Whale in the Door

A Community Unites to Protect BC's Howe Sound

Photos from C3 Expedition

voyageur canoe en route to icebreaker

The day spent on Gambier Island at Camp Fircom was unforgettable. In the morning, we gathered on the island with some of the participants on the C 3 Expedition, sharing our stories about Howe Sound/Atl’kitsem. After lunch we climbed into Voyageur canoes – a real thrill for me as a kayaker. I was re-experiencing the mode of travel of my ancestors. I made sure to get into the same canoe […]

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Pauline to join Canada C3 Expedition

This Sunday, I have been invited to join the Canada C3 Expedition, which began in Toronto and will arrive in Victoria 150 days later. Scientists and artists are travelling on an Icebreaker through the Northwest Passage doing research and hearing the stories of the people who live in coastal areas. My role is to tell stories about Howe Sound, and the many people who are working together to protect our […]

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Brand new site

Welcome to this brand new site for my book. Whale in the Door: A Community Unites to Protect BC’s Howe Sound, a story of biological resilience as a community struggles to shape a vision for its future. The book is 206 pages, has stunning photographs by Richard Duncan, a Foreword by Elizabeth May, and was published by Caitlin Press. This site was created to offer new stories and new discoveries […]

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