The First Nations Health Authority is conducting a study to better understand gaps in health services through a solution-based lens, and link valuable internal resources to address these gaps. The study is being conducted by [...]
In order to protect the Haisla community in Kitamaat Village, an inter-departmental effort by Haisla Nation Council’s Lands, Environment, and Community Development departments will be observing local oolichan camps, and monitoring how fish waste is [...]
Haisla Nation Council is embarking on a process to develop a Comprehensive Community Plan which will provide guidance on HNC's direction, both for in Kitamaat Village and for those living elsewhere. See the below poster [...]
Request for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for Haisla Harbour Boardwalk Construction in 2018 The Haisla Nation Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from Haisla carpentry crews, for assisting with the installation and completion of a harbour [...]
A new report, created in partnership with Haisla Nation Council, Tamitik Status of Women and the University of Guelph, details the findings from discussions with 130 women aged 14 and over, living in Kitamaat Village [...]
We will be celebrating Haisla graduates who have graduated between September 2016 and June 2018. The event will be on June 28 at 2 pm, at the Riverlodge Recreation Centre in Kitimat. If you are [...]
Haisla Nation Council is currently reviewing the Membership Code for updates and revisions. We are seeking an Elder representative to take part in this review and then ratification process of the proposed revisions. The Elder [...]
Get ready for the grand opening of the Haisla Driving School, on June 14. See the attached poster for more details!
Haisla Culture camps, returning this summer! For information contact Edmund Grant, at either firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 250-639-7051.
There are three AltaGas scholarships available, one per category. See the poster below. Also, find the application form by clicking here.