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IMPORTANT NOTICE

The NOVEL CORONAVIRUS and TRIBAL JOURNEYS 2020 PADDLE TO SNUNEYMUXW

The recent activity connected to the novel coronavirus is alarming and although we are cautious of any potential threat,  plans for Tribal Journeys 2020 Paddle to Snuneymuxw continue to progress. While the risk remains low to the public in British Columbia, the First Nations Healthy Authority is working with provincial agencies to actively monitor the situation. Protocols are in place to screen for infections and the Public Health Agency of Canada stresses that our public health system is well positioned to identify and manage the situation.

 

To help ensure the spread of the novel coronavirus is kept to a minimum, please take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be mindful of your own health and wellness, wash hands frequently and should you become symptomatic,  self-quarantine and contact your healthcare professional.

 

Safety continues to be our top priority and as we prepare for your arrival, we will make any necessary adjustments as required. There remains uncertainty as to whether the virus will dissipate in the warmer days ahead, or whether it will continue to persist. In either case, we will proceed accordingly. 

 

This notification will be updated as necessary. 

 

We look forward to hosting you this summer.

 

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DEADLINE FOR CANOE REGISTRATION IS MAY 31, 2020

Download and complete your registration package here

Landing Day July 27, 2020
Protocol July 27-Aug 1, 2020

CANCELLATIONS
VOLUNTEER MEETING AT NANAIMO LIBRARY MARCH 19th is CANCELLED
NISQUALLY CANOE FAMILY MEETING SCHEDULED FOR MARCH 21st is CANCELLED
COMMUNITY DINNER at SNUNEYMUXW FIRST NATION MARCH 27th is CANCELLED
TSESHAHT/PORT ALBERNI REGIONAL CANOE MEETING MARCH 28th is CANCELLED 

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Tribal Journeys is a Proudly Drug and Alcohol Free Event

Snuneymuxw First Nation

Tribal Journeys 2020 is being hosted by the Snuneymuxw First Nation, a Coast Salish Nation located on Vancouver Island. 

Canoe family RESOURCES

Awaken the Canoes 

Safety Training Weekend - Klahoose First Nation

All Nations Paddles Up
Safety & Canoe Information Website

Tribal Journeys Handbook
Philip Red Eagle

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CONTACT
 

Co-Chairs:

Emmy Manson

Regan Seward

Director
Jodi Simkin