Can traditional techniques protect against an uncertain future?
With her new tour company, Teri-Lee Isaac offers an Indigenous perspective on an historic site.
Akwesasne, which straddles the U.S.-Canada border, welcomes tourists with cultural offerings
As it turns 150, Yellowstone National Park shifts its attention to the area’s Indigenous people.
Buffalo helped build the Métis Nation until European settlers hunted them to their near-extinction. Today, their reintroduction symbolizes Métis resilience in a country still addressing the wrongs inflicted on its Indigenous people.
Alberta is home to many different Indigenous cultures, including 45 First Nations and over 85,000 Métis, all with their own unique history, culture, and traditions, making it a good place to get a taste of the range of Indigenous tourism in Canada.
The Okanagan is Canada's more laid-back, younger wine country
The types of tours offered by Urie and other Indigenous operators around Canada satisfy much of what travelers seek today: that deeper connection to place and underheard perspectives.