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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People listen to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - A woman speaks while others listen during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - A man listens to others speak during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - A man speaks during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - A man speaks during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - A man speaks during a ceremony at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People arrive by canoe at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People arrive by canoe at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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01 September 2012 - People wait at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park), while a ceremony takes place across Burrard inlet near a terminal, after travelling a ceremonial route by canoe from West Vancouver's Ambleside beach, in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The "Gathering of Canoes to Protect the Salish Sea" event, co-hosted by Squamish First Nation and Tsleil-Wauth First Nation, celebrated teachings of the canoe, future generations, unity of peoples, and reaffirmed each nation's responsibility to protect and maintain their sacred connection to the waters of the Salish Sea. The event was organized in opposition to the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker terminal, that could see increased super tanker traffic on Burrard inlet in Port Metro Vancouver. Credit: Adrian Brown - N49Photo.
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