Tribal Journeys 2014

First Nations paddlers (passed through Cape Mudge and Campbell River Indian Band territory July 1 and 2 on their way to Quatuwas 2014 Tribal Journeys to Bella Bella.

Canoes from communities around the Salish Sea, including Washington, are making the epic journey up the Inside Passage to the Central Coast. For over 20 years the Tribal Journeys have transformed thousands of First Nations youth, helping them to reconnect to their culture and heritage and strenghtening their confidence as contemporary First Nation people with a longstanding history.

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