Negotiation team continues to update Huu-ay-aht leadership

Ḥaw̓iiḥ and Executive Council gathered at the House of Huu-ay-aht in Anacla July 20, 21 for an update on negotiations with Steelhead LNG. The Nation is open to exploring economic development opportunities that align with its goals and principals and continue to work toward developing a process that creates mutually beneficial working relationships. Huu-ay-aht appreciates … Continue reading Negotiation team continues to update Huu-ay-aht leadership

Investment in Bamfield by Huu-ay-aht appreciated by residents

In late January, the Nation purchased 11 properties in the Bamfield area. It took a lot of hard work to close the sale and even more to get the turnkey operations open and ready to accept visitors. On April 23, 2016, Huu-ay-aht First Nations invited its citizens, dignitaries, and residents of Bamfield to join them … Continue reading Investment in Bamfield by Huu-ay-aht appreciated by residents

Cynthia Rayner named Economic Development Officer for Huu-ay-aht

One of the new focus points in Huu-ay-aht’s 2016-2020 Strategic Plan is Economic Development. The Executive Council is pleased to officially announce that Cynthia Rayner will lead this department for the Nation. Cynthia started with the Nation in May, taking over the vacant Economic Development Officer position. In this position, she will focus on exploring … Continue reading Cynthia Rayner named Economic Development Officer for Huu-ay-aht

Listen to your Elders about “The Heart of the People”!

This is the first part of the documentary "The Heart of the People".  A unique opportunity to listen to Elders who are no longer with us, but speak about the Sarita River from the bottom of their tiičma (heart): Willie Sport - cultural historian, fisher and trapper. Lizzie Happynook - weaver whose pieces are exhibited at the Alberni … Continue reading Listen to your Elders about “The Heart of the People”!

Register now for the First Responders Program in Anacla

The Bamfield/Anacla First Responder Training Program will take place from April 25 to 30, 2016. The community expressed an interest in developing First Responder capacity recently. So, at this time, committed candidates are needed to fill 18 available spots . Please note that nine of the spots are reserved for Huu-ay-aht Citizens, as per the Nations' funding requirements. This … Continue reading Register now for the First Responders Program in Anacla