With the oil tanker ban finally law, we can turn our attention to building a healthy, sustainable coastal economy; one that recognizes the needs of all future generations.
When you meet Laadaa, Stewardship Director for the Haida Nation, you’ll know immediately where he stands and where he’s coming from.
Coastal First Nations sign historic fisheries resources agreement with the Federal Government that will help revitalize fisheries throughout our coastal communities.
At a four-day workshop on Indigenous Laws in Prince Rupert, STTP graduates learn how these belief systems form the foundation for their stewardship work on the coast.
Leaders of the Heiltsuk Nation and the Government of Canada signed a groundbreaking agreement that provides an investment of $36.96 million over three years in four Heiltsuk priority “House Post” areas.
New funding for the Coastal Guardian Watchmen will support ongoing efforts to monitor, protect and restore coastal territories along the North and Central Coast and Haida Gwaii.
CFN-GBI supports the federal government’s request that the Senate pass Bill C-48, the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act, in its amended form so that northern BC waters will be safe from oil spills.
Hear from some of the many people throughout the North and Central Coast and Haida Gwaii speaking out in support of Bill C-48, the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act.
In an open letter to Parliamentarians, Coastal First Nations president Chief Marilyn Slett says Canadian senators must respect the will of voters as expressed in the 2015 election and pass Bill C-48 banning oil tankers from Canada’s north Pacific coast.