The Yellowhead Highway corridors (TC#16 and BC #5) provide a unique gateway to some incredible indigenous attractions, amenities, and events in Western Canada.
Our highway, named after Iroquois Metis nicknamed “Tete Jaune” or “Yellowhead”, traverses the lands of the First Nations, Metis, and all First Peoples of Canada. Their rich history and cultures enrichen our Country and serves as stewards of friendship.
From Indigenous-owned and controlled businesses to Indigenous tourism experiences, TCYHA is pleased to partner with Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) to help you find an “Original Original” indigenous experience; one you will never forget.
Go to indigenoustourism.ca to check out what may be available in the area you are traveling; and then make sure to plan your outings to reach out to a significant part of our history – and its connection to our future.