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Level 3 Protection Measures Update

Our Gatekeepers are doing their best to protect Gitsegukla, however there are still some people that are not complying with...
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Level 3 Protection Measures Update

Our Community is Your Responsibility

Protecting the community is the responsibility of all that live in Gitsegukla and is not solely the responsibility of Council,...
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Our Community is Your Responsibility

Terrace BC Exposed to Infection

Please note the following was posted by the Terrace Standard at 3:07 pm: American traveler confirms positive for COVID-19 after...
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Terrace BC Exposed to Infection

Self Assessment Notice

The BC Ministry of Health strongly urges anyone who has symptoms – including a fever, cough, sneezing, sore throat, or...
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Self Assessment Notice

COVID-19 Update: Level 3

Community Protection Measures – Level 3 March 20, 2020 As a precautionary measure and to protect against the potential harm...
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COVID-19 Update: Level 3

Office Closure Notice

Gitsegukla Administration, Health and Education facilities are closed until further notice as precautionary measure.
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Office Closure Notice

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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.

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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