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

 

safety boats,
support boats & moorage

ATTENTION SAFETY AND SUPPORT BOAT SKIPPERS...
The Marina at the Nanaimo Port Authorityadjacent to the landing site, is now accepting reservations from registered canoe families.  A non-refundable holding charge of $15.75CN guarantees a moorage spot. All Tribal Journeys safety and support vessels must display an "Official Tribal Journeys 2020 Flag" upon check in.
 
When making your reservation, please identify yourself as a member of the Tribal Journeys fleet. 
 
For reservations, please contact PATRICK BELANGER, Marina Manager at 250-753-4146 or via email at pblanger@npa.ca 
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Registered Canoes can receive their support boat flags at regional meetings beginning in December in Lummi. 

The following information contains links to webpages for moorage on the route to Snuneymuxw. Please use these links as a starting point in your route planning. 

Nanaimo Moorage

Duncan/Cowichan Moorage

Sidney/Saanich

Esquimalt/Victoria Moorage

Nanaimo Marine Gas

Duncan/Cowichan Marine Gas

Sidney/Saanich Marine Gas

Esquimalt/Victoria Marine Gas

See the above fuel docks for Sidney/Saanich