Canoe Journey Journal

Coverage of the annual gathering of canoe cultures

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A cultural renaissance with economic, environmental, political and social implications

June 20th, 2011 at Mon, 20th, 2011 at 3:30 pm by rwalker

Canoe skippers gathered at Samish Indian Nation’s Fidalgo Bay Resort to confirm routes and arrival dates for the 2011 Canoe Journey.

The ensuing conversation, involving 80 Northwest Coast leaders and canoe skippers, was a reminder of what the journey has become: a cultural renaissance with economic, environmental, political and social implications.

Read more in this story by Richard Walker.

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