Concerned about the future of Chinook salmon, the Wuikinuxv Nation and partners built the Percy Walkus Hatchery in River’s Inlet to preserve the species for generations to come.
Mercedes Robinson has grown up sharing her home territory of the Kitasoo/Xai’xais Nation with the grizzlies, black bears and white Spirit bears of the Central Coast.
CFN President and Heiltsuk Chief Marilyn Slett says business and government can support First Nations in building a sustainable economy while conserving our temperate rainforest.
New building in Prince Rupert encourages cultural sharing through unique design and includes Tsimshian totem poles representing the four Metlakatla clans – wolf, raven, eagle and killer whale.
In her op-ed, CFN President Marilyn Slett writes that COVID-19 has highlighted the many obstacles to economic growth facing remote coastal communities.
As COVID-19 continues to affect coastal communities, regional collaboration takes on a new importance for Guardians who often carry out frontline duties above and beyond their stewardship role.
While the time Pacific salmon spend in the open ocean is still largely a mystery, scientists now hope the high seas will provide clues to declining salmon health.
The Kunsoot Wellness Centre in Bella Bella promises to deliver healing and wellness programs on the land year-round, offering a
beacon of resilience in the face of trauma and crisis.
Heiltsuk member Jessie Housty never imagined a time when Pacific Coastal Airlines would shut down all its flights to Bella Bella on the BC Central Coast. “You definitely feel this…