Tin Wis Best Western

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The Tofino Resort Hotel offers adventure in a romantic beachside location. Situated on Mackenzie Beach, a mere three kilometres outside Tofino, The BEST WESTERN Tin Wis Resort Hotel offers a cultural experience on the traditional territory of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations.

Finish off a day of whale watching with a delectable meal in the Beachfront Bistro where we will excite your taste buds with her BC-Fresh and culturally inspired menu.


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Canoe Creek Hydro

The Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations traditional territory has a natural abundance of rainfall and mountainous terrain, enabling us to develop small hydropower facilities as a central component of our sustainable economy. Working with our partners in clean energy, tourism and other industries we are in the process of implementing our vision of a sustainable economy.

We take great pride in our hydropower projects, which are planned, constructed and operated in a manner that is respectful of our cultural heritage, the natural environment and the species who inhabit it...


TFN Seafoods LLP

“Consistent with the vision of the Tla-o-qui-aht people TFN Seafoods mission has strived to create a commercial fisheries social enterprise that is guided by the principles passed on by Ha’wiih and learned elders.

This social enterprise will contribute not only to building a self-sustaining economic fisheries base for the nation, but to the health and safety of the Tla-o-qui-aht people by encouraging access to healthy seafood for community use and training members in being safe on our waters.

Assisting our fishermen to practice their rights will not only benefit the fishers in the community, but bring a sense of pride to the fishing culture and youth of the Tla-o-qui-aht Nations’ musschim.”

 

Email: admin@tfnseafoods.org         or Call Roy Alexander 250.248.4171