Wild Deer Lake

traveled by car on logging roads to arrive at this lake
private roads open to the public on weekends

This land was given to Mr. Robert Dunsmuir when he built the railway from Victoria to Nanaimo.

The controversy surrounding the E&N land grant still haunts decision making today. The Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group, representing six Coast Salish First Nations, asked the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington to hear its complaint that 300,000 hectares of land converted to private property in the E&N land grant was “an act of egregious piracy.”

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