Blessing of Kitselas Canyon Historical Park
June 21, National Aboriginal Day, Kitselas Elders and community members
witnessed the blessing of the new Kitselas Canyon Historical Park.
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First Nations and Province Sign Education Agreement
Historic agreement signed to enhance First Nations education in British
Columbia. Read more
G'psgolox Totem Pole Home at Last
The Haisla Nation celebrated the repatriation of the G'psgolox pole
from Sweden. A homecoming celebration was held on July 1, 2006 in Kitamaat.The Northwest Tribal Treaty Nations would like to congratulate to the
Haisla Nation.Link to Na na kila Institute
NWCC launches Freda Diesing School of Art and Design
Freda Diesing School of Art and Design will focuss on First Nations
art of the Northwest Coast. It will include programs at the certificate,
diploma and degree level and will initially feature carving, weaving,
jewellery and print-making.
NWTT Executive Councillor
Wins National Award
Congratulations to Edmond Wright,
recipient of the 2006 Aboriginal Financial Officers Association Xerox
Excellence in Leadership Award for advancing Aboriginal financial
management. The award was presented on February
23, 2006 at the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association annual conference
in Winnipeg. It is given to people who demonstrate a sincere and long-term
commitment to excellence in Aboriginal finance and management in Canada.
Since 1970, Edmund Wright has worked in
the administration and finances in Nisga'a organizations and he was
a key member of the Nisga'a negotiating team. This award is well deserved.
NovaGold Resources signs deal with the Tahltan Central Council
to develop its Galore Creek copper-gold-silver project in northwestern
Kitselas First Nation Will Mange Own Reserve Lands
Terrace, British Columbia – October 6, 2005: The Kitselas
First Nation has taken over management and administration of
its reserve lands under an initiative that enables Indian Bands
in Canada to take over these powers from the federal department
of Indian Affairs. Read more.
Tl'azt'en Nation Statement
Mercury-laden mining waste spills into Pinchi lake, provincial
chief mine inspector downplays its significance; Tl'azt'en First
Nation issues a moratorium on new mining activity in their traditional
territory. Read more...
posted February 22, 2005
NWTT Congratulates Nisga'a
The Nisga’a Lisims Government has completed its election
process for another term. The Northwest Tribal Treaty
Nations congratulates all of the leaders who have let their
name stand in effort to assist with continuing Nisga’a
Nation development. Read more...
posted December 9, 2004
Northwest Community College “Education is Unity”
On November 12, 2004 at the main campus of the Northwest Community
College in Terrace, observers, students, instructors and dignitaries
witnessed a historic totem-pole raising by the Northwest Community
College. Read more...
posted November 18, 2004
Governor-General of Canada Visits the North
Governor General of Canada, Adrienne Clarkson was in Northern
British Columbia in October. Her itinerary had her in Prince
George and with the University of Northern British Columbia
before flying into Terrace and then to the Nass Valley. Read
posted November 3, 2004
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