2017 Nisg̱a’a Elders & Youth Forum ’Bridging the Generations’ a Huge Success

The Council of Elders hosted a Nisg̱a’a Elders & Youth Forum themed ’Bridging the Generations’ in the Nisg̱a’a Village of Lax̱g̱alts’ap March 14, 15 & 16, 2017.

International Women's Day

As described at www.internationalwomensday.com, March 8, 2017 marks International Women's Day - a global day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.

To commemorate a great day, here is our message:

"Today we honor all women in all Nations, all Sigidim Haanak’ in our nation, all mothers, sisters, daughters.

The Tyee: To Support Indigenous Youth, MLA Melanie Mark Shares Her Own Struggle

We Matter has been collecting multimedia stories from people across Canada to offer support to Indigenous youth going through hard times.

This video features NDP MLA Melanie Mark, who shares her own story of dealing with bullying growing up and the time she attempted suicide at 19. It could have been lethal, Mark said, but she reached out to an aunt last minute.

“You have to let people know that you need the help,” she said.

Nisga'a teams give their all at the ANBT 2017.

Highlight action photos can be found here ----> ANBT 2017 Photos

The 58th Annual All Native Basketball Tournament was another one for the books for all the veteren athletes and the fast upcoming young all stars. From fundamentals to techniques, being a team player, all teams showed heart, courage, and respect for their opponents as a taught tradition in local tournaments and the ANBT.

FILM | NISGA’A VENDORS 2017

Watch the film here---> Nisga’a Vendors 2017 Film

Here we showcase some of the Nisga’a Vendors of 2017 starting at the 58th Annual Basketball Tournament in Prince Rupert BC. From textiles, to fasion, to jewlery, right to cosmetics, Nisga’a businesses are striving for success.  Check out their booths and support your local Nisga’a businesses. 

Si'aamhl Wilsim &T̓ooyaḵsim̓ n̓iin!

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