Getting Here...
Getting to Vancovuer Island:
Coho - Victoria/Port Angles
Clipper - Seattle/Victoria (Passenger Only)
Washington State Ferry - Sidney/Anacortes
BC Ferry - Tsawwassen/Victoria
Getting to Powell River/Tla'amin Nation
Powell River is a remote community on the Northern Sunshine Coast. Its populous areas are near the eastern shores of the Salish Sea, which is part of the larger Georgia Strait between the Mainland and Vancouver Island. The geographical surroundings of the area are the reason why the community has remained remote, despite its proximity to Vancouver. The region is still heavily dominated by the lush, beautiful nature of the West Coast. 
From K'omoks, take the BC Ferry which departs from the Little River. terminal You will arrive into Powell River. The ferry runs frequently, but be sure to check the BC Ferries website for service notices or changes to the schedule.  Reservations can be made prior to departure. The journey is 17 nautical miles and takes approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.

BC Ferries – Sunshine Coast routes

Pacific Coastal Airlines – flights from Vancouver to Powell River

Powell River Taxi

Harbour Air – Seaplane service Vancouver & Victoria areas to Powell River

Kenmore Air – Seaplane service from Seattle to Powell River

 
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.

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