Canada’s federal government has announced close to $6 million in funding for 28 Indigenous Guardians programs across the country, including support for the Coastal Guardian Watchmen.
CFN-GBI looks to turn values into practice through a critical look at its own carbon footprint.
Working with a range of partners, the Metlakatla Nation is undertaking a clam survey to better understand how the important coastal species is faring.
CFN-GBI is working with BC Hydro and provincial and federal governments to kickstart clean energy projects that will reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency in coastal communities.
After a highly successful period acting as CFN Board Chair, Patrick Kelly has decided “to hang up the paddle” and focus on other interests. We wish him the best!
Today, Heiltsuk leaders gathered in Vancouver to announce they are taking legal action for damages on the two-year anniversary of the Nathan E. Stewart spill.
Our 2017 Annual Report provides just a snapshot of the positive work being done in our communities, and the impact and progress we have made together over the past year.
For Coastal Guardian Watchmen who monitor and patrol our coastal territories, maintaining safety on the water is always the top priority.
One of a new generation Coastal Guardian Watchmen, Alec James Willie is young and still learning from Wuikinuxv Elders, but already boasts diverse stewardship experience.