BC Ferries 

RESERVE NOW

To get to Tla'amin, you will need to catch the BC Ferry from Little River (K'omoks) to Powell River ((Westview).

 This is a VERY VERY VERY busy ferry route - without a reservation you may not make the sailing.

A BC Ferry reservation on this route is $10.00 each way with a minimum of 7days advanced purchase or
$17.00 each way with 7 days or less notice. It can be make 
on-line well in advance of your travel date. There are limited number of reservations available for each sailing.

MAKE A FERRY RESERVATION NOW

The SOFT LANDING is at Willingdon Beach, in Powell River, on July 26th.

The CANOE LANDING is at 9:00am on JULY 27th.

Even catching the earliest sailing on the 27th, you may not arrive in Tla'amin in time.

The ferry schedule is as follow:

COMOX (LITTLE RIVER) to POWELL RIVER (WESTVIEW)

6:15am

9:55am

3:25pm

7:10pm

POWELL RIVER (WESTVIEW) TO COMOX (LITTLE RIVER)

8:05 AM

11:50AM

5:15PM

8:45PM

We are requesting that all canoe families leave their canoe trailers in Little River (K'omoks). This will help ensure the most vehicles can be accommodated on the ferry.  Support and Safety Boats will tow canoes from Tla'amin back to Little River (K'omoks) at the end of the Journey. For the average trailer, this will be a

savings of approximately $450.00! 

The $10.00 reservation fee is all that you will pay for in advance of your travel day. 

Vehicle and passenger fares will be collected at the terminal. 

BC Ferries accepts VISA, Mastercard, American Express.

BC FERRIES RESERVATION LINK

Resources for Canoe Families
Tribal Journeys Handbook
Awaken the Canoes - Safety Training
Klahoose First Nation
All Nations Paddles Up
Informational Site
Nakani 
Indigenous Revival
Tla'amin Nation

The Tla'amin Nation (formerly known as the Sliammon First Nation) is located on British Columbia's Sunshine Coast, just north of Powell River. 

Our people have inhabited this region for thousands of years living in harmony with the land. We look forward to welcoming you in the summer of 2021 for the Annual Tribal Journeys celebration.

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