Are you looking for employment? There are a number of opportunities at the Red Chris mine including: Environmental Technician Equipment Operator Accounts Payable Professional Intermediate Accountant Administrator / Junior Planner Mill Operator Trainee The deadlines range from May 8th to May 22nd- make sure you apply! Click the link below to check out the most […]
Attention Members, The dates for the upcoming Red Chris community meetings have been announced. Please look at the list below and mark your calendar to attend the meeting in the community closest to you: February 17 (Tuesday): Dease Lake February 18 (Wednesday): Telegraph Creek February 19 (Thursday): Iskut February 20 (Friday): Watson Lake February 21 (Saturday morning): Whitehorse February 21 (Saturday afternoon): Terrace February 22 (Sunday morning): Smithers February 22 (Sunday afternoon): Prince George February 23 (Monday): Fort […]
We need your feedback! The Tahltan Nation is developing a partnership with the University of Victoria to deliver a community-based language program, focused on learning the Tahltan language, and creating provincially certified teachers. The program will offer a Diploma in Indigenous Language Revitalization, with the option of continuing on into a Bachelor of Education in […]
Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment 3:00-7:00 PM Meeting, October 15, 2014 The Tahltan Nation has hired Teranis Consulting to assess the environmental condition our land. Teranis will work with members to inspect the reserve and to identify where contamination is present or we think may be present. Teranis would also like to talk to any […]
We are looking to get your input to help shape a plan for the new village being created on Parcel A. The Castlemain Group will be hosting open houses on October 15 and 16 in Dease Lake and Telegraph Creek. Information gathered from you will be used to prepare a preliminary land use plan that […]
You are invited to join us at a series of community events to encourage First Nations across North America to lead healthier and more active lives. Please join us at one of these events and receive a HANs t-shirt and water bottle. Monday, October 6 – Iskut Meet at Klappan School for a walk to […]
The return of protesters to the Red Chris mine site this week reinforces how strongly both the Tahltan and others value our culture, our land and building a strong future for our children. As the elected government of the Tahltan Nation, the Tahltan Central Council (TCC) is the only organization with a mandate to represent the Tahltan […]
The Tahltan Nation has hired Teranis Consulting to assess the environmental condition our land. Teranis will work with members to inspect the reserve and to identify where contamination is present or we think may be present. Teranis would also like to talk to any members or elders who may have knowledge of current or previous land use that may […]
Iskut Open House & Dinner Friday, September 19, 2014 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Iskut Community Hall Telegraph Creek Open House & Lunch Saturday, September 20, 2014 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Tahltan Recreational Hall Dease Lake Open House & BBQ Saturday, September 20, 2014 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Dease Lake Community Hall
Through a summer-long cycling tour, Langley residents Desiree Wallace and Nicole Kilistoff, along with Landon Yerex from Courtenay, are raising funds and awareness in support of First Nations people’s environmental efforts in northwestern B.C. The surfers and snowboarders behind Beyond Boarding are connected to the land and sea. After all, they skim along the surfaces […]
Below are the results from the Tahltan Band Election for Chief and Council 2014:
This is the agenda for the 2014 Annual General Assembly. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Tahltan Central Council’s office at: 1-855-TAHLTAN.
The First Nations Social Development Society proudly supports First Nations communities. Part of this support is for persons of First Nations ancestry who are currently enrolled in Post-Secondary education. This FNSDS program is the GeorgeWatts Bursary. The George Watts Post-Secondary Education Bursary Award is designed to support First Nations students who are planning for a career in social […]
Indspire and Teck are working together to create opportunities for Indigenous youth in areas where Teck operates. The Teck Canadian Aboriginal Bursary provides financial support to Indigenous youth pursuing post-secondary education. The bursary is part of Indspire’s Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries and Scholarship Awards program. To apply for the bursary, students must select the “Post-secondary Award” option […]
The Tahltan Band May 2014 Newsletter is now available! In this edition you will find: Election Information Tahltan Band Nominations Tahltan Teens at North American Indigenous Games Information about the Chief’s Charity Bike Ride And Much More! You can read or download your copy here!
VICTORIA – Two clean energy agreements with the Province of B.C. will enable the Tahltan Nation to share revenue from run-of-river projects slated for the Northwest — the McLymont Creek hydroelectric project and the Volcano Creek hydroelectric project. The agreements will see revenue from the clean-energy projects reinvested back into the community, as part of […]
VICTORIA – The Province is investing $555,000 to support the operation and activities of the Tahltan Socio-Cultural Working Group (TSCWG), an award-winning government-to-government forum that aims to address social and cultural challenges that can accompany economic development in remote communities. The working group was established in May 2011 under the Northwest Transmission Line Negotiation Framework […]
On March 29 in Kelowna, BC, the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia presented their prestigious Leland Award to Smithers resident, Dempsey Callison. This honour recognizes professionalism in the ranks of big game hunting guides in British Columbia, Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest Territories. It was established in 2000, in memory of Leland Bradford, a talented […]
“We are deeply disappointed that Bill C-33 is simply an updated version of the October 2013 Proposal for legislation that was resoundingly rejected by First Nations,” stated Tyrone McNeil, President of the First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC). “Bill C-33 will effectively displace our BC First Nations Education System that First Nations have spent the […]
The RBC Aboriginal Youth Leadership Scholarship is open to all Aboriginal youth (First Nations, Metis and Inuit) aged 15-19 years. Priority will be given to youth who are actively playing a leadership role within their community. This scholarship will fund up to 85% of the course fees associated with one of Outward Bound Canada’s Youth […]
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