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Indigenous Cuisine is Coming to a Restaurant Near You

Have you ever had Indigenous cuisine from Canada?  Check out this great article by Canadian Press journalist Alexsandra Sagan highlighting the growth in restaurants, eateries and food trucks featuring traditional and culturally-relevant food from Canada’s First Peoples (commonly referred to as “nat…

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Victoria BC Wins Award for Bike Lane Initiative

In the past, we have written about the amazing networks of pedestrian and cycling paths in Canadian cities like Calgary, Alberta.  Now, the island city of Victoria, British Columbia has been recognized by the province for its commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions via a downtown bike lane …

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June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day

Communities across Canada are gearing up to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day.  On June 21st, Canadians can celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples from coast to coast to coast.

According to the Government o…

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Visit Winnipeg to Celebrate Manitoba’s Indigenous Cultures in May

May is a great month to visit Winnipeg, home to over 700,000 people and the capital of the province of Manitoba.  This dynamic city is close to the geographic centre of North America and easily reachable from any major airport worldwide.

Manitoba has a rich First Nations (the Canadian name for N…

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EcoTactix Launches the Lillooet Mug Shot Campaign

LILLOOET, BC—July 19, 2016—Curtis Cook is passionate about Lillooet and wants the world to know it.  To show his support for the Lillooet area, Curtis Cook, President of the economic development consulting firm, EcoTactix, has launched a community promotion campaign called “Lillooet Mug Shot.”…

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New 40-Unit Hotel Planned for Lillooet Area

New investment from the Seton Lake Band and Tsalalh Development Corporation (TDC) is leading to the construction of a 40-unit hotel in Seton Portage.  The new project will take advantage of an existing development site rather than take over unspoiled nature in one of the most beautiful parts of the …

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Brandon - Lieutenant Governor's Winter Festival

Check out Brandon’s 10th annual Lieutenant Governor’s Winter Festival, the year’s most diverse and exciting celebration of Brandon’s cultural mosaic.  The free, family-friendly festival runs from January 31 to February 2. There will be 13 cultural pavilions at community venues across the City. Explo…

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