For Kitasoo/Xai’xais and other First Nations along the North and Central Coast, carbon credits for conservation in the Great Bear Rainforest supports a range of stewardship and economic efforts.
New job opportunities arise on the Central Coast as Heiltsuk Horizon takes the next step in creating a strong marine safety and prevention system to protect coastal ecosystems and communities.
At February’s All Native Basketball Tournament in Prince Rupert, 16 women’s teams hit the court, marking almost three decades
of women’s basketball in the event.
Watch this film that tells the story of our work with federal and provincial governments to establish a network of MPAs along the north Pacific Coast.
The Heiltsuk Nation’s Bitumen Reference legal case will have very important implications for the ability of provincial governments to protect environmental values.
In the wake of BC’s historic decision to enshrine UNDRIP into law, CFN-GBI and West Coast Environmental Law team up to explore future possibilities in co-governance within a marine context.
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.