Mount Robson, BC Rocky Mountains


The peak of Mount Robson is the highest in the Canadian Rockies, towering 12,972 feet (3,954 metres) over the western entrance to Mount Robson Provincial Park. Before the discovery of Mount Waddington on the central coast in 1925, Mount Robson held the distinction of being the tallest mountain in British Columbia. Mount Robson Park is the second oldest park in British Columbia, having celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2013. Located in east central British Columbia, just west of the British Columbia/Alberta border, the park contains the headwaters of the […]

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Ninstints Village Totem Pole, Haida Gwaii


Ninstints is the English name for SG̱ang Gwaay Llanagaay (Red Cod Island Village), a village site of the Haida Nation and part of the Gwaii Haanas National Park and Haida Heritage Site in Haida Gwaii on the North Coast of British Columbia, Canada. Ninstints village site is a World Heritage Site, and a National Historic Site of Canada.

Ninstints today features the largest collection of Haida totem poles in their original locations, many celebrated as great works of art. In Haida tradition, they are being allowed to succumb to the […]

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Kwagiulth Mask by Randy Bell


A fabulous variety of traditional Aboriginal masks, carving and sculptures, or more modern-influenced paintings and jewellery, are on display and for sale at the various Aboriginal owned and operated art galleries and gift shops located throughout British Columbia. Immerse yourself in the living traditions of British Columbia’s First Nations, and experience authentic music and dance, food, arts, stories and fascinating cultural artifacts.

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