Nisga'a Day / Nisga'a Museum Sign Blessing


Hli-G̱oothl Wilp-Adoḵshl Nisg̱a’a

Monday May 11, 2015 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

We will bless the new Nisga’a Museum sign carved by Nisga’a artist Calvin McNeil

Free tours, activities, prizes light refreshments and Majagaleehl Nisga’a!!!

Hobiyee 2015

On behalf of the Hobiyee committee & the community of Gingolx (AKA Kincolith) the community has once again been struck with another death this morning.  Our Gingolx Elders gathered the community together for a public meeting held today at the Long House at 1:30 pm to discuss the 4 deaths we have encountered in the past few weeks, with that our community has passed a motion to postpone Hobiyee F

Northwest Cannery Workers Reunion

June 13-14, 2014

Celebrating Northwest Cannery Workers Reunion with local talent, cultural and social dancing, photo displays and storytelling.

Celebrating 125 North Pacific Cannery

Free event, pre-register for tickets at www.northpacificcannery.ca̓/reunion

Nisga'a Museum Arts Festival

The Nisga'a Museum will host the Nisga'a Museum Arts Festival on Nisga'a Day - May 11, 2014.

For further information, contact the Nisga'a Museum at (250) 633 3050 or visit their website at www.nisgaamuseum.ca

2nd Annual Salmon Festival - Prince Rupert


2nd Annual Salmon Festival

Event Date:     Saturday May 24, 2014

At the Prince Rupert Jim Ciccone Civic Centre

Celebrate with us the arrival of the Salmon,

The Festival celebration will provide an opportunity bear witness to the culture through singing, dancing, and drumming.

For more information contact:

The Prince Rupert/Port Edward Gitmaxmak'ay Nisga'a Society:

Sabrina Clifton

Phone: 250-627-1595, or

email: salmonfestival@gitmaxmakay.ca

Laxgalts'ap ACW Annual

102nd Anglican Church Women's Annual

Diocese of Caledonia

2014 Nisga'a Nation Hobiyee

The Nisga'a Nation Hobiyee is an annual event of Cultural Dancing and Feasting of Traditional Nisga'a Food that commemorates the start of a new harvest season.  The 2014 Nisga'a Nation Hobiyee is hosted by the Nisga'a Village of Laxgaltsa'p, BC. 


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