, Minaki Yurt Adventures has been established since 1992, and offers the ideal place to enjoy year-round adventures in the great outdoor playground of the boreal forest. Stay in a cosy yurt or tipi and spend your days exploring our 20km trail system by ski, bike or on-foot, or take ...
a boat or kayak and explore Camp Lake. The main site offers a wood-fired Sauna to help rejuvenate you, and afterwards you can cook up a pizza in the wood-fired pizza oven.
Mingan River Outfitter

Mingan River Outfitter

Mingan, Quebec Cabins, Freshwater Fishing, Wildlife Viewing
Show Listing49, rue Mista-Mehkanau 418.949.2425 Visit Website
Mingan River Outfitter
Steps away from the picturesque village of Mingan, Mingan River Outfitter welcomes you to its historic Saint Anne Lodge, located opposite side of Mingan Falls. A fishing trip with this outfitter, managed by the Ekuanitshit Group, will immerse you in innu culture. Take advantage of the nearby natural attractions, such as the Mingan Archipelago National ...
Park Reserve, endless beaches, Nitassinan Ekuanitshinnuat traditional territory and the popular sea cruises.
Moccasin Trails

Moccasin Trails

West Kelowna, British Columbia Awareness Experiences, Canoeing, Cultural Tours, Storytelling
Show Listing2091 Roseanne Court Visit Website
Moccasin Trails
Paddle down the South Thompson and Adams Rivers, following the traditional trails that the Secwepemcuu’l’ecw (Shuswap Nation) have used for countless generations on a guided adventure with a local Knowledge Keeper. “We wanted to bring people from around the world on the ancestral paths our people walked, have them taste the food we ate, sing ...
the songs we sang, hear the stories that were passed down orally from generations ago, and travel the rivers we canoed. In order to truly learn about our Culture, we felt the only way was to touch, smell, see, hear, and feel it. Our journey started hundreds of years ago but your journey will start right now with us at Moccasin Trails. To fully understand our Indigenous Culture you need to learn about our past; the many triumphs and the many struggles we have faced and encountered throughout our history. Learn our language, our food, our celebrations and ceremonies, and our stories and legends. We feel the only way to learn about our Culture is to experience it first-hand, in the moment. Our guides are also on a path of education, through Cultural tours our youth have reconnected with their ancestral ways of life. It truly is a journey where you and your guide will be learning and re-learning together… through a journey on the land. The beauty of our canoe tours is that they are always unique: different weather, animals, songs, stories, food, different sky, different spirits. It is because of all these variables that we learn together through our shared journey.”

Stories of Canada - British Columbia

BC is a place of unexpected moments – and, during this eight-night itinerary, visitors will experience many of them. Whether standing in the rainforest of Desolation Sound, watching a bear snatch salmon from the shore; cleansing the soul in an Indigenous smudging ceremony; or biting into a juicy peach at an Okanagan Valley farm, guests will be surprised and delighted by their adventures on the West Coast.

Starting Price: $13,850

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Moonstone Creations

Moonstone Creations

Calgary, Alberta Gift Shop, Jewellery
Show Listing1219 10 Ave SE Visit Website
Moonstone Creations
If you walk into the authentic Native art gallery that is Moonstone Creation, the first thing you’ll notice — aside from vast quantities of beautifully beaded items for sale — is the wonderful smoky smell of moose hide. “We use moose hide in our pouches, moccasins, business card holders, purses, custom jackets, and jewelry. Moose ...
hide is kind of, well, everywhere!” says an enthusiastic Amy Willier, who co-owns the Calgary-based gallery with her mom Yvonne Jobin, a Cree woman originally from High Prairie, Alberta. “We started our operation representing six Indigenous artists and now we feature over 50,” says Willier, adding that her artists include Peepeekisis First Nation sculptor Lloyd Pinay from Saskatchewan, who specializes in bronze sculptures, and Phil Gatensby, an elder with the Tlingit First Nation in the Yukon who carves mammoth ivory. “We’re very much about the appreciation of Native art, not the appropriation of Native art,” says Willier. Her gallery promotes traditional art in local schools and corporations and offers in-house workshops on everything from beading to fish-scale art. “When my mom was in her late 20s, she took a native clothing design class and loved it. It was like the grandmothers were working through her as they had waited for this moment,” says Willier. “Later, my mom was able to learn about hide-tanning, basket-making and other traditional arts from her elders before these skills were lost. I’ve learned everything I know from my mom.” Willier’s son Colton also provided inspiration for the gallery, which opened in 2009. “I didn’t want to have to work somewhere else and put him in daycare,” she explains of the young boy who is now making a name for himself as the world’s youngest Indigenous filmmaker (that’s another story). “Our customers have watched him grow since he was a baby in a Jolly Jumper.”
Mother Earth Essentials

Mother Earth Essentials

Edmonton, Alberta
Show Listing12316 111 Avenue NW 780-719-7857 Visit Website
Mother Earth Essentials
Try the luxurious body and beauty products from Mother Earth Essentials made with natural ingredients from traditional recipes. Choose from a wide variety of essential oils, body washes and lotions, soaps hair products, candles and tea! ...
Mountain Waters Resort

Mountain Waters Resort

Portland Creek, Newfoundland & Labrador Cabins, Hiking Tours, RV Parks, Wildlife Viewing
Show ListingNewfoundland and Labrador 430 (709) 640-8557 Visit Website
Mountain Waters Resort
Midway on the Viking Trail just north of Gros Morne National Park in a pristine setting on the Portland Creek River. The river banks served as a fishing retreat formerly operated by the famous American sports fisherman, Lee Wulff. The adventures of the American fisherman, who first established a camp on the river in the ...
mid l940s, earned the stream a reputation as a first-class salmon river. Mountain Waters Resort is a seasonal operation that operates from May 15 – October 15, weather permitting The property is located 5 KM north of the village of Portland Creek, at Portland Creek Pond, 1 KM of the Viking Trail; and, approximately 150 KM north of Deer Lake.
Mr. Bannock

Mr. Bannock

North Vancouver, British Columbia Catering, Taco
Show Listing433 West 1St Street 778-839-6742 Visit Website
Mr. Bannock
Check social media to track down Mr. Bannock, Vancouver’s first Indigenous food truck, which rolled on to the streets in January. Created by Squamish Nation chef, Paul Natrall, who says, “We take pride and joy in sharing fusion Indigenous cuisine, using traditional ingredients from the Squamish Nation such as juniper berries, smoked wild salmon and ...
meats, and traditional methods such as clay baking and stone baking.” The striking art on the food truck is done by Heiltsuk artist KC Hall, representing the traditional foods: berries, and the three sisters of squash, corn, and beans; all ingredients for Paul’s Indigenous-fusion street food. Items from Mr. Bannock’s launch menu including award-winning Indian taco, a bannock calzone, and a waffle bannock.
Musqueam Cultural Centre

Musqueam Cultural Centre

Vancouver, British Columbia
Show Listing6735 Salish Drive 604-263-3261 Visit Website
Musqueam Cultural Centre
The Gallery at the Musqueam Cultural Education Resource Centre features 1,300 square feet of space where the Musqueam people can share their perspective on history and Culture. The gallery features exhibitions highlighting historic Cultural objects and contemporary arts. Share our world through song, stories, tours and activities. Tours include the Chinese Market Gardens and the ...
special relationship between the Chinese and Musqueam.
Mystical Metis

Mystical Metis

Calgary, Alberta Gift Shop
Show Listing1235 26 Avenue Southeast (403) 836-1164 Visit Website
Mystical Metis
You can find Mystical Métis online, or at the Crossroads Market in Calgary to enter a world of high quality Indigenous-designed arts, crafts, and products. The creation of Samaria Cardinal, a proud citizen of the Métis Nation of Alberta; Samaria’s ancestry is Métis, Blackfoot and Jewish/Norwegian/Scottish, Mystical Metis is on a mission is to build ...
bridges between cultures by welcoming visitors to explore Indigenous ways through art and conversation. Samaria’s store has become a place of community and education, where visitors can receive referrals and have a safe place to shop. Besides being the owner of Mystical Metis, Samaria also works alongside Patients for Patient Safety Canada and the Mental Health Commission of Canada. A renowned public speaker and mental health advocate and campaigner, Samaria is a popular booking at events and conferences, where she speaks about her life experiences, mental health, addictions, and her perspectives on being Indigenous.
Nabisipi Outfitter - Uenapeuhipu

Nabisipi Outfitter - Uenapeuhipu

Aguanish, Quebec Freshwater Fishing, Saltwater Fishing, Wilderness Lodges
Show ListingUnnamed Road 450-544-5999 Visit Website
Nabisipi Outfitter - Uenapeuhipu
Experience the rolling waves and the eternal ebb and flow of the tides at the mouth of the Nabisipi River and the Gulf of the St. Lawrence River on Innu territory on the fishing adventure of a lifetime. Enjoy authentic Atlantic salmon fishing in the company of our seasoned and dedicated guides. Sleep soundly in ...
a fully equipped three-bedroom cottage. Sample delicious ocean-fresh dishes prepared by our chef: on the menu: lobster, snow crab, cod, shrimp, scallops, and many other delicacies.
NARWAL Northern Adventures

NARWAL Northern Adventures

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Canoeing, Cultural Demonstrations, Hiking Tours, Igloo Building, Northern Lights, RV Parks, Sea Kayaking, Storytelling, Table Service
Show Listing4702 Anderson-Thomson Visit Website
NARWAL Northern Adventures
Grab a paddle, step into a 29-foot (nine-metre) voyageur canoe and glide across Yellowknife Bay while tapping your toes to a Métis fiddler playing on board. Watch as characters pop up along the shore, re-enacting nuggets of northern history during a unique floating dinner experience. Enjoy feasts that feature moose meat on the menu, and ...
bison soup served with bannock. “It’s a multicultural, multi-art northern immersion,” says Catharine Allooloo, the owner and operator of NARWAL (Northern and Remote Wilderness Adventures Ltd.) who runs the business with two of her three children who are of Inuit ancestry. “My son, Devon, guides and harvests the game meat, and my daughter’s throat sing and teach traditional Inuit games.” Started in 1987, Yellowknife-based NARWAL has a B&B and offers year-round cultural and adventure programs that feature traditional Inuit clothing rentals, igloo-building, ice-cave adventures, northern lights viewing, hiking, fishing and one- to six-day kayak and canoe expeditions that include gourmet meals. Allooloo’s daughter Tiffany Ayalik hosts the First Nations food and cooking TV show Wild Kitchen. Many of NARWAL’s guests are families. “Their awe makes us realize what a privilege it is to live here and share Inuit culture,” says Allooloo. “I have combined my outdoor passion with my desire to give my kids the opportunity to explore, celebrate and research what it means to be a young Aboriginal person in Canada today, and to share that knowledge with others.”
Nass Valley B&B

Nass Valley B&B

New Aiyansh, British Columbia Bed & Breakfasts
Show Listing87 Sand Lake Rd 250-633-2202 Visit Website
Nass Valley B&B
Located in the beautiful Nass Valley, home of the Nisga’a Nation, our western red cedar post-and-beam duplex cabin looks out over 172 acres of Northern BC wilderness. Relax on our 1,200-ft wrap-around deck and soak up the beautiful mountain views. Our guest cabin boasts three private bedrooms with open concept living/dining/kitchen area, 27 ft. vaulted ...
ceilings, and easy access to many trails. An additional two private bedrooms with 17 ft. vaulted ceilings are available in the dining cabin.
Natakam Condos-Hotel Sur Mer

Natakam Condos-Hotel Sur Mer

Essipit, Quebec Boat Tours, Hiking Tours, Resorts, Whale Watching
Show Listing46, rue de la Réserve 418.233.2266 / 1888.868.6666 Visit Website
Natakam Condos-Hotel Sur Mer
The Natakam, an idyllic site whose Innu name means “by the shore”, is an upscale complex, perfectly suited for families. It offers 32 fully-equipped one- or two-bedroom condos, each with a living room, a sofa-bed (some have fireplaces), a kitchen and a balcony or patio with an incredible view of the St. Lawrence River and ...
its whales! A change of scenery, a place to recharge your batteries, tranquillity, comfort, a plethora of activities…We’ve combined all the ingredients you need for an unforgettable trip!
Native Renaissaince II

Native Renaissaince II

Deseronto, Ontario Art Gallery, Gift Shop
Show Listing386 Hwy 49 613-396-3255 Visit Website
Native Renaissaince II
Established over 40 years ago on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, the Native Renaissance art gallery and gift shop is 100% Indigenous owned and operated. Immerse in authentic Indigenous art from across North America and browse the prolific talents of Mohawk Nation member, Thomas B. Maracle, whose creations in stone, wood, and corn husks are prized ...
components of collections throughout the world. A stone’s throw from Prince Edward County, discover a true hidden gem in Deseronto where HWY 49 and HWY 2 meet.
Nemiah Valley Lodge

Nemiah Valley Lodge

Nemaiah Valley, British Columbia Cabins, Cultural Tours, Storytelling, Walking Tours
Show Listing8160 Nemaiah Valley Rd (778) 267-5222 Visit Website
Nemiah Valley Lodge
Nature as Created. All-inclusive stays with the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation on Tsilhqot’in Title Lands. The Lodge and its 7 cabins (each divisible into 2 units) offers meals designed by our award-winning Indigenous chef, modern accommodation in the newly renovated facilities and immersive cultural sharing with Xeni Gwet’in Elders and Knowledge Keepers, all surrounded by ...
the incredible natural beauty found here. Hikes to Cardiff Mtn, kayaking on Chilko Lake, nightly storytelling by the fire, botanical walks and hands-on opportunities to learn traditional skills like beading, and arrow making are all included. Shuttles from Williams Lake airport or floatplane direct to the Lodge can be arranged.
Nisga'a Museum

Nisga'a Museum

Laxgalts’Ap, British Columbia Museums
Show Listing810 Highway Drive 250-633-3050 Visit Website
Nisga'a Museum
With a design inspired by traditional Nisga’a longhouses, feast dishes, and canoes, the 929-square-metre museum opened in Laxgalts’ap, 150 kilometres northwest of Terrace, in the spring of 2011. The heart of the Nisga’a Museum is the Ancestors’ Collection which contains a stunning array of exquisitely carved masks, bentwood boxes, headdresses, soul catchers, and other works ...
of art acquired from Nisga’a people during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Many Nisga’a possessions were mistaken as idols and destroyed by missionaries who established themselves along the Nass River. Others were given away or sold to private individuals or museum collectors.
Nisga'a Tourism

Nisga'a Tourism

Gitlaxt'Aamiks (Formerly New Aiyansh), British Columbia Virtual Experience - WNA
Show ListingPo Box 231 2000 Lisims Drive 250-633-3000 Visit Website
Nisga'a Tourism
Take a self-guided driving tour through the traditional territory of the Nisga’a Nation in the wild beauty of the Nass Valley. See ancient lava beds stretching out like a lunar landscape, splash under fast-flowing waterfalls, take a dip in natural hot springs and spot petrified trees and the drowned forest. Visit our modern museum and ...
explore more than 300 Cultural artifacts and treasures. Drive to the ‘place of skulls’ at Ging-olx to kayak and fish, see the Bears Den totem pole at Gitwinksihlkw, the ‘place of lizards.’
Nitinat Wilderness Charters

Nitinat Wilderness Charters

Vancouver Island, British Columbia Bed & Breakfasts, Boat Tours, Cabins
Show ListingNitinaht Lake 250-745-3509 Visit Website
Nitinat Wilderness Charters
For more than 45 years, the family-owned-and-run business of Nitinaht Wilderness Charters has been creating memorable experiences at the mid-way point of the famous West Coast Trail for guests from around the world. From accommodations, to sight-seeing tours and water taxi services, discover the beauty of Nitinaht Lake on the West Coast of Vancouver Island ...
with the people who know it best. Enjoy the luxury of a night in a heated cabin in the heart of the West Coast Trail on the South Side of the Nitinaht Narrows, or take a break from the trail and make new friends renting a room in the newly built accommodation in the Community of Nitinaht Village. Throughout the West Coast Trail season (May-September) hop on board the Wilderness Charter’s water taxi for a scenic 35-minute boat trip between the trail and Nitinaht Village. Take time out for a guided sight-seeing tour to see the natural beauty of this B.C. treasure.
Nk'Mip Cellars

Nk'Mip Cellars

Osoyoos, British Columbia RV Parks, Serves Alcohol, Wineries
Show Listing1400 Rancher Creek Road 250 495 2985 Visit Website
Nk'Mip Cellars
“The land brings simple pleasures to life. At Nk’Mip Cellars, we are the dedicated guardians of a proud legacy. As the first Indigenous-owned winery in North America, we feel inspired to express our Culture in everything we do. Our winery is a bold and respectful celebration of our storied past and dynamic present and a ...
strong reflection of our commitment to authenticity. Join us to discover, not only the international award-winning wines we produce, but also the indomitable spirit and remarkable history that inspires them. The centuries-old home of the Osoyoos Indian Reserve is 32,000 acres of Sonoran Desert landscape. Surrounded by time-weathered mountains and dotted by magnificent mirrored lakes, it reaches from Vernon to Tonasket and from Rock Creek to Princeton, with settlements including Osoyoos, Keremeos, Penticton and Kelowna owing their names to the Indigenous language. Here in the hottest and driest part of Canada, over 500 Osoyoos Band members secure and share a legacy of hard work and a passionate respect for nature. The word Nk’Mip translates to “Bottomland” in English, being located at the southern end of the Osoyoos reservation. Today, the Nk’Mip Cellars are one of many business, health, social, educational and municipal initiatives that have earned the Band financial independence and high employment.”
Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre

Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre

Osoyoos, British Columbia
Show Listing1000 Rancher Creek Road (250) 495 -7912 Visit Website
Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre
The spectacular Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre (pronounced in-ka-meep) is a state-of-the-art interpretive centre sensitively constructed into a hillside. Extensive indoor and outdoor exhibit galleries create a fun, interactive learning environment with hands-on displays, education stations and two multi-media theatre experiences. Learn about our lands, our legends and our people. Smell the wild sage along our ...
network of walking trails. Visit a reconstructed village in Canada’s only desert and explore the rich living culture of the Osoyoos Indian Band.
Nk'Mip RV Park

Nk'Mip RV Park

Osoyoos, British Columbia RV Parks
Show Listing8000 - 45Th St Visit Website
Nk'Mip RV Park
Come and feel the real warmth of the South Okanagan! With more lakefront and beach access sites than any other park, we’re perfectly situated on the shores of Osoyoos Lake at the edge of the Sonora Desert, tucked between lush working vineyards. Explore this legendary area’s world-class outdoors, wineries, family attractions and Cultural experiences surrounding ...
an RV park that feels more like a full-service resort.
North of 60 Aurora Adventures

North of 60 Aurora Adventures

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Dog Sledding, Northern Lights
Show ListingHighway 3 KM 324 (867) 445-7430 Visit Website
North of 60 Aurora Adventures
Located just outside Yellowknife, North of 60 Aurora Adventures offer tours such as lakeside aurora viewing, dog sledding, snowmobile rides, ice fishing, and more. Their heated 15-passenger bus offers a comfortable way to enjoy the North’s great light show, while those interested in a more rugged experience can view the Aurora Borealis from a racing ...
dog sled or snuggled up in a secluded camp while enjoying hot tea and bannock. The bus is also available for weddings, graduations, and other special occasions.
North Valley Huts

North Valley Huts

Retallack, British Columbia Cabins, Hiking Tours
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North Valley Huts
Get off-grid in a cozy cabin and enjoy year-round, low-impact responsible backcountry recreation north of the Slocan Valley in the lightly visited Kootenays. Discover the high rugged mountains of this B.C. gem on a backcountry skiing, hiking or mountain biking adventure, soak in nearby hot springs, and gain a new appreciation of the beauty of ...
this region. Choose from three cabins, conveniently near HWY 31A but offering a backcountry experience, which accommodate between 2­-6 guests, with solar power, and wood fire heat. Summer brings the chance to swim and fish at local lakes, enjoy hikes and biking on the nearby K&S Railway and Old Cedars Trail, and challenging scrambles and mountain hikes at Mount Brennan and the Whitewater Creek Trail. Winter blankets the region in snow and makes the perfect spot for ice fishing and skating, x-country skiing and snowshoeing, and thrilling downhill runs with a late season running till the end of May at Mount Brennan.
Northern Lights Dog Sledding

Northern Lights Dog Sledding

Goose Bay, Newfoundland & Labrador Dog Sledding
Show ListingGoose Bay (709) 899-0723 Visit Website
Northern Lights Dog Sledding
Scott and Lori Hudson bring more than 20 years of dog-sledding experience to their tour business. Sledding with Labrador Huskies was a tradition in the Metis community where Scott grew up, and together the couple has built a team of happy, healthy dogs. They offer a variety of tours that celebrate both the majestic landscape ...
of Labrador and the Inuit-Metis Culture. Tours range from 90-minute introductory runs to the two-night “Ole Smoker” overnight camping excursion, and include hands-on training and an introduction to dog-sledding culture.
Nunatsiavut Government

Nunatsiavut Government

Happy Valley Goose Bay, Newfoundland & Labrador Cultural Tours, Gift Shop, Hiking Tours, Wildlife Viewing