Cultural treasures displayed in their place of origin...
Nisga'a dancing and singing is in good hands...
A 113 year old journey...
A powerful symbol of rebirth and renewal...
Glacial fed rivers and creeks...
Pristine waters and dramatic landscapes...
We continue to pass down our stories...
Our ancestors were given animals to be used as crests by each wilp...
Nisga'a carving and art continues today...
Take only what you need to survive and leave the rest...
We respect the wisdom of our Elders...
A land of sacred mountains and dense forests...
Txeemsim... brought light to the world...
Nisga'a fisheries program is second to none...
We are all connected to each other...
Economic growth aligned with our Nass Area Strategy...
The natural beauty of our land welcomes you...
Hoobiyee... celebrating the Nisga'a New Year...
Post secondary education is a top priority...
Sustainable wildlife management...
Oolichan were traded along the Grease Trail...
People lived where the fish were - where our forefathers always lived...
Career paths defined ...
Vetter Creek... naturally filtered through ancient lava beds...
Working to resolve the land question...
Along the coast, the seafood capital of the Nass...
Nisga'a Museum / home to over 300 priceless artifacts...
You will be moved by the power and spirit encountered here...
Passing on ayuuk to our youth...
263 years ago, site of Canada's last great volcanic eruption...
1913 / Nisga'a Land Committee submits petition to British Privy Council...

Word of the Day

Ukws

out towards the sea, leaving the shore, away from the village

In the news...

Mar 26
A two-day Family Wellness Conference took place at the Laxgalts'ap Community Centre on March 24 & 25, with the theme "Lessons from the Past, Preparing for the Future" with well over 150... Read
Mar 25
March 22-28, 2015 marks the first Tsunami Preparedness Week in British Columbia! Although a tsunami along B.C.'s coast is a rare but real threat - it is important for our coastal communities to know... Read
Mar 23
The Nass Valley RCMP responded to 88 calls for service in February.  Several assaults and other violent crimes were reported with alcohol playing a factor.  Justice of the peace bail hearings were... Read
Mar 23
March 20, 2015 The Nisga’a Fish and Wildlife Department is happy to announce the winners of our 2014-15 Art Contest! Our judges were faced with tough decisions, in choosing winners from the many... Read
Mar 20
March 20 is the first day of spring. Happy Spring to all.
Mar 20
Simon Fraser University recently featured one of our own staff on their website as a graduate of SFU's Community Economic Development program.   Read about Bert Mercer and NLG at the following link:
Mar 19
 In 1927, the federal government enacted a provision in the Indian Act that made it illegal for Aboriginal Peoples to gather to discuss land question issues.  The legislation was repealed in the... Read
Mar 13
Nisga'a Lisims Government wishes all participants at the 2015 Hoobiyee celebrations a happy Hoobiyee! Not able to attend the festivities in Gingolx?  Check out CFNR's live feed http://cfnrfm.ca/... Read

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