President Clayton Vancouver Sun Op Ed: Proposed tanker ban hurts the Nisg̱a’a people

March 13, 2018: Nisg̱a’a Nation President Eva Clayton’s Op Ed entitled ’Proposed tanker ban hurts Nisg̱a’a people’ was published by the Vancouver Sun.

Communications Coordinator

About the Organization

The Nisga’a Lisims Government (NLG) building opened its doors in 2000, and has since been responsible for a vital set of treaty and legislated functions in respect of the implementation of the Nisga’a Final Agreement (the “Treaty”) under various departments including Finance, Programs & Services, Fisheries & Wildlife, and Lands & Resources, all which contribute to the development of the surrounding area. NLG's directives are governed under Nisga’a laws as well as federal and provincial laws.

International Women's Day 2018

International Women's Day 2018

As a matrilineal society, the Nisg̱a’a Nation honours its women and their role in our lives as mothers, grandmothers, sisters, daughters, nieces and friends.  We also honour them as President, Secretary-Treasurer, Councillors, professionals in law, health, education, finance, human resources, science, trades, the arts, fashion. 

FREE Firewood available at Ross Lake Bridge construction site

There is free firewood (untreated spruce, pine, fir) available at the Ross Lake (Tseax 80) bridge construction site. It is located at the pullout approximately 1/2 km south of the bridge (see attached photo). Please inform the flaggers that you plan on stopping to pick up wood.

Wood will be available at various times during the bridge replacement project.


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