Published On: June 28, 2022Categories: Art, Events, News, Online Activities

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Join the Woodland Cultural Centre on June 20 at 7pm for virtual screening of the film, “Kayak to Klemtu” in celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day.

When a prominent Kitasoo/Xai’Xais activist passes away, his 14-year-old niece Ella (Blaney) embarks on a kayak journey to take his ashes home to Klemtu. It’s a race against the clock as Ella tries to make it back in time to give a speech protesting a proposed pipeline that would cross Indigenous land.

Ella is joined by her aunt, cousin and grumpy uncle (Cardinal), as the four paddle with all their might through the Inside Passage and past the shores of the Great Bear Rainforest. Join this family on the adventure of a lifetime that reflects on the importance of protecting our lands for future generations.

Once you have registered, our team will send your personal username and password to our on demand streaming service! Join us on June 20, 2022, at 7pm EST to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day!

Event Information:

Tickets: Free – a suggested minimum donation of $5 to help the Arts department continue to provide digital programming

Virtual Film Screening Length – 91 Minutes

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