Please remain diligent in protecting yourself, your family and the community. We would like to remind you that there is still risk in traveling outside of the community. Although News outlets have announced that numbers are decreasing, the risk of infection still remains and we ask that for the sake of your loved ones and […..]

Written by Anna Burke at Parvo is every new puppy and dog owner’s worst nightmare. In a matter of days, a perfectly healthy puppy can go from playful and active to fatally ill. Parvo in dogs is a preventable disease, however, all new puppy owners and breeders need to be aware of the risks of parvo, how to prevent […..]

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 June 2020 for all tenants in Band Rental Units and Gitsegukla Internet Service subscribers, as detailed below.

We are happy to introduce to our community, our new Health Director at the Gitsegukla Health Center, Julia Sundell. Read more in the pdf posting below…

We are happy to introduce Kyle Munro to our community. Kyle is a Nurse Practitioner, and will be providing his services to Gitsegukla through the Health Center. Read more in the pdf posting below…

Help keep our planet clean and healthy! Join us in our Earth Day garbage pick up this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Please separate garbage, wood, and metals and leave them at the curbside to be picked up. This initiative is to help improve the cleanliness of our community and to promote healthy living for our […..]

Please see the following letter from TELUS regarding the COVID-19 situation and the supports offered by TELUS.

Take part in the May self care challenge! Challenge yourself and your family to take part in the slotted activities on this calendar. Why stop there? Self care may be a challenge at times, but it’s something we all need daily. 🙂

The newsletter posting below contains valuable information about the FAST program (First Nation Action & Support Team) and the services currently available. For more information, please see the PDF posting below…

We would like to inform all First Nations that for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, expired Status Cards shall be accepted until the COVID-19 pandemic subsides and government office reopen.