Communities throughout BC’s Central and North Coast and Haida Gwaii have the most at stake if a major oil spill occurred in our coastal waters. It’s our responsibility to ensure that future generations…
In a moving graduation ceremony in Prince Rupert, eleven proud students took turns accepting their well-deserved certificates for the Stewardship Technicians Training Program.
On February 27-28, a large delegation of Heiltsuk women traveled North to Masset to meet with Haida women, as a part of the Women’s Dialogue Session on Haida Gwaii.
After her highly successful role providing financial administration support over the last few months, Zebunisa Ladak has agreed to take on the role of Financial Administrator full-time. With extensive skills…
Coastal First Nations applaud British Columbia’s announcement to end grizzly bear hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest and across the province.
At the Hakai Institute on Calvert Island, stewardship students learn from the land, while forging new relationships with each other and researchers from far and wide.
An experienced Guardian Watchmen, Patrick Johnson provides that all-important link between long-held local knowledge and a new generation of Wuikinuxv stewards.
Humpback whales are making a comeback along the North Coast, and the Gitga’at First Nation and whale researchers are working together to learn what will keep populations healthy.
Coastal First Nations and Central Coast Bear Working Group respond to the opening of 2017 fall trophy hunt
Vancouver – Coastal First Nations (CFN) and the Central Coast Bear Working Group are reiterating their position to BC’s bear trophy hunt as the grizzly hunting season opens for fall…