HGB wins aboriginal business award

BC Achievements Foundation celebrates the ninth annual BC Aboriginal Business awards this year. They will take this opportunity to recognize 19 indigenous businesses for their business achievements. Huu-ay-aht First Nations, is proud to announce that the Huu-ay-aht Group of Businesses has won the 2017 BC Aboriginal Business Award for outstanding business achievements in the Community-Owned … Continue reading HGB wins aboriginal business award

Citizens hired for People’s Assembly Planning

We are excited to share that Marena Dennis and Tiana Peters will be assisting Nene Kraneveldt with the planning of the September 30 People's Assembly. Hiring our citizens helps build capacity and connects directly into our strategic goal of "citizen development through empowerment and support." Marena will be calling citizens to register, managing the database and supporting … Continue reading Citizens hired for People’s Assembly Planning

Specific Claims Tribunal decision stands as Canada discontinues review

Anacla, B.C. (September 6, 2017) Huu-ay-aht First Nations is pleased to hear Canada will accept the Specific Claims Tribunal decision awarding the Nation $13.8 million in compensation for breaches of duty. Huu-ay-aht filed a claim with the Tribunal in 2011 about logging that took place on former Numukamis IR1 between 1948 and 1969. Huu-ay-aht chiefs … Continue reading Specific Claims Tribunal decision stands as Canada discontinues review

Public Notice of People’s Assembly

To all Huu-ay-aht Citizens: PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that: The annual People's Assembly will be held at 9:00 a.m. on September 30, 2017 at the Barclay Hotel, 4277 Stamp Avenue, Port Alberni with satellite locations connected via video at: Anacla Nanaimo Vancouver Victoria The Proposed Agenda and draft Tribunal Act Amendment are attached. Click here for the … Continue reading Public Notice of People’s Assembly

Huu-ay-aht commits $400,000 begin immediate work on recommendations made by the Independent Social Services Panel

Huu-ay-aht First Nations’ goal is to bring our people home – with a strong focus on our children. Since the fall of 2016, work has been underway within the Nation to build a future where Huu-ay-aht children are safe, happy, healthy, and connected with their families. An independent, four-member panel was appointed by Executive Council … Continue reading Huu-ay-aht commits $400,000 begin immediate work on recommendations made by the Independent Social Services Panel