Come carve a canoe with Team Huu-ay-aht

For thousands of years the Huu-ay-aht People have traveled the waters around the Barkley Sound and beyond by canoe. It is an important part of the Nations’ history that is still practiced today. This summer, citizens, staff, and chief and elected and hereditary council are invited to be part of this rich past by carving … Continue reading Come carve a canoe with Team Huu-ay-aht

Huu-ay-aht donates $6,000 to Tsilhqot’in wildfire relief efforts and challenges others to do the same

Close to 40,000 British Columbians are displaced as more than 160 wildfires burn in the province. In response to the emergency, Elected and Hereditary leadership from Huu-ay-aht First Nations has donated $6,000 to National Government Chiefs for its wildfire relief fund for the Tsilhqot'in. The communities of Tl'etinqox, ?Esdilagh, Yunesit'in, Tsi Deldel, Tl'esqox, and Xeni … Continue reading Huu-ay-aht donates $6,000 to Tsilhqot’in wildfire relief efforts and challenges others to do the same

Office Closures and Aboriginal Day Announcement

Due to the losses in the Huu-ay-aht Community, the Anacla and Port Alberni will be closed today, June 19. Members of the Quu’asa will be in Anacla at Čitxʷaama Cixʷatin (Soaring Eagle) to offer emotional support for community members. They will be there from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. today. Due to the community's loss, … Continue reading Office Closures and Aboriginal Day Announcement

Positive change coming for Huu-ay-aht children and families

June 1, 2017 – Anacla, British Columbia – Huu-ay-aht First Nations has identified “bringing our children home” as a priority for the Nation. 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 … Continue reading Positive change coming for Huu-ay-aht children and families

Huu-ay-aht and WFP build foundation for long-term and strong relationship

Western Forest Products Inc. and Huu-ay-aht First Nations announce that they have completed a transaction for the sale and purchase of three properties, including Western’s dry land sort, located in Sarita Bay, British Columbia for a purchase price of $3 million. The transaction also involves a long-term lease back of the dry land sort to … Continue reading Huu-ay-aht and WFP build foundation for long-term and strong relationship