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Duncan's tourism slogan is "The City of Totems". The city has many totem poles around the downtown area, which were erected in the late 1980s, including the world's largest totem pole (in diameter), carved by First Nations artisan Simon Charlie.

Duncan has a large First Nations community and is the traditional home of the Cowichan Tribes, who are the largest band among the Coast Salish people. The Coast Salish women of the Cowichan Tribes are makers of the world famous Cowichan Sweaters.

Duncan boasts one of the largest Farmers' Markets on Vancouver Island. Held just North of town at the BC Forest Discovery Centre every Saturday from 9:00 - 2:00. The Market offers local produce, nursery products, and crafts.

Duncan is home to the BC Forest Discovery Centre. Before the U.S.-Canada softwood lumber dispute, Duncan and the whole Cowichan Valley were a thriving lumber centre in British Columbia.

Duncan has the world's largest ice hockey stick, officially recognised by Guinness World Records on July 14, 2008, which is on display on the side of the local arena (Cowichan Community Centre). The stick was made specifically for Expo 86 in Vancouver.


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