Everyone is invited to the first Annual Aboriginal Day Celebration and Slahal Tournament at the Cheam Fishing Village in Cheam First Nation on Friday June 19th to Sunday June 21st.
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They may be a little bit late, but make no mistake, the salmon are coming.
Sockeye by the millions are currently on the way through the Johnstone Strait into the Strait of Georgia and into the mouth of the Fraser River.
Some smaller runs have already arrived in the river, but recreational anglers, First Nations fishers and commercial harvesters are watching closely for what could be the largest run of this iconic species of salmon in many years.
“Everyone is buzzing in anticipation of the salmon,” says Cheam fisherman Darwin Douglas. “Last year was a very poor year and this has been the top since 2010, the last big run.”
The Cheam Fishing Village is excited for the Sto:lo Business Match on October 28th and 29th at the Ramada Inn in Abbotsford, BC. Cheam First Nation will be participating to grow and explore current and potential business opportunities.
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On the north side of the Fraser River, a small crowd gathered to celebrate the beginning of a new venture. The Cheam First Nation band is opening their arms wide to visitors in their territory — pushing aside past conflicts and animosity with other fishing groups — by opening the Cheam Fishing Village.
Everyone will be welcome. Everyone can stay and feel at home, said Ernie Victor.
The campground at the Cheam Fishing Village offers 45 campsites by the majestic Fraser River. Offering riverfront campsites, firepits, picnic tables, boat launch, riverside trails and day parking. You are welcome to the Cheam First Nation territory on Pilalt tribal grounds to share in the beauty and abundance of the Fraser River. The Cheam fisherman have 10,000 years of experience on the Fraser River - known to Cheam people as the Sto:lo river. Join us for cultural experiences and tours. The Cheam Fishing Village is conveniently located near several family fun activities and amenities. - See more at: http://www.travel-british-columbia.com/listings/Cheam-Fishing-Village/3455/#sthash.15ljUJ69.dpuf
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