Please be advised: Residents of Park Drive, Steamboat Eddy and Kitchen Creek can expect intermittent water service disruptions on Monday, May 11 & Tuesday May 12th as a result of construction associated with the replacement of 3 fire hydrants in that area.

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

The Gitsegukla Band Council would like to thank everyone for their cooperation, patience and understanding during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Ensuring our community is well protected has come with challenges but we must persevere as one. The extent and severity of a potential local outbreak will be determined by the actions each of us take on […..]

This is an update to the Community Protection Measures – Level 3, first implemented on March 20th, 2020.  As stated in the March 20 notice, the community remains open only to local residents and essential personnel e.g. medical or elder care.  By implementing Level-3, Community Protection Measures we are significantly lowering the risk of infection […..]

Keeping in mind that some community members may be experiencing financial stress during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Gitsegukla Chief and Council have approved payment relief for the month of May 2020 for all tenants in Band Rental Units and Gitsegukla Internet Service subscribers, as detailed below.

The following information is intended to help you care for yourself and your loved ones during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please view the PDF posting below.

The Federal Government recently announced funding of $215 million for First Nation communities and Gitsegukla received $258,560 as part of the Indigenous Community Support Fund. The funds are intended to support the immediate needs of only on-reserve members dealing with the spread COVID-19… Read more in the pdf posting below..

As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, there has been an interruption to many health services operations so that community members may not be able to receive or deliver the primary health care that is needed. To ensure primary health care is accessible to all First Nations communities across the province, the First Nations Health […..]

As per Assembly of First Nations National Chief-Perry Bellegarde’s Declaration for all First Nations: Gitsegukla Band Council is hereby declaring a “State of Emergency” pertaining to Coronavirus-19 for the community of Gitsegukla. Read more in the pdf below.

On March 28, 2020, the Provincial Health Officer for British Columbia, Dr. Bonnie Henry, respectfully asked BC First Nations to cease all gatherings that would pose a risk to their elders and member with pre-existing medical conditions. Dr. Bonnie Henry reiterated the importance of not coming together physically, but understands it is challenging when ceremonies […..]