Stanley Park got its first totem pole in 1903. Today over 8 million visitors visit Brockton Point and admire the monumental, and freshly repainted, totems expressing the talents of many native sculptors. (visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Park and http://www.seestanleypark.com/totems/page6totems.htm) -- -- Stanley Park a reçu en cadeau son premier mât totémique en 1903. Aujourd'hui, plus de 8 millions de visiteurs se rendent à Brockton Point et admirent les totems monumentaux et fraîchement repeints. Ces totems expriment les talents de nombreux sculpteurs indigènes. (voir: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Park et http://www.seestanleypark.com/totems/page6totems.htm)
Skedans mortuary poleBreakfast on the Beach. Beau Dick.  12 m (40')Breakfast on the Beach - Eagle. Beau Dick.Breakfast on the Beach -Siwidi, ancestor, astride finSkedans - MoonThunderbird House PostEllen Neel Pole. 8.5 m (28')Wakas Pole. Replica by Doug Cranmer. 12 m (40')Oscar Matilpi Pole. 4.5 m (15')Wakas Pole -- Thunderbird whose claws hold WhaleMai : Stanley Park Totems, VancouverSky Chief Pole. Art Thompson & Tim Paul. 11.5m (38')Ellen Neel Pole -- ThunderbirdBeaver Crest.  Norman Tait. 9 m (30')Salish Dancers & Killer Whale Portal by Susan Point