Providing authentic Indigenous experiences in the Greater Saint John area to help foster an understanding of Indigenous culture through storytelling.
This September and October, we are exited to partner with #ExploreNB and Wasted Day Brewing to be in Uptown Saint John. We will be just steps from cruise ship berths, amazing restaurants, and harbour passage, where we will be offering our Indigenous Storytelling Walk. For most of September we will be in the Container Village offering tours and Indigenous products, and in October we will be at Wasted Day Brewing on cruise ship days offering the same.
We are pleased to continue offering programs with Go Fundy Events and the Fundy Trail parkway, and you can reach out for any group bookings.
Check out our online booking for availability.
Indigenous influence in the Saint John area is largely overlooked. Prior to the establishment of Canada’s oldest incorporated city, a flourishing culture already existed, the Wolastoqiyik.
When Samuel-de-Champlain first arrived in the Saint John harbor he was met by the Indigenous inhabitants of the village of Ouigoudy that called the Wolastoq river their home.
The Mi’kmaq people of the Atlantic provinces of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland flourished in the land Mi’kma’ki. From their winter hunting grounds inland to the summer shores and even into the ocean, they built a Nation by living in balance with nature. Explore how this balance may have looked and why it is a desirable goal to achieve today.
We want to make it easy for you to book your clients on one of our experiences, or we can customize one for your group of 10 or more people.
Dave will share moments and learnings of his journey as he reclaims his culture.
Dave Smith, General Manager & Storyteller
Dave has 20+ years of experience in customer service. He is passionate about regenerative ecology and reclaiming his culture through learning and sharing with you on one of our experiences.
Gail Bremner, Business Development
For over 25 years, Gail Bremner has been a prominent figure in Atlantic Canada’s tourism industry. She is well known and respected regionally, nationally, and internationally.