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...

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In the news...

Jun 26
PRESS RELEASE     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jun 26
 Public Notice Nisga’a Marine Individual Sale Fishery 16 hour opening Thursday, July 2nd 6:00 to 22:00 And
Jun 26
Youth Organizing Youth 2nd  Annual Nass River Expedition this August | September 2015 Young Men’s Empowerment Expedition August 24 – 28, 2015
Jun 25
Carey Price, goalie for the Montreal Canadiens, is the most valuable player in the NHL and has an imporant message for all aboriginal youth.   Read more at the following link:
Jun 23
UPDATE: June 23, 2015 - 5:23PM Lightening caused fire located 600 meters south of Gitlaxt’aamiks Size: 1.5 Hectares, not expected to change No chances of the fire escaping – it is now contained
Jun 23
NLG is in receipt of reports of a fire at a location south of the Nisga'a Village of Gitlaxt'aamiks this afternoon.  The NLG Lands and Resources have made the report to the BC Wildfire and Forestry... Read
Jun 22
The NLG Programs and Services Directorate is still accepting Education Conference evaluation forms.  If you participated in the Education Conference either in person or online, take a few moments to... Read
Jun 19
June 19th marked another successful annual Aboriginal Day celebration in Gitlaxt'aamiks hosted by the Gitlaxt'aamiks Village Government and the Gitlaxt'aamiks Elders. The day was filled with... Read

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