Posts Tagged ‘First Nations’
Rituals at the vernal equinox honour centuries-old indigenous practices.
Shuswap tree-cutting ceremony is a fascinating once-in-a-generation event.
Story by Jacquie D. Durand Vacay.ca Writer MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA — Driving along the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1 in Southern Alberta), approaching Medicine Hat, I was inherently awed by the sight of a large white framewo...
Nation’s capital and Quebec’s big city are celebrating milestone anniversaries in style.
The Royal couple will discover a wealth of First Nations culture on the west coast.
Vacay.ca's Jacquie D. Durand discovers one of Saskatchewan's prized gems.
Rouge Park in the east and Indian Line in the west provide ideal locales for a staycation.
Canada’s beloved west-coast property is a delight at any season.
Tofino’s laid-back neighbour offers plenty of wild West Coast adventure, Mark Sissons discovers.
Why the Whitehorse-Carcross-Tagish loops is one of the world's best summer road-trip routes.