You can view the Haisla Nation's Flickr page to see a selection of photos from Orange Shirt Day, marked in Kitamaat Village on September 28.
The Education and Employment office is hosting an information session for Vancouver-area Haisla members where they will have the chance to meet staff. See the poster below for details:
A reminder for all motorists in Kitamaat Village, please obey the speed limit of 30 km/h. Slow down for everyone's safety!
Close to 150 participants, including Haisla Nation Council business partners and supporters, came out to enjoy a day of golf at the Morgan Creek Golf Club in Surrey, where Haisla Nation Council hosts an annual [...]
- Miriam Windsor Creating a foundation and enhancement for community health and wellness is of great importance to me as a Haisla member. I have been educated in Residential school and the effects, also how [...]
Haisla representatives took Haisla issues straight to the new provincial government at a recent First Nations Leadership Gathering event in Vancouver. Chief Councillor Crystal Smith, Deputy Chief Councillor and Executive Committee Chair Brenda Duncan, Stakeholder [...]
Please join us in a walk to remember the survivors of residential school. Wearing an Orange Shirt is inspired by a girl, Phyllis Webstad, who couldn't wear hers. A walk in Kitamaat Village to take [...]
Persons wishing to apply for the Haisla Amateur Youth Sports Fund can now submit their applications to Trish Grant. The youth fund has a website here where you can find the application forms, and contact [...]
When Haisla Nation Council presented the idea of the Gukalout Trust in April, there were understandably questions about how it works and who would manage it. Here are some of the answers to those questions: Q: [...]
The New Relationship Trust Foundation has an open call for applications for bursaries. From their site: The New Relationship Trust Foundation is pleased to offer Bursaries to Certificate, Diploma, Associates Degrees, and/or Trades to interested [...]