The 2018 Wild Salmon Caravan arrives at Neskonlith in preparation for salmon honouring events including a festive parade through Chase on Saturday. Visit wildsalmoncaravan.ca for more details.
On September 27, 2018, local school children join the Wild Salmon Caravan parade through the streets of Merritt. The Caravan spent two days in Nlaka’pamux hosted by the Lower Nicola Indian Band, honouring wild salmon and discussing how to protect them. Photos: Murray Bush
The Wild Salmon Caravan travelled to Chilliwack Monday to visit with local school kids and Stó:lō Peoples for a feast and songs, dances and stories of water and wild salmon. Visit: Wild Salmon Caravan Photos: Murray Bush
2018 Wild Salmon Caravan welcomed to Xwísten
Caravaners were welcomed last night with a wild salmon feast and bear dance to Xwísten (Bridge River Indian Band) outside Lillooet. Today (Sep 25th, 2018) is a public community forum ‘Lets Talk About Salmon & Water.’
On September 22nd, 2018 the rain stopped just in time for the most colourful and festive Wild Salmon Caravan Parade yet! Hundreds took to the streets of downtown Vancouver in regalia and using the theme of Water People/Mermaids to honour wild salmon and launch this year’s Wild Salmon Caravan. Photos: Murray Bush
Hundreds were on hand at a waterside ceremony led by Indigenous elders yesterday to welcome salmon home and launch the 2018 Wild Salmon Caravan. A feast and performances followed. Follow this link for the full Caravan itinerary. Photos: Murray Bush
All proceeds from the raffle will go towards food for feasts, logistics and programming for the 2018 Wild Salmon Caravan – coming soon to a community near you!
Tickets are only $40 each, payable via e-transfer to email@example.com, or by cheque or money order made out to: Wild Salmon Caravan, co/ 555 East 55th Ave., Vancouver V5X 1N6
Join us and make drums as well as headbands and paper fish that you can wear for a Salmon Dance.
Saturday, September 15
Skwah First Nation Community Hall: 625 Wellington Ave, Chilliwack
Arts Build 11am – 2pm
Join the Right To Food Zine Family and make a salmon hat you can wear in the upcoming Wild Salmon Caravan September 22nd – 29th
Wednesday, September 12
Enjoy a Free Community Meal @
DTES Neighbourhood House 573 e. Hastings
Unceded Coast Salish Land & Waters
Dinner served at 5-6pm
Arts Build 6-9pm
All materials provided. Spots are limited so arrive early to register/reserve your spot.
This Saturday is the International Day of Action. Come out and join us for some postering to support the Wild Salmon Caravan and to draw attention to issues that impact wild salmon populations.
We will meet at the Roundhouse Community Center and make our way up to the Vancouver Art Gallery to attend the Rise for Climate rally and march.
Lets show our commitment to the protection of wild salmon and come together as a community to demand climate justice and celebrate the court win against the Kinder Morgan pipeline.