Welcome to Nadleh Whut'en
Where You Should Be
Administration Building summer hours of 8 am to 3:30 pm with lunch from 12-12:30 pm, will start on Monday, May 15, 2023 and will return to regular business hours September 5, 2023.
Dear valued members,
We wanted to bring to your attention that the new outdoor arena area is currently an active construction zone. As a result, it is off limits to quads and ATVs for safety and other protocols. We kindly ask that you avoid this area until further notice.
We understand the excitement surrounding the new outdoor arena and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. However, safety is our top priority, and we ask for your cooperation in adhering to these guidelines. We appreciate your understanding and support in helping us maintain a safe and secure environment for everyone.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
NADLEH ELECTION CODE DRAFT
These documents are for anyone who missed the community meeting to review a Draft Custom Election Code. There will be a second meeting in Nadleh and PG to review the second Draft, with dates to be confirmed.
Questions and comments on any of the documents can be sent to Elisa Penn email@example.com
At the bottom of the Questionnaire it shows who to send the completed form to.
Chiefs, Leaders and Project Leads,
We are pleased to share that the University of BC and the Musqueam Indian Band (xʷməθkʷəy̓əm) will be co-instructing a 10-day training course on the use of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) in June 2023. This training course will occur over a two-week period:
June 12th-16th – In-Person Training (in Vancouver)
June 19th-23rd – Online Training (via Zoom)
We ask that you register for the training course here byt contacting Terry Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this training course is to provide capacity and guidance to lead communities who wish to use GPR in the location and protection of unmarked and undocumented burials associated with the sites of former Indian Residential Schools and Indian Hospitals in BC. Please know that you do not require specialized experience or expertise to take this training. This is a foundational training intended to provide project leads, archaeologists, researchers and/or cultural advisors with more information about the potential application of GPR.
This training course builds on the training co-developed and previously delivered by the University of BC and Musqueam Indian Band (xʷməθkʷəy̓əm). You can find more information on the training here: https://indigenousscience.ubc.ca/ground-penetrating-radar-gpr-partnership-between-musqueam-and-ubc/gpr-course-indigenous-communities. We will provide a more detailed outline of the course closer to the date.
There is no cost to take this training.
As there is significant interest in GPR training, this course will only be open to those First Nations and Tribal Councils who have been identified as the lead community or coordinating body for site-specific work such as conducting surveys on the sites of former Indian Residential Schools and Indian Hospitals in BC.
The costs of travel, accommodation, and meals will be covered for at least 1 representative from each lead community for the in-person portion of the training the week of June 12th-16th, 2023. Please note that representatives will be responsible for booking their own travel and accommodations.
As space is limited, we ask that lead communities select 1 representative to attend the training course. We will re-assess closer to the date to see if we can accommodate additional representatives from lead communities.
We acknowledge and thank the University of BC, Musqueam Indian Band, Indigenous Services Canada, and Crown-Indigenous Relations & Northern Affairs Canada for their contributions to offer this training opportunity.
More Job Opportunities
PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION JOBS
You can cc: email@example.com
The office phone is 250-699-5252
Contact is Jim Cooley
Artemis Gold – Blackwater Mine
For current job opportunities:
here is the link: https://www.artemisgoldinc.com/careers/position/equipment-operators/
Services and Programs
At Nadleh Whuten, we’re dedicated to enhancing the lives of residents in the community with our wide range of activities and programs. Our programs have been designed to be socially and educationally engaging for community members of all ages. Since the inception, our members have benefited from our variety of programs, and we’re happy to offer options for everyone to enjoy. Check out everything we have to offer, and swing by for a visit today!
Community of First Nations where the Salmon Return
Health for Elders and Hall of gathering where the Clans Balhats
Events, Schooling, Training, Culture, Language, Family, Housing, Services
Regalia returns home after so many years
Nadleh has long awaited the return of this beautiful ancestral garb which has finally found it's way home since being taken to a museum so many years prior. Chief Larry Nooski moved to tears to see his grandparents regalia after all this time. Very happy occasion was met with much celebration and dancing and feasting.
Our Fitness are specially designed to complement the day to day activities of our members — providing an opportunity for them to learn a new skill or change their daily routine. All of our programs and activities are designed to provide entertainment, education and fun in a warm and inviting environment.
Quality time for children and family consists of friendly faces, imaginary places and lots of fun! Your family will love our Wellness. These programs are specifically designed with age-appropriate needs in mind. Take a look at all the fun activities we are offering this year!
Mon - Fri: 8:30am to 4:30pm
closed for lunch from 12:00 to 1:00pm
PO Box 36
Fort Fraser BC