Latest Treaty Updates

Success for the Gitga’at: Stories of our People

Richard Anderson completed his Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources and International Business at the University of Northern British Columbia in 2015. He currently works with the school district in Terrace, BC and hopes to one day become a teacher. Richard wants to...

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A Look Back, A Look Ahead

Gitga'at First Nation has long asserted our Rights and Title with strength and pride. In 1913, our chiefs declared that we will not enter into a discussion with the Crown about resolving the Lands issue without first recognizing the full extent of our collective...

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Condolences – Merle Reece

Gitga’at First Nation lost an Elder - Gitga’at Treaty would like to offer our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of the late Merle Reece.

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What it Meant to Win Versus Enbridge

The story of “David vs Goliath” draws many parallels to what the Gitga’at and other parties faced when going toe to toe with the energy giant known as Enbridge. The battle was fought by a small community concerned with their land and their rights against a nigh...

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The Gitga’at Treaty Page

First and foremost, this website is for the people of the Gitga'at First Nation. Treaty is a topic that must be considered thoughtfully and deliberately, through years of open communication. The Gitga'at Treaty team hopes that this website will serve as a place for...

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What do Aboriginal Rights mean to you?

Are you interested in writing about self-determination and Treaty? We would like to hear from you! We are interested in any and all perspectives. You can remain anonymous or we can publish your thoughts on our blog. Please contact our team or connect through the Ask...

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