Ideally, we can avoid bear encounters. First and foremost, we want to prevent bears from entering our space by reducing attractants. For example, we need to dispose of fish guts properly, and only put garbage [...]
Download a copy of the poster below.
We’ve completed and named our draft Comprehensive Community Plan! Our Elders have named the plan 'duu’duks’wa ci’mo’ca' which means “our vision” in our language. Council will review the final draft plan this summer to start [...]
Please note: The Women's Feast has been postponed and will no longer take place on Tuesday, June 3.
The Haisla Nation has been working with Natural Gas companies for many years to develop a project in the territory. This has been supported by a majority of the membership through community meetings, elections and [...]
Anyone looking to get their airbrakes endorsement, the Education & Employment department is hosting the program, for January 15 to 17. Contact Tara Paul to register and for funding opportunities to participate, at email@example.com, or [...]
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 [...]
Forms are now available. To apply for the School Supply Allowance, please see this form.
To: All First Nations in British Columbia As you know, the Province has declared a state of emergency due to the wildfires that have impacted many First Nations and communities. We know that everyone is [...]
See below a letter from Acting Chief Councillor Crystal Smith.