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2112, 2018

Airbrake Endorsement course

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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 tara@haisla.ca, or [...]

1112, 2018

Fishing Licence opportunities through Haisla Nation Council

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The Haisla Fisheries Commission manages communal and commercial fishing licenses for prawn, crab, halibut and salmon on behalf of Haisla Nation Council. If you are interested in fishing these licenses or participating in training opportunities [...]

1112, 2018

Haisla Nation opens its doors to partnership with NVIT to create a Northern Campus

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Haisla Nation Council has invited Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) to establish a Northern Campus at Kitimat Valley Institute (KVI). Haisla Nation sees a significant need for Indigenous-focused training in the North. In 2012, [...]

1012, 2018

Build bridges with Indigenous community with blanket exercise

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Haisla Nation Council is hosting an interactive workshop facilitated by Janelle Kasperski. Janelle will be offering the experience of the KAIROS Blanket Exercise. This opportunity will give an overview that sheds light with context to [...]

512, 2018

An open letter on why Haisla Nation stands behind LNG

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An open letter to opponents and critics of LNG development, from Chief Councillor Crystal Smith: When we see what we are achieving as a Nation through our support of LNG Canada and the Coastal GasLink [...]