Posts Tagged ‘First Nations’
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5 Aboriginal restaurants in BC to savour

Chef Rich Francis is among the culinary artists redefining Aboriginal cuisine.



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Authenticity found with indigenous tours

Aboriginal Tourism BC's new campaign focuses on people and culture.


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Buffy Sainte-Marie is a road warrior

Folk musician talks about her history, culture and artistic influence.



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For aboriginals, spring is spiritual

Rituals at the vernal equinox honour centuries-old indigenous practices.



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First Nation in BC revives tree ceremony

Shuswap tree-cutting ceremony is a fascinating once-in-a-generation event.



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Witness the world’s tallest tepee

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...


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20 Best Places to Visit in Canada for 2017: Ottawa and Montreal Share Top Spot

Nation’s capital and Quebec’s big city are celebrating milestone anniversaries in style.



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Aboriginal BC finds for Will and Kate

The Royal couple will discover a wealth of First Nations culture on the west coast.



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Finding peace at Wanuskewin Park

Vacay.ca's Jacquie D. Durand discovers one of Saskatchewan's prized gems.


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Where to enjoy urban camping in Toronto

Rouge Park in the east and Indian Line in the west provide ideal locales for a staycation.





 
Top 50 Restaurants in Canada
 
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  • Lynn Crawford and Lora Kirk
 



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