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Payment Relief: June

Keeping in mind that some community members may be experiencing financial stress during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Gitsegukla Chief and Council...
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Payment Relief: June

Earth Day – May 2020

Help keep our planet clean and healthy! Join us in our Earth Day garbage pick up this Wednesday, Thursday, and...
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Earth Day – May 2020

TELUS COVID-19 Update – May 12th

Please see the following letter from TELUS regarding the COVID-19 situation and the supports offered by TELUS.
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TELUS COVID-19 Update – May 12th

Self Care Challenge – May

Take part in the May self care challenge! Challenge yourself and your family to take part in the slotted activities...
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Self Care Challenge – May

FAST Program Newsletter

The newsletter posting below contains valuable information about the FAST program (First Nation Action & Support Team) and the services...
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FAST Program Newsletter

Status Cards Accepted After Expiry Date

We would like to inform all First Nations that for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, expired Status Cards shall...
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Status Cards Accepted After Expiry Date

Water Shut Of Notice – May 11th & 12th

Please be advised: Residents of Park Drive, Steamboat Eddy and Kitchen Creek can expect intermittent water service disruptions on Monday,...
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Water Shut Of Notice – May 11th & 12th

Resources for Individuals

Here you can find various resources for First Nations individuals. Please view the PDF posting below for more info.
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Resources for Individuals

COVID-19: Community Update

The Gitsegukla Band Council would like to thank everyone for their cooperation, patience and understanding during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Ensuring...
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COVID-19: Community Update

COVID-19: Level 3 Update

This is an update to the Community Protection Measures – Level 3, first implemented on March 20th, 2020.  As stated...
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COVID-19: Level 3 Update

Welcome to the Gitsegukla First Nation

COVID-19 Information

View the latest notices from the Gitsegukla Band Council regarding COVID-19 and the procedures in place.

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About Us

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

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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