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Everything is Connected – Tofino Footprints: Crafting Legacy

In episode two of the Tofino Footprints video series, Crafting Legacy, we experience the peaceful synergy of how everything in Tofino is connected – even the ancient essence of cedar wood – when a local craftsman and a mixologist have something surprising in common.

For thousands of years, BC’s coastal First Nations have regarded Western Red Cedar as the "tree of life.” Not only is this distinctive, nourishing tree a vital part of the health and ecology of our rainforests and salmon streams, it was (and still is) the foundation of First Nations culture and art – from canoes and longhouses, to majestic totem poles.

Crafting Legacy takes you on a journey with some talented, trailblazing neighbours who share a passion for cedar artistry.

Posted on Thursday, February 2nd, 2017
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Holidays - The Tofino Way

It's the festive season in Tofino, so slip on your gumboots and some raingear!  While there's a warm, fuzzy place in our collective Canadian memory for a snowy winter, we're sharing the coastal version of how the holidays are celebrated on the far left coast.

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7 Things To Do Now In Tofino

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Take a break from riding the waves off British Columbia’s ‘Tough City’ and experience artwork, a beach resort, strong coffee, small-batch beers, locally sourced food and souvenir shopping.

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