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Update - September 22, 2021 - 9:45am: 

The Nisga'a Hwy has now fully reopened to single lane alternating traffic at Red Bluff and the work zone near London Bridge.

There will be intermittent delays in the London Bridge work zone for the remainder of the morning.

Know before you go and continue to check for current road conditions!


Update - September 21, 2021 - 8:45pm:

The section of the Nisga’a Hwy at Red Bluff will be open to single lane alternating traffic later this evening. Drivers should check DriveBC.

The temporary bridge installed in the work zone near London Bridge is now scheduled to open to single lane alternating traffic at 8:30AM tomorrow morning. There will be intermittent delays throughout the morning following the reopening of that section of the road.

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!  Check for current road conditions!


Update - September 21, 2021 - 3:29pm: 

The MoTI geotechnical team has determined that the Red Bluff area is safe for crews to begin cleaning the debris off of the highway.

The temporary bridge has arrived at the work zone near London Bridge. Crews from Laxgalts’ap and MoTI are prepping both sides of the channel for the bridge placement.

MoTI anticipates that the highway will reopen early this evening but can not provide a firm time at this point.


Update - September 21, 2021 - 11:20am:

The overland flooding in the work zone near London Bridge has caused a collapse of a portion of the concrete block wall in the area. Approximately 40 ft. of wall has failed. Water is currently running through the breached portion of the wall across the road and has cut a deep channel in the road surface.

MoTI is trying to source a temporary bridge that can be placed over the channel. At this point there is no timeline available for reopening the highway in that area.

Crews are awaiting arrival of helicopter to do aerial assessment of the Red Bluff area.


Tuesday September 21, 2021 - 9:00am:


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Da dip hooxhl lip algax̱am̓ ii aamhl hli nax̱n̓adit

When we speak our language it sounds so good.


Nisga’a Lisims Government (NLG), Council of Elders and the Interim Nisga’a Language and Culture Authority invites Nisga’a Citizens to complete the Nisga’a Language Assessment Survey.  NLG appreciates your participation and engagement in the planning of Nisga’a Nation language revitalization.  By clicking on the link below, you will be redirected to a ‘Survey Monkey’ online site that is used to process the Nisga’a Language Assessment Survey.  Please complete the survey questions which includes multiple choice questions and questions requiring you to enter feedback as comments.

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 The Special Assembly of the Nisg̱a’a Nation is taking place in the Nisg̱a’a Village of Ging̱olx May 7 - 11, 2018.

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In honour and support of the many Canadian veterans, Nisga’a Lisims Government participated in the Royal Canadian Legion’s annual Remembrance Day poppy campaign.  $317.75 in monetary donations have been collected by NLG and will be donated to the Royal Canada Legion - Terrace branch.

The Nisga`a Nation proudly honours and remembers the contributions of all of our beloved Nisga’a veterans on this Remembrance Day.

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