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Maa-nulth Nations sign a government-government agreement

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

Want to become an Emergency Medical Responder?

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?

Childcare information for the Special People’s Assembly

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

Nation announces Elder Healthy Home Grant Pilot Project for citizens in Anacla

Huu-ay-aht First Nations has made taking care of our elders a priority. The Nation must ensure elders have access to the things they need to continue to live a comfortable, healthy life. This week, Executive Council passed a motion to create an Elder Healthy Home Grant Pilot Project for Huu-ay-aht elders living in Anacla. The … Continue reading Nation announces Elder Healthy Home Grant Pilot Project for citizens in Anacla