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Two Day hands on workshop to learn start to finish brain tanning deer and moose hides.
To Register for this course please send an e-mail to email@example.com and E-transfer funds to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost per person is $140 and includes a hot lunch both days. Contact : 250 635 6983 or e-mail email@example.com for further info.
A celebration remembering Lost Loved Ones who’ve passed on. A day of live music, auction, raffle, food and sky lanterns.
Featuring live music from BADFISH, REZNECKS, SPITFIRES, OUTTA THE BLUE, KEVIN HUSBAND, and CARSEN GRAY.
Dance to follow at Skidegate Small Hall from 10pm-2am $10-featuring from Vancouver -LIQUID -w/Gig -No MINORS-dance/raffle tickets available
at Taaw Naay, Longhouse, Causeway, Howlers Private Liquor Store…
ALL proceeds from both events donated to The Jesse Jones Memorial Fund, BC Children’s Hospital Oncology Clinics Treasure Chest and Sk’aadgaa Naay Greenhouse
Join Ksan Society and Police Based Victim Services for our annual appreciation luncheon on May 30th in honor of all victims and survivors of crime, Transforming the Culture Together. We will also be acknowledging our local service providers. Lunch will be served from 12:00 – 2:00 at Ksan Place 2812 Hall St. Terrace. We will have speakers and a Kiosk table. Event will go on rain or shine. Any inquiries please contact Vickie Montgomery the Community Based Victim Services at 250-635-2373 ext.30
This event was funded by the Victims Fund, a grants and contributions program administered by the Department of Justice Canada. Funds are available to provinces, territories and non-governmental organizations for programs and services that give victims and survivors of crime a more effective voice in the criminal justice system. For more information about the Victims Fund, please visit: http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/
For more information on Victims and Survivors of Crime Week, visit: www.victimsweek.gc.ca.
It’s that time of year again where the community starts to get ready for their annual May Long Weekend Tournament.
The Sports committee and Sports Tourny Representatives of Gitwangak would like to invite your Teams and all the fans out to make this another successful tournament. Enjoy the following events: Mens/Womens/Youth Soccer, Mixed Scrub, Vendors,a Fundraiser Dance, and much more!
This is an information session for UNBC’s Gitxsan Developmental Standard Term Certificate (DSTC), which is a university credit program that prepares students to teach Gitxsanimx language and culture in schools.
This certificate is granted by the Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB) of the Ministry of Education. Upon completion, application is made to the TRB for the Developmental Standard Term Certificate.
The full program will meet the requirements for three separate UNBC credentials:
1. Certificate in First Nations Language;
2. Diploma in First Nations Language;
3. DSTC Certificate.
Upon successful completion of the DSTC students can transfer their credits to pursue a UNBC undergraduate degree, such as a Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Arts (First Nations Studies), or a Bachelor of Social Work.