Ocean Ports of Call

Hartley Bay - Canada, BC Highlights:
Indian Village, Fish Hatchery
The Native village of Hartley Bay is located 80 miles south of Prince Rupert at the entrance to the Douglas Channel inlet on the British Columbian coast. It is inhabited by descendants of the Kitka'ata (People of the Cane) tribe and in the tradition of their ancestors, the villagers still make their living by fishing. Visit a family-owned fish hatchery, where up to 450,000 silver salmon eggs are hatched each year or walk through the village where Native guides will explain the lifestyle and customs of their people.

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