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Indigenous culture of British Columbia

Celebrating National Indigenous History Month

Residents and visitors across British Columbia celebrate the national indigenous history throughout the entire month of June. Known as Indigenous History Month, this celebration pays tribute to the ethnic groups that constitute many colorful, diverse traditional cultures of Canada. If you happen to be a guest spending vacation in BC, you should visit their heritage sites and acknowledge their simple yet remarkable way of living. This way, you...

Showing Appreciation for Mother Earth

In these modern times, we only get to remember Mother Earth each time people across the globe celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd annually. For indigenous folks, however, each day is a brand new day to show gratitude toward Mother Nature. To honor Mother Earth is to forge a spiritual connection with her and reflect upon the reality that we wouldn't be here still alive and breathing if it wasn't for the natural gifts she shared with us. In addition...

Places to Visit in British Columbia

Diverse climate, immaculate national parks, cedar or pine-filled forests, and traditional plant foods are among the prized assets of British Columbia. Its naturally fascinating and culturally diverse regions provide visitors an exceptional opportunity to catch a glimpse of aboriginal culture in each locale. Browse through each entry in the following list of the top locations to drop over before deciding to spend your holiday in BC. 1....

Our Connection with the World

Traveling to a different place - locally or outside the country - is more than just meeting new people, gaining friends along the way, getting accustomed to indigenous cultures abroad, and generally going through a momentarily joyful holiday. An excursion is more than just that. One of the beauties of holiday trips is the establishment of ethnic and spiritual connections with the neighboring natural landscape and its life forms. British...