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This award-winning certificate program is designed for those working in Aboriginal communities who want to…

Learn more about Northwest Inter-Nation Family and Community Services Society’s Family Support Workers for Kitsumkalum…

Rides are available for Port Ed. & Prince Rupert members, please sign up by: November…

Please bear with us as we slowly move forward into the 21st century. You may…

Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is seeking assistance in identifying and reporting Atlantic salmon in…

WHAT WE DO Every year, CN moves about $250 billion of goods across its nearly…

Job Title: ‘Na Aksa Gyilak’yoo School High School Educational Assistant Term: Full Time Yearly Contract…

On September 30th – every year since 2013 – people are invited to wear orange…

Watch: http://aptnnews.ca/smithers-hearings  From: APTN National News The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls…

Alta Gas will be hiring on the spot! Bring your resume to the Kitsumkalum’s Job…

The Young Entrepreneurs Symposium (YES) brings young Aboriginal Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs-to-be together with business leaders…

The Kitsumkalum Land Management Committee would like to thank all the youth that participated in…

The North Coast-Skeena First Nations Stewardship Society (NCSFNSS) is a non-profit society working in partnership…

Come to Kitsumkalum’s Annual Health Fair! Lunch Provided & Door Prizes!

FNHA Clients Transition to BC PharmaCare Thursday, September 21, 2017 Starting October 1, 2017, PharmaCare will…

We are looking for your input on Health & Wellness. Topics: Mental Health & Asset…

Please note this event is a welcoming to the walkers and if you wish to…

With the new school year kicking off and fall just around the corner, we’re getting…

FNHA Clients Transition to BC PharmaCare Thursday, September 21, 2017 Starting October 1, 2017, PharmaCare will…

Bears live to eat Once a bear discovers human food sources or garbage it may…

Please bear with us as we slowly move forward into the 21st century. You may…

Campfires to be allowed again in all of northern B.C. SMITHERS Effective at noon on…

Easy-to-find information when and where you want it. If you are one of the growing…

Fuel Up to Win with Tempo Purchase $20 or more in fuel from September 1st…

One of the objectives is to construct a new facility YOU might think ‘Na Aksa…

Purchase your tickets at the Band Office or House of Sim-oi-Ghets for a chance to…

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The main objective of this project is to facilitate a carving project where a BC…

TRICORP is hosting a 10 week Workplace Essential Skills Trades Training Program in Prince Rupert…

Fish & Wildlife have reported a bear at Tempo today around 12:00 pm REMINDER TO…

SMITHERS 􀍴􀀃Effective at noon on Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, campfires will once again be allowed…

Lands Coordinator Reference number: IAN17J-018483-000087 Selection process number: 17-IAN-EA-BG-BC-LED-299215-1   Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada…

5 BEDROOMS AND 2 BATHROOMS ECONOMIC WOOD BURNING STOVE AND ELECTRIC HEAT RECENTLY FINISHED BASEMENT…

Watch CBC The National News clip Listen to the interview from CBC Daybreak North: Carolina de…

The Kitsumkalum Fish & Wildlife department will be issuing Fishing Permits on a bi-weekly schedule…

Request for Proposals – Communications Coordinator Organizational Overview The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British…

The Kitsumkalum Land Management Committee is developing a Kitsumkalum Land Code.      

What does summer look like in your territory? Show us by entering the #bctreaty summerscape…

Request for Proposals: Research Analyst Organizational Overview The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia…

Youth Send in a SNAPSHOT of your favourite place on Kitsumkalum Laxyuup (lands/ territories) &…

Walk for Reconciliation is happening on Sunday, September 24th in Vancouver, BC 9:30 am –…