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The First Nation Tribe of Tofino, British Columbia

The First Nation Tribe of Tofino, British Columbia On the West Coast of Vancouver Island, the First Nation Group is the Nuu-chah-nulth tribe. Nuu-chah-nulth literally means people of the mountain and the sea. The two are very interconnected within their beliefs. Essential to their culture are the cedar tree and their dug out canoes. In this WatchMojo.com presents video, we learn more about the First Nation tribe that has been living on Tofino for thousands of years, which is the location of the 2010 Cold Water Classic Canada surf competition.

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