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Did you need more time for the anti-violence support worker training program? You now have to February 28 to get your application submitted. Also thanks to support through Tricorp, there is now sponsorship availability for [...]
As per Haisla Nation Council policy, its offices will be closed for the morning on February 9 due to a funeral being held in Kitamaat Village. We will re-open at 1 pm. Also note that [...]
A delegation of Haisla Nation Council representatives enjoyed many positive meetings with the federal government during a recent trip to Ottawa. The meetings included emphasizing Haisla Nation's support of LNG projects in Haisla territory. In [...]
A 2017 Haisla Nation Council Annual Report is available for viewing for Haisla members under the 'Council' tab at the top of our website, or simply click here.
When we experience trauma or severe life stresses, our nuyem teaches us how to navigate through life storms. Nakwelagila means to cleanse ourselves inside and out, mentally and physically. Our team offers a variety of [...]
Haisla Nation Council and the Education & Employment office was proud to mark the graduation of their five Active Measures students on January 24. Active Measures is a program to provide valuable life skills and [...]
There was a recent Letter to the Editor in the Times Colonist newspaper from the Sierra Club of BC against LNG development. Haisla Nation Council has a different take on the matter, and Chief Councillor [...]
Late in 2017, Haisla Nation Council approved a number of revisions to the Patient Travel Top Up Assistance Policy, on the recommendations of the Haisla Health Department. This policy reflects the ‘top-up’ portion that Haisla [...]
A new round is coming for the Active Measures program. It is a 16-week program designed for self-exploration, identifying strengths, and assisting in a journey towards health, wellness and employment. The application forms can be [...]