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Fairmont Waterfront and Talaysay Tours Indigenous Experience in Vancouver

Explore beautiful locations in and near Vancouver with a local indigenous guide and cultural ambassador. Along the path, guides point out local plants that were harvested by Skwxu7mesh Uxwumixw First Nations people. Talking Trees shares the stories of people, the land and the harmonious ways of living.

LEAP! Learning Tools: An interview with Candace Campo (Talaysay Tours)

This video is part of the curriculum of LEAP!, an eight week accelerator program for brand new start-up social entrepreneurs in rural B.C. LEAP! (Local Entrepreneurship Accelerator Program) is delivered by SFU Community Economic Development in partnership with local organizations. To find our more about LEAP! email ced_info@sfu.ca.

Candace Campo, Talaysay Tours - Eco-Tourism Guide and PowHERhouse Peep Profile

In the first of a series of PowHERhouse.com videos, Candace Campo is interviewed by PowHERhouse founder, Charlene SanJenko, regarding the impact she is currently looking to make which marries eco-tourism with community-building, coordination and collaboration.

RavenSPEAK: Amplified - Candace Campo

City on the Edge of Nature

Vancouver exists in the heart of nature, surrounded by towering mountains, lush rainforest, and the Salish Sea.

Vancouver, British Columbia—on the Edge of Nature

Vancouver exists in the heart of nature, surrounded by towering mountains, lush rainforest, and the Salish Sea.

A First Nations Tour You'll Never Forget

We tag along on an interpretive guided walking tour of Porpoise Bay Provincial Park in Sechelt to learn about the region from the local First Nations perspective.

Coast Salish Welcome Song

On a recent Forest Walk through Stanley Park, Vancouver blogger Miss604 was treated to a traditional Coast Salish Welcome Song performed by Chief Ian Campbell of the Squamish Nation. These songs are an integral part of Canadian Aboriginal culture, and are still performed today for visitors who come to BC seeking an Aboriginal cultural tourism experience.

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