Northern Canadian Riverboat

When we found this boat at the dock in Bella Coola my father and I were genuinely confused. Originally used by the Imperial Oil company on the Mackenzie river, how did it find its way to the West Coast? Either it had been cut up and shipped out here on a truck, or it made the long trip all around Alaska, through the Bering straight and down the coast of Alaska to the north coast of British Columbia.

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