Indigenous Voices: Nova Scotia & New Brunswick, Canada

Ojibwe-Anishinaabe photographer Nadya Kwandibens from Northern Ontario ventures to Canada’s Atlantic provinces to meet and learn from the Indigenous peoples who call these regions home. What she finds is that “the communities here on the East Coast are very welcoming. They want to share their story.”

Learning about people, cultures, and traditions is at the heart of every traveler’s purpose. Canada provides an opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture and stories of diverse Indigenous peoples, to learn of their relationship to the land and their history through seasons and generations, and to connect with both their past and their vibrant future.

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