Latest Treaty Updates

A Look Into Old Town Community Day.

We recently spoke with the co-organizers of the Old Town project, Spencer Greening and Dana Lepofsky. Here is some insight they offered about the project and Old Town Community Day. What is your role working in Old Town? Dana: I am one of the co-organizers (with...

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My First Experience With Old Town: A Crab Survey

The trip from Hartley Bay to Old Town is full of many beautiful sights. My purpose for the day was two fold. First: To discuss Marine Protected areas with Chris Picard, Science Director for Gitga’at Lands and Marine Resources and Second: To participate in a crab...

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Dispute resolution: What are the options?

  There are several options when it comes to disagreements during the treaty process. Many of these methods carry over into the resolution of all disagreements while others are suited more to high priority issues. So, what are our choices when things get tricky:...

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Gitga’at Pride, Stories of our People: Chris Bolton

Interview with Chris Bolton What would you consider as some of the things you are most proud of? There are a number of things I am most proud of: First person who lived in Hartley Bay to Graduate High School (1968) Achieved my accomplishments I set out to do in...

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Kiel Spring Harvest

We recently sat down with Corbin Greening to discuss the Kiel Harvest. Where is Kiel? Kiel is a 1 hour boat ride by speed boat south of Hartley Bay. It is on Princess Royal Island, south of the South-East corner of Gil Island and East of Ashdown Island. What was the...

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A Day In the Life of Treaty

Interviewer - Eric Anderson - Gitga'at Digital Communications Monitor Interviewee - Corbin Greening, Gitga'at Treaty Coordinator Please introduce yourself and your role with Gitga’at First Nation. My name is Corbin Greening. I am the Gitga'at First Nation Treaty...

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Top 5 Things The Treaty Team Is Working On.

Top 5 Things The Treaty Team Is Working On. 1) Communications/Education: On a day-to- day basis the term “Aboriginal Rights” does not come up very often. These rights are incredibly important to the Gitga’at First Nation as they provide the foundation for our leverage...

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Ernest Goodlet Hill Memorial Bulletin

Ernest Goodlet Hill was born in Hartley Bay, B.C. on August 3, 1940. He was the eldest son of Ernest Mathew Hill and Marjorie Hill (nee Robinson). He was predeceased by both his parents and brother Robert Hartley Hill (Violet) and survived by his sisters, Violet Rose...

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