The Chamber is turning 110 this year and to celebrate, we will be spending the rest of the year celebrating YOU, our incredible North Vancouver Chamber members! You are what makes North Vancouver such an amazing place to be.

We recently ran a contest and selected six lucky winners at random to receive a 3D Virtual Tour of their business, created by our friends at 3DFX Photography.

This month, we’re featuring our friends Deep Cove Kayak. Check the amazing Virtual Tour of their gorgeous Cates Park location, the Cates Park Paddling Centre.

In March 2007, Takaya Tours entered into a co-management agreement with Deep Cove Kayak Centre to run the Cates Park operations and since then we have been growing our business and offering into what it is today.

Pronounced “slay-wah-tuth”. The People of the Inlet, a Coast Salish people with their own distinct customs and history. Their language is Downriver Halkomelem. They are a small and growing community of 500 with a traditional territory stretching from the Fraser River in the south to Mamquam Lake east of Whistler Mountain in the north. The community is located on the Burrard Inlet between North Vancouver and Deep Cove, BC.

The Tleil-Waututh have travelled the land and waters of their traditional territory for thousands of years, and wish to share knowledge with visitors who appreciate wild nature and authentic indigenous culture.

Source: Cates Park Paddling Centre