CCIRA is looking to hire a Marine Implementation Coordinator, who will work closely with other marine planners throughout Central Coast First Nations.
A new 1.7-megawatt upgrade to the Kitasoo/Xai’xais hydropower facility will increase power security for the Nation and support the creation of new homes and much-needed infrastructure.
Energy efficient technologies, alternative energy sources and community partnerships are guiding the vision toward 100 per cent renewable power on Haida Gwaii.
COVID-19 has triggered a global economic downturn and regional hardships, but Haíɫzaqv Climate Action Coordinator Leona Humchitt believes it may also provide an opportunity to transform her community.
The Central Coast Indigenous Resource Alliance is looking for a Marine Implementation Coordinator. Work closely with team to implement key elements of the MaPP and the Central Coast First Nations’…
CFN-GBI is seeking a Marine Protected Area Network Process Coordinator to join our dynamic team.
The reopening of two sport fishing lodges in Haida waters contravenes a state of emergency in effect by the Haida Nation and poses risks for public health, food security and safe access to healthcare.
Please be advised that the Protected Areas on the Central and North Coast and Haida Gwaii will remain closed to non-residents until further notice.
As the federal government announced $1.5-billion in relief funds to help BC restart its economy, North Coast First Nations tourism operators say more help is needed.