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Frequently Asked Questions on food fish program

Traditionally Huu-ay-ahts grew up on a seafood-rich diet. Although many citizens now live away from their traditional territory, it is still an important part of their culture.  Huu-ay-aht First Nations is committed to supplying its citizens with fish when it is in season.  The amount that Huu-ay-aht citizens currently receive is dependent on the amount […]

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New email address offers more feedback on food box program

The priority of Huu-ay-aht First Nations is the health of its citizens. We have been listening and are told that it is getting more challenging each month to make money stretch. We have also been told that it is difficult for some Elders to get to a store due to mobility and transportation issues. Many […]

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Update – Shellfish Biotoxin closure lifted for Sarita and Numukamis Bay

Huu-ay-aht First Nations would like to notify all shellfish harvesters that the harvest prohibition in Subarea 23-4 (Numukamis Bay and Sarita Bay are located) and 23-5 has been lifted for manila clams, littleneck clams, oysters and mussels. The majority of other subareas in Area 23 remain closed to all shellfish harvest. Full details of the […]

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Please note, effective August 11,  James Edwards is no longer an employee of Huu-ay-aht First Nations. We will continue to work to maintain the Huu-ay-aht Values, Ethics and Code of Conduct. If you need to speak to someone about this matter, please direct any questions to Karen Haugen, Acting Executive director; 250-723-0100.

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