by Erin Harlow, Youth Contributor

The L’istit’kuk to Keji project group photo. (Back L-R) Josh Goucher, Stevie Meuse, Chris Harlow and William (Bub) Harlow. (Front L-R) Carol-Ann Potter, and Cindy Bowers.

The L’istit’kuk to Keji project group photo. (Back L-R) Josh Goucher, Stevie Meuse, Chris Harlow and William (Bub) Harlow. (Front L-R) Carol-Ann Potter, and Cindy Bowers.

It is with great pleasure to announce the Bear River to Kejimkujik canoe trip, where many years ago our ancestors used this route to travel by canoe and foot from Bear River to Kejimkujik for the purpose of hunting and fishing. Much work has been put into this project with clearing out existing trails to the lakes and streams to make this experience happen. Community members gathered on June 3rd to launch a back-country canoe trip that will bring them closer with the land, each other, their ancestors and never-for ...

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