Power of Indigenous Tourism Video Series

Tundra North Tours

Our Power of Indigenous Tourism video series has been created in partnership with Destination Canada and True Calling Canada to highlight the exceptional and authentic Indigenous tourism experiences available in Canada!

We Have a Story to Tell

There are many social and economic benefits that are created through Indigenous tourism. First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people from across Canada share stories that highlight how tourism has allowed them to grow, adapt, and evolve to engage with visitors.

Huron Wendat Nation

The Huron Wendat Nation has many stories to tell. Since opening the Huron-Wendat Museum and Ekionkiestha’ longhouse in Wendake, Quebec they host visitors from all over the world and are able to share those stories in an authentic and meaningful way.

Mi’kmaq Artist Alan Syliboy

Artist Alan Syliboy of the Millbrook First Nation in Nova Scotia has spent his life researching traditional Mi’kmaq art and design, and deciphering it into the visual designs of his own work.

Mahikan Trails

Brenda Holder is the owner/operator of Mahikan Trails and a member of the Aseniwuche Winewak Nation in Alberta, Canada. Brenda shares her knowledge as a traditional guide reconnecting people to nature and Indigenous culture.

The Power of the North

Meet Indigenous tourism operators from Northern Canada who have incredible experiences to share, and welcome guests from around the world to share in their unique culture, history and the beauty of the North.

Tundra North Tours

Kylik Kisoun Taylor is the owner of Tundra North Tours in Inuvik, NT. Kylik is passionate about sharing his culture and connection to the land with his guests, and hopes to inspire local youth to become cultural ambassadors too!

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