When you want an apple, you don’t cut down the whole apple tree to get it. It’s like that with the Haisla Nation’s money. We are in a fortunate situation to be able to provide [...]
Haisla Nation Council is working with Deloitte Canada to develop the Gukalout Trust. They have a strong history of developing trusts for First Nations governments, and they have demonstrated their work in the below video. [...]
A Trust isn’t just a bank account. A Trust protects money in ways standard accounts cannot. That’s why Haisla Nation Council believes so strongly in the idea of the Gukalout Trust. We want to build [...]
The community cultural coordinator Teresa Windsor would like to take an opportunity just to remind everyone not to move or touch this front piece of the totem pole at Haisla Harbour. It is part of [...]
Haisla Nation Council on August 11 approved the Education and Training policy, which updates and modernizes the delivery of educational and training services to Haisla members. The policy will continue to provide Haisla members with [...]
A 3 bedroom Rental Unit available for rent, September 1, 2017. Duplex is situated on 729 Wathl Creek Road it is a 3 bedroom and 2 bathroom unit. Rent is $550.00 / month. [...]
Forms are now available. To apply for the School Supply Allowance, please see this form.
Haisla Nation Council went to communities in April with its bold plan to take Haisla’s Own Source Revenue, gained through economic development benefits - and secure it for the better part of a century, so [...]
Haisla Nation Council is pleased to mark the grand opening of the Haisla Nation Council Education and Employment office in Kitimat. The new office, at 606 Mountainview Square, unifies the services of education and employment [...]
See the attached poster for a halibut distribution taking place tomorrow for Haisla members.