Welcome to Nadleh Whut'en
Where You Should Be
First Nations Drinking Water
I am working with Argyle Communications on the First Nations Drinking Water settlement, and we are reaching out to eligible communities to
Offer a link to online resources that may be helpful for making individual or band claim for the First Nations Drinking water settlement. It is a great package of content with posters, postcards, claim forms, Newsletters, webinars, social media post, radio public service announcements and more. Link: https://firstnationsdrinkingwater.ca/index.php/community-resources/
If your community needs hard copies, please provide the address to send this to by responding to this email.
Ensure there is awareness that individual members can also make a claim in addition to the Band being entitled to compensation. This includes "Specified Injury Claims".
The Band Council Confirmation List (BCCL) will help with this but is not essential to individual claims being completed.
The settlement is open for claims until March 7, 2023.
The First Nations Drinking Water website also provides communities with information.
Please feel free to let me know if there is someone different in the community who it would be better for me to contact. I am happy to have a phone or video call with you or anyone else in the community to answer any questions.
Thank you and take good care,
If you prefer you can contact the Claims Administrator (Deloitte) or Class Counsel (lawyers) directly (no charge for this support) at:
Claims Administrator: 1 833-252-4220 M-F 10am-6pm EST
Class Counsel: 1 833-265-7589; email@example.com (lawyers McCarthy Tetrault or OlthuisKleer Townshend)
First Nations Drinking Water Settlement
TELUS TECHNICIAN OPPORTUNITY
Sharing with you to see if you have anyone that might be interested in applying for Apprentice Service Technician (Burns Lake). Feel free to share with anyone you think might be interested. Any interested parties can apply using the link below.
Darren Ketlo | Indigenous Connectivity & Relationship Lead - BC North
Member of the Customer Network Planning team
Mens Wellness Group
Wednesdays at 6pm
Nadleh Womans Group
Wednesdays and Thursdays
Sturgeon Tag Recovery on Nautley River
On Sunday October 2nd two UNBC researchers will be searching the banks of the Nautley River for radio tags from juvenile sturgeon. These are believed to be sturgeon mortalities and this information will help in learning more about sturgeon health and populations. The search will be mainly on the south side of the Nautley River but may include the north side as well. The researchers hope to find the tags along the river bank, but may need to travel farther from the river if the sturgeon mortalities were caused by otter predation. If you have any questions, please contact the Nadleh Lands Dept at 690-7211.
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