Tribal Journey Canoe Families will be hosted in a new campsite located just minutes from the landing in Tla'amin. Full services will be up and running for July 26th. For those wishing to set up before the soft landing at Willingdon Beach, the site will be open (washrooms only) on July 24th,  remaining open until August 3rd.

Showers, washrooms and hospitality tent (breakfast service) will be located on site.

Shuttles to Protocol and Dinner, will run from the campground July 27th through August 1st, beginning at 9:00am with the last return shuttle departing at midnight. It is an approximately 15 minute ride to the protocol/dinner site.

Cultural Bathing Shuttles will depart daily from July 27th: Women - 6:30am, Men: 7:00am

Resources for Canoe Families
Tribal Journeys Handbook
Awaken the Canoes - Safety Training
Klahoose First Nation
All Nations Paddles Up
Informational Site
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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