The following is a notice prepared and distributed by the Gitsegukla Band Council. Please see the PDF posting below.
Join us to help design a school that works for you, your family and your community.RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the below Notice of Substantial Performance from the Canyon Contracting Company.
Please see the below PDF notice regarding Rental Payments.
Get involved in the planning of the Gitxsan West Secondary School. RSVP: email@example.com
Please see the below PDF posting about building your own home in Gitsegukla. Learn more about Ministerial Loan Guarantees
Please read the below COVID-19 update
We will begin accepting Internet Payments again, In-Person and through E-transfer. Our office will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 1pm to 4pm. Read the PDF posting below for
In light of the current circumstances, Virtual Workshops are a great way to get people together while maintaining social distancing. To join the upcoming Virtual Workshops, email firstname.lastname@example.org saying you
This Wednesday July 1st, all staff, both on-site and remote will be observing the national holiday, Canada Day. We will resume normal business hours on Thursday July 2nd. We would
Vision & Planning for the New Gitxsan West Secondary SchoolThis is a virtual workshop, which can be joined through video conferencing. Pre-Registration is required, to register and get more info,
June 23, 2020 | 1:00 PM We invite you to witness and participate in the 2020 Aboriginal Day outdoor celebration! Onlookers are invited to enjoy the parade while maintaining social-distancing
View the latest notices from the Gitsegukla Band Council regarding COVID-19 and the procedures in place.
We are the Gitsegukla First Nation. In the Gitxsan language, Gitsegukla translates to “people living under the precipice” or more specifically, under the “Segukla” otherwise known as the “sharp-pointed” mountain.
With a population of about 500, our community sits at the confluence of the Kitseguecla and Skeena Rivers, approximately 40 km southwest of Hazelton, British Columbia. If we had to describe our community in two words, it’d be quiet and scenic. Being situated in the heart of the Skeena Valley, we are surrounded by the natural landscapes that our ancestors have lived off of for generations.
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Our community is rural, yet independent.
With an on-reserve Health Center, Administration Office, and Elementary School, our community members have access to the education and health resources they need.
Accompanied by the after-school Youth Programs, Community Events, Men’s Group, and the Occasional Workshop or two, we strive to make it possible for every community member to have opportunities to grow and learn something.
Our community’s well-being is important to us, because we are the community. We are the people and the leaders, and it’s our responsibility to look after our community and our land.
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