Huu-ay-aht First Nations is calling on the provincial and federal governments to live up to their promise to address the crisis facing Aboriginal youth in Canada. According to Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott, an estimated 40,000 First Nations children are in foster care in Canada, making up half of the total number of kids in … Continue reading Huu-ay-aht calls for action from political leaders on child care crisis
January 12, 2018 marks another historical event for the Maa-nulth Nations. VICTORIA – British Columbia and the five Maa-nulth First Nations are strengthening and affirming their treaty partnership through a new government-to-government agreement. This unique agreement was signed today by the Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, and leaders of the Maa-nulth First Nations. The … Continue reading Maa-nulth Nations sign a government-government agreement
There is an opportunity to become an Emergency Medical Responder in the new year. Registration starts January 8-12, 2018 and is welcome to Huu-ay-aht citizens and our neighbouring First Nation communities. There is no prerequisites needed to take the course, it is designed for everyone to be successful with the supports needed. Huu-ay-aht citizens can … Continue reading Want to become an Emergency Medical Responder?
Children 6 years and older will be going to Glenwood Center and the bus will be departing the Port Alberni Friendship Center at 9 a.m. sharp. If you are late and miss the bus, it is the parent's responsibility to get their children there. Children 0-5 will be at the Port Alberni Friendship Wellness Center, … Continue reading Childcare information for the Special People’s Assembly