In early December, 12 students from six First Nations along the North and Central coast completed a unique training course that explored the many connections between Reconciliation and Climate Change.
CFN-GBI has an exciting and unique opportunity for a part-time Fundraising Coordinator to join our dynamic team in Vancouver.
CFN-GBI is seeking a sales representative to work with Great Bear Rainforest™ Essential Oils for a four-month part-time contract.
In a learning exchange supported by Tides Canada, Nuxalk Guardian Watchmen and Arctic Bay Guardians visited each other’s communities, shared stories and learned from their unique circumstances.
In July, Coastal Guardian Watchmen from across the North and Central Coast met for the Coastal Stewardship Network annual gathering at the Hakai Institute on Calvert Island.
For the Heiltsuk Nation, the historic opening of its first Big House in 120 years represents a resurgence in culture and once-outlawed ways of life.
CFN-GBI is looking to hire a Receptionist/Administrative Assistant to provide reception services and administrative support to visitors, the board, management, staff and contractors.
In the 2018 Annual Report, we highlight some of the innovative and collaborative efforts we’ve undertaken with communities over the past year.
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.