Rediscovery principles of understanding one’s own culture, learning about the cultures of others and connecting with the natural world we all share, provide an enriching environment for children, youth and adults from all backgrounds.

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“The solo quest was an incredible inward journey which has and will continue to change my life profoundly. This 10-day journey has allowed me to rethink my priorities and life’s purpose.” 
            - 2013 Mountain Spirit Participant

“Ghost River is my favourite summer thing to do and I like going to group every week too. I have learned a lot about my Metis culture and Aboriginal heritage.” 
            - Summer Camp and Urban Rediscovery participant

“Thank you for the Elder component my children receive at Ghost River. As an urban aboriginal family, it is hard to give them this important connection. My kids have expressed how much they enjoy the Elder’s stories, teachings and advice.” 
            - Parent of three Summer Camp participants 

“I even enjoyed the chores we had at camp, like chopping up wood and collecting water from the river and putting it in the filters. It taught us life isn’t just fun and games and there is always work involved no matter where you are. But it also taught us life skills such as working as a team and how to cooperate with others.” 
            - 2013 Summer Camp participant

“Thank you for this opportunity for my daughter to explore her inner self and learn the ways of our cultural heritage that our family has been unable to pass on.” 
            - Parent of a New Moon Rites of Passage participant 

“My son has greatly benefitted from the program in terms of learning Leadership and survival skills. He enjoyed the cultural component as well. All in all, he loved and enjoyed the camaraderie of being with young men his own age.” 
            - Parent of a Grizzly Rites of Passage participant 

“It is exactly the kind of camp we need – small, in nature, teaching Aboriginal values, and paying attention to and accepting my boy’s idiosyncrasies and limitations. Although he is not a Plains First Nations (his clan is part of the Haida nation and his people stem from North Vancouver Island) he has a strong desire to discover more authentic communion with the natural earth and its wildlife. The camps with Ghost River Rediscovery have been the highlight of his life.” 
            - Parent of a Summer Camp participant

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