Burrard Inlet Fish Fest is happy to be back for 2019!

Stephen Armstrong (Xem-Tu-Mus) Kwikwetlem Nation Member,
Indigenous Canoe Race Director. Stephen vision is to return the tradition of Indigenous Youth Canoe Races in his traditional home waters on an annual basis and to support cultural re-connection and healthy living for the next generation.




Elaine Willis is a teacher, a community activist, a business woman, an environmentalist, a techie and an advocate for people with disabilities. A Tri-Cities resident for almost forty years, she strives to make the world a better place behind the scenes in as many collaborative efforts as she can. An admirer of trees, dogs and other magnificent works of nature, she also can be moved to tears by art and music.


Red Fox Healthy Living Society has two complementary missions: to promote healthy active living among children and youth, and to foster employment and life skills to youth who face barriers. Red Fox engages Indigenous youth, new immigrant youth, youth living on low incomes, LGBTQ2 youth and youth with disabilities. We fulfill our missions by providing free and supportive training and recreation opportunities to children, youth and families throughout Metro Vancouver.

J Peachy is a tri-cities raised multi-disciplinary artist and has a deep connection to nature, he is the creator of Burrard Inlet Fish Fest. JP is leading the creative production of the festival.

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