Mahikan Trails

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Mahikan Trails 


Some Prestigious Awards and Other Recognitions

Brenda has hosted her own television series on APTN called the Hook-Up and you can see it here:

Brenda Holder received the Aboriginal Woman Entrepreneur Award of Distinction presented by the Alberta Chamber of Commerce.

As part of Alberta Economic Development, Brenda was also filmed with the Story Tellers documentary series on being an Aboriginal Woman in Business.


In 2006 Brenda was filmed in a TV series called Fish Out of Water, featuring Métis heritage, culture and skills.


In 2001 Dave was a technical advisor to the film Snow Dogs


Mahikan Trails along with Canmore Caverns were part of the initiative in Barbados to restructure their popular cave tours. Mahikan Trails and Canmore Caverns worked extensively to enhance programs and train the Cave Guides of Harrison’s Caves.


Brenda Holder assisted with the Natural Heritage Department to advise in using Cultural resources for tourism for their celebrated “De Heart uh Barbados”


The President of the company was awarded the Entrepreneurial Leadership Award by the Metis Nation of Alberta, Region III.


Mahikan Trails was selected by Lake Land College to be filmed by Tomiuk Productions for their Tourism Training Course.


Mahikan Trails was selected to attend Winter Change in Whitehorse, Yukon with the Canadian Tourism Commission to promote Winter Tourism in Canada.


Mahikan Trails was filmed in a documentary for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network program Profiles of Success.


Mahikan Trails was selected to attend the Aboriginal Conference in Whistler by Heritage Canada and Aboriginal Tourism Team Canada.


Mahikan Trails has been the focus of several Freelance journalists in such publications as the Australian Weekly (Holly Forsythe), Where Magazine (Carolyn Van De-Vayver) and Calgary Outdoors Magazine (Pam Asheton).

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Mahikan Trails

Canmore, Alberta

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