Cultural treasures displayed in their place of origin...
Nisga'a dancing and singing is in good hands...
A 113 year old journey...
A powerful symbol of rebirth and renewal...
Glacial fed rivers and creeks...
Pristine waters and dramatic landscapes...
We continue to pass down our stories...
Our ancestors were given animals to be used as crests by each wilp...
Nisga'a carving and art continues today...
Take only what you need to survive and leave the rest...
We respect the wisdom of our Elders...
A land of sacred mountains and dense forests...
Txeemsim... brought light to the world...
Nisga'a fisheries program is second to none...
We are all connected to each other...
Economic growth aligned with our Nass Area Strategy...
The natural beauty of our land welcomes you...
Hoobiyee... celebrating the Nisga'a New Year...
Post secondary education is a top priority...
Sustainable wildlife management...
Oolichan were traded along the Grease Trail...
People lived where the fish were - where our forefathers always lived...
Career paths defined ...
Vetter Creek... naturally filtered through ancient lava beds...
Working to resolve the land question...
Along the coast, the seafood capital of the Nass...
Nisga'a Museum / home to over 300 priceless artifacts...
You will be moved by the power and spirit encountered here...
Passing on ayuuk to our youth...
263 years ago, site of Canada's last great volcanic eruption...
1913 / Nisga'a Land Committee submits petition to British Privy Council...

Word of the Day

T’ooyaḵsiy̓ n̓isim̓

I thank you (plural)

In the news...

Nov 7
Notice in Accordance with Nisg̱a’a Law Notice of Nomination Meeting.jpg
Nov 5
Also see employment opportunities in pdf documents below Gitga’atVoice.PNG
Nov 2
Nisga'a Nation Executive Chairperson Brian Tait was a guest speaker at a forum discussing the reality of Aboriginals doing business on Thursday November 1st. Hosted on the traditional territory of... Read
Oct 30
New Aiyansh Headstart and the Nursury School Program: Dim Luu-k’il̓tdim̓l Nisga’a come to NLG annualy to to spook, trick or treat. As they made their way, they can be heard speaking the Nisga’a... Read
Oct 30
Wilp Si’ayuuḵhl Nisg̱a’a (WSN) convened its Fall sitting on Monday October 29, 2018, with the debate and passing of the Final Budget of the Nisg̱a’a Nation for fiscal year 2018-2019 as its primary... Read
Oct 26
The annual moose hunting season began on October 1 and will end on December 30, 2018.  A total of 184 Nisg̱a’a citizens submitted their names to be eligible to receive one of 52 bull moose permits... Read
Oct 23
Photographed above left to right are: Brenda Baptiste, Chair - Indigenous Tourisim BC Eva Clayton, President of the Nisg̱a’a Nation Gladys Atrill, Chair - Nothern BC Tourism  

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