5 Signs of Mental Exhaustion

Although summer can be enjoyable, it can also take its toll physically and mentally. Here we are, almost the end of the year, and a lot of people feel burnt out or exhausted. For that reason, it is important to pay attention to signals that your body may be sending to...

Maintaining Vibrant Traditions

Tradition does not have to be separate from technology. In fact, First Nations people have been inventing their own technology and using the resources at hand to get jobs done for eons.  Whether it was inventing fishing, hunting, gathering tools, or creating new ways...

North Coast Waterway Management Guidelines

Good morning Gitga'ata Friends, GOLD pleased to inform you that the new North Coast Waterway Management Guidelines came into effect yesterday, September 1, 2022. The Guidelines are designed to manage shipping traffic along the route from Kitimat through Douglas...

September 30th: The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 30th: The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

The National Day For Truth and Reconciliation commemorates the strength, dignity, and resilience of intergenerational survivors of the residential school system in British Columbia, as well as children who never came home. It’s an opportunity to educate and engage the...

An Introduction to the Gitga’at Guardians

An Introduction to the Gitga’at Guardians

The Gitga’at Guardians program exists to ensure that the environment, community, and food resources of the Nation are protected — both now and in the future. This is accomplished through various research and monitoring programs that are used to oversee resource...

Laxnuganaks Archaeology Update

The Gitga’at First Nation, Simon Fraser University, and Kitasoo Xai’Xais Nation are collaborating on a research partnership for Moore Islands (Laxnuganaks) archaeology.  Over the past three summers, the Gitga’at Guardians and a small team of archaeologists have...

Gitga’at Fork Lift Training Graduates!

L-R Allan Leland, Clark Clifton, Gary Reece, Gregory Reece These four gentlemen have successfully completed the forklift training that was offered on March 20, 2022.  Congratulations to all four and best of luck to you guys in the future!  If...

Vincent (Craig) Dundas Gitga’at Success!

Vincent (Craig) Dundas recently completed an Occupational First Aid (Level 3) course in Prince Rupert, which was funded by the Gitgaat First Nation.  A big shout out to Vincent for passing this tough course!  Congratulations!!If anyone is interested in...