Paralytic Shellfish Poison (PSP) testing by Haisla Fisheries has concluded that Monkey Beach is officially OPEN AND SAFE FOR COCKLE HARVESTING ONLY. Monkey Beach butter clam samples were also collected and tested positive for PSP [...]
There is a survey being run right now which touches on community-based climate monitoring. If you have thoughts on that topic, please fill out the survey available online here. The surveys are also being delivered [...]
Community Cultural Coordinator can provide digital copies of certain Haisla history and language books
Community Cultural Coordinator Teresa Windsor can provide digitized copies of the following books: You can reach Teresa by e-mail at email@example.com, or at the office at 250-639-9361, extension 144, or on her work cell at [...]
Join the Haisla Health Centre for a dinner, guest speaker, and important announcement! October 17, 4:30 pm at the Haisla Health Centre.
Job Placement Coordinator William Gye will be offering Jobs Club meetings over the coming months. See the below poster for dates, times and locations.
We’ve heard questions about this year’s Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) so Haisla Nation Council would like to update members about its current status. As indicated in the previous letter you would have received regarding [...]
A program for parents and children to support you: Understand your child's needs To support your child's ability to successfully manage emotions To enhance the development of your child's self-esteem To honour the innate wisdom [...]
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!