NOTICE | LEGAL CLINIC dates for Laxgalts'ap.

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NOTICE | LEGAL CLINIC dates for Gingolx.

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Casting Call for "Holly Hobbie"

Casting Call for "Holly Hobbie"

We are proud to announce that Larissa Mair Casting and Associates is currently casting a new series: “HOLLY HOBBIE”!
We’re looking to cast the role of

Draft 2018-2019 School Calendars - School District No. 92 (Nisga'a)

The attached Letter dated February 22, 2018 along with the two draft 2018-2019 School Calendars have been sent out to the schools to be sent home with all students.

For inquiries please direct to the School District No. 92 (Nisga'a) Board Office at 250-633-2228.  Thank you. 


Nisga'a Nation represented well in the 59th Annual All Native Basketball Tournament

Sunday, February 11, 2018 - The Gingolx Cultural Dancers did the Opening Ceremonies for the 59th Annual All Native Basketball Tournament (ANBT) with a powerful opening that some players from other nation teams expressed that their performance re-connected them with their cultural roots and reminded them of what this tournament is all about.  Speakers included: Eva Spencer, ANBT Vice-President, Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brian, Nathan Cullen, MP, Jennifer Rice, MLA - North Coast, Sim'oogit Luudisdoos - Harry Moore and Gingolx Chief Councillor George Moore. The ANBT Committee presented the Gingo

Hoobiyee - Ts’amiks Edition 2018 a Success

What began several years ago as an opportunity for Nisg̱a’a citizens residing in the greater Vancouver area to celebrate Hoobiyee together - has evolved in to one of the City of Vancouver’s largest Indigenous cultural festivals. 

The 2018 Hoobiyee - Ts’amiks Edition took place February 2 & 3rd at the PNE Forum - a larger venue chosen by Nisg̱a’a Ts’amiks Vancouver Society - since the celebration outgrew the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre.

President Clayton Extends Support to the Family of Colten Boushie and the Red Pheasant Cree Nation

While Indigenous people have been making progress over the years, the outcome of Colten’s case brings a somber realization that our Indigenous people continue to face systemic injustices that go unaddressed. Colten’s story has raised the need for change, and a call to the government of Canada to assess the Canadian judicial system.


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