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historical photo of canoes


A Deep Connection to Our Lands & Waters

For thousands of years, coastal First Nations have relied on the region’s abundant fish species, including halibut, salmon, herring, crab, roe-on-kelp and other traditional foods. Much more than a food source, these species are at the root of our identity and culture, passed down through countless generations in ceremonies, stories, songs and traditions. As with our ancestors, the stories we share today weave a vibrant fabric that highlights our deep connection to the lands, waters, and each other.

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