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Kitselas Treaty Land Use Plan Project

Project Overview The Kitselas Treaty Land Use Planning project is currently in Phase 1 of a multi-phased project aimed at creating a management framework for Kitselas Lands if the Kitselas Treaty is passed. This means the Treaty Land Use Plan

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2022 Community Calendars

Kitselas members, check your mailboxes for the 2022 Community Calendar! This calendar features beautiful photos from around the community, as well as lots of exciting Treaty facts and other information. If you haven’t received a calendar in your mailbox yet,

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Meeting Date Change

Please note that the January Treaty Information Session will be held on the last Monday of the month – January 24 – instead of the last Wednesday of the month. We will resume having meetings on the last Wednesday of


12 Days of Giveaways Start December 12

To celebrate the holiday season and keep you connected to the Treaty Topics, we have a fun holiday giveaway happening on our Facebook page – 12 Days of Giveaways!  Every day, starting December 12, we’ll be giving away a new

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We’re Hiring!

The Kitselas Treaty Team is looking for a Treaty Clerk to support the office team on administrative and engagement tasks, like community events, coordinating mailouts and printing, attending meetings, and working with Kitselas Members on Treaty-related topics. Must have: a

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Meet the Speakers – November 24 Meeting

At the Treaty Information Session Community Meeting on November 24, there will be a speaker panel discussing Constiutions as it relates to a Treaty. Learn about the speakers below: Kathryn Teneese is a citizen of the Ktunaxa Nation located in

Four Clan Poles (from left-right): Wolf Crest Pole, Raven/ Guam Crest Pole (Guam was the leader of the Raven clan in the early 1900s), Beaver Crest Pole (represents the Eagle Clan), Grizzy Crest Pole (represents the Killer-Whale clan). Located down at the Kitselas Canyon lookout in Gitaus. Photo credit: Marty Clemens
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Why Treaty Video

Shot this summer, the Kitselas’ Why Treaty video captures some powerful reasons why we are pursuing a Treaty. We have been engaged in the Treaty process since 1993, and countless people have devoted their lives to supporting our people through

Map of Kitselas
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What community roads do you use?

Kitselas Members, we’re asking you which roads are most important to you. This information will help shape the road structure under the Treaty, ensuring community members will have access to the areas they use the most. Everyone who completes the

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Trapline Treaty Related Measure

Erica Louie is currently doing research on traplines and will be presenting on traplines at the October 27 Treaty Information Session. A trapline is an area for which registration is granted to one or more licensed trappers for the trapping

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