We are the descendants of the Tlatlasikwala, Nakumgilisala and Yutlinuk peoples. Our Territory covers the lands and waters of northern Vancouver Island in British Columbia Canada. Our home village is at beautiful Bull Harbour on Hope Island.
Our peoples originated from spiritual places in our Territory, places we hold sacred today.Our peoples numbered in the thousands until contact with sailing vessels 200 years ago. We had no immunity to the introduced diseases. Today the survivors number 65 and we are working hard to re-build our community.
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Announcements & Opportunities
Gwab alis Fisheries Society
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday July 20, 2016
10 AM to 2 PM
Quarterdeck Marina Inn,
Port Hardy BC
For more information call Chrissy Chen
Tel. at 250-230-2043
Halibut Deckhand Opportunity
Deckhand needed on vessel "Lofoten"for 1 to 2 weeks in late August 2016 during halibut fishery. Applicant must hold all required certificates and have own rain gear, boots, and other work gear.
Please send your resume or letter of interest to your Nation's Fisheries Coordinator or email Chrissy Chen. Tel. 250-230-2043 .
Aquaculture Employment Opportunities. Tlatlasikwala community members interested in employment and/or training in aquaculture, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tlatlasikwala First Nation
Port Hardy BC Canada V0N 2P0
Our homelands are on Northern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The four corner posts of our Territory are Triangle (Scott) Island and Sea Otter Cove to the west and Pine Island and Balaclava Islands to the east.
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