Community News & Event listings

Band Member Address Update Online Form

Band Members can fill out this form to update their address and stay informed.

>>> Click HERE to update online <<<

>> First Nations in BC Knowledge Network: Jobs / Opportunities Website

Check out latest job postings from First Nation communities across BC: >> <<

The First Nations in BC Knowledge Network job board is updated daily, check it often.

>> Kitsumkalum Members are Invited to an Archaeological Presentation on the Investigations at Ya asqalu'i/ Kaien Island, Prince Rupert Harbour, Casey Point, Barratt Rock & Watson Island

>> Job Posting - Kitsumkalum Boat Launch/ RV Park Attendants

>> Healthy Children & Families All Nations Leadership Gathering May 26, 2017

>> “Driving to Careers” - Drivers license program in Prince Rupert

Contact Tom Harwood to sign up: 250-635-6172 ext. 103 or 250-641-3207

>> "A Career in Trades" info. Session

Contact Tom Harwood to sign up: 250-635-6172 ext. 103 or 250-641-3207

>> YOUTH - Leadership Skills & Wilderness Training

Contact Tom Harwood to sign up: 250-635-6172 ext. 103 or 250-641-3207

>> Chief Financial Officer - Job Posting

>> Kitsumkalum Fish & Wildlife Operations - Job Posting

>> Prince Rupert Members are Invited to meet Kitsumkalum's Employment & Training Coordinator May 17, 2017

>> 'Na Aksa Gyilak'yoo School - Registration is now Open

>> Kitsumkalum Land Use Plan RFP: Addendum (No. 1)

>> Download here <<


>> RFP: Kitsumkalum Community Land Use Plan

Scope of Proposals:
Kitsumkalum First Nation (Kitsumkalum) invites proposals from qualified consultants to develop a Community Land Use Plan in accordance with this Request for Proposals (RFP).


Proponents having questions and seeking clarification respecting the RFP shall do so in the following manner:

• Questions shall be submitted in writing by email to the Community and Land Code Planner, Mag de Grace, MCIP RPP, at

• Questions shall be submitted by 4:00 p.m. April 10th, 2017.

• Answers to all submitted questions will be emailed to those posing questions and also posted on the Kitsumkalum website until April 17th, 2017.

Submission Deadline:

Proposals must be received by 12:00 pm (noon) on April 24, 2017. Proposals received after the deadline will not be considered.


>> Celebration of Life for the late Siegi Kriegl

>> Important Notice re: Sockeye Harvest Closure 2017

>> JOB POSTING - Community Based Family Support Worker

Closing Date: April 28, 2017

>> Native Plant Nursery Feasibility Study - Results Discussion - April 11, 2017

>> CCP Community Dinner Meeting March 28, 2017

>> CCP Open House Invitation: March 16, 2017

>> Download the Kitsumkalum's CCP 1st draft <<

Send comments and feedback back by March 24, 2017 to

>> BC Hyrdo Aboriginal Scholarships & Bursaries

>> Download Application Form .PDF <<

Deadline to Apply: May 15, 2017

>> Open House Invitation: March 8, 2017

>> Native Plant Nursery Employment Online Questionnaire

Click here: to fill out the survey and be entered to WIN an iPOD - March 6 - 27, 2017

We want to hear from you about your interest to work in a native plant nursery (greenhouse) in Northwestern BC.

Your answers will help inform a feasibility study to develop a native plant nursery business that would create full time and part time jobs for First Nations in the region.

This project is being led by Tri-Nations Environmental Initiative in collaboration with the Kitselas and Kitsumkalum First Nations.

>> ThriveNorth Business Challenge 2017!

Win up to $10,000! Enter at

>> Important Information regarding Kitsumkalum 2017 Election

Date posted: February 24, 2017

>> Download Statemenet of the Vote - Kitsumkalum General Election <<

>> Kitsumkalum Housing Committee Call

>> Logo Design Contest - $2,500 Award!

>> Information regarding Kitsumkalum 2017 Election

Date posted: January 18, 2017

>> Download Kitsumkalum First Nation Notice of Election For Chief and Council <<

Important Information regarding the Kitsumkalum Nomination Meeting & 2017 Election Dates

Please make sure your address is current and let family members know how quick and easy it is to update their address after moving by calling the Band Office TOLL FREE: 1-877-635-6177 or the Electoral Officer: Loreen Suhr: 1-855-964-1016

Important Information regarding the Kitsumkalum Nomination Meeting & 2017 Election

Kitsumkalum Nomination meeting will be held at the Kitsumkalum Communith Hall on January 12, 2016
From 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Kitsumkalum Election will be held at the Kitsumkalum Community Hall on February 23, 2017

>> Download: Notice of Nomination Meeting .PDF

>> Download: Mail-in Voter Declaration to Nominate Candidates .PDF

>> Download: Mail-in Nomination Form .PDF

Questions? Contact Loreen Suhr, Electoral Officer Toll Free: 1-855-964-1016,

>> CANCELLED: Kitsumkalum TRM Info. Session on Fisheries

>> CANCELLED: Kitsumkalum TRM Info. Session on Fisheries

>> Kitsumkalum Major Projects Winter 2017 Update

>> Download Major Projects Winter 2017 Update.PDF

>> CANCELLED: Kitsumkalum TRM Info. Session on Fisheries


>> BC Indigenous Women's Business Entrepreneur Mentorship Circle

>> Arrangements for the Late "Sagapgyoo" Annabelle Osborne

>> ** NEW DATE** All Candidates Forum - February 21, 2016





>> ** NEW DATE** All Candidates Forum - February 21, 2016

>> Important Information regarding Kitsumkalum 2017 Election

Date posted: January 18, 2017

>> Download Kitsumkalum First Nation Notice of Election For Chief and Council

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Employment Training Coordinator

Latest View from British Columbia on Kitsumkalum as Tsimshian - Letter from Chief Councillor

>> Download full .PDF letter

Community DINNER Workshop - January 19, 2017


Attention to: Youth, Parents & Grandparents
Funding is available for an exciting program happening during Spring Break this March!

This four day production program is an opportunity for up to 20 youth (ages 13 to 29) to produce and distribute short films about the issues they care about most.

Visit for more information.

Contact Laura Miller if you're interested in signing up: 250-635-6177 ext 116 or

January Jumpstart Opportunities

Kitsumkalum Health - January Community Events

Invitation: NDP Skeena All-Candidates Debate

You are invited to the “NDP Skeena All-Candidates Debate” on January 12, at the Kitsumkalum Community Hall, hosted by Kitsumkalum First Nation.

This debate aims to provide a two-way opportunity for First Nations peoples and the four NDP Candidates to get acquainted and to hear the candidates’ responses to randomly selected First Nations community-based questions. NDP Skeena

Provincial Candidates are:
- Bruce A Bidgood
- Michael Prevost
- Nicole N Bryan Halbauer
- Sarah Zimmerman
Debate Moderator: Marian Kotowich-Laval, UNBC Aboriginal Services Coordinator

Please join us and participate! First Nations community-involvement is the cornerstone of this event and the future of BC. The goals of this event are to meet the NDP Skeena candidates and conduct a debate based on questions largely related to aboriginal and First Nations peoples and issues.

Aboriginal Pre-Cadet Training Program

Date Posted: January 6, 2017

Expressions of interest must be made by January 13th 2017

Job Posting Deadline Extended! 'Na Aksa Gyilak'yoo Student Teacher

Community Consultation Meeting: New Replacement School

Date posted: January 3, 2017

Community Meeting Date: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 5:30pm Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Terrace & Prince Rupert Employment & Training Meeting Info.

Date posted: December 22, 2016

Please pass this information on to all band members in Terrace and Prince Rupert.

Join Us This Christmas Eve

Pre-Apprentice - Power Line Technician Program

Date Posted: December 21, 2016

Click here for more info:

If you have anyone interested, I encourage them to reach out to our Aboriginal Employment and Business Development reps: Jay Gladish ( or Valerie Monkman ( for support in the application process.

Train to be a Health Care Assistant!

Date Posted: December 21, 2016

Applications can be picked up at Kitsumkalum Health Centre, call to pick up yours today! 250-635-6172

Click here for more info: 

Comfort Inn and Suites is Hiring, Apply Now!

Date Posted: December 19, 2016

Important Information regarding the Kitsumkalum Nomination Meeting & 2017 Election Dates

Please make sure your address is current and let family members know how quick and easy it is to update their address after moving by calling the Band Office TOLL FREE: 1-877-635-6177 or the Electoral Officer: Loreen Suhr: 1-855-964-1016

Important Information regarding the Kitsumkalum Nomination Meeting & 2017 Election

Kitsumkalum Nomination meeting will be held at the Kitsumkalum Communith Hall on January 12, 2016
From 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Kitsumkalum Election will be held at the Kitsumkalum Community Hall on February 23, 2017

>> Download: Notice of Nomination Meeting .PDF

>> Download: Mail-in Voter Declaration to Nominate Candidates .PDF

>> Download: Mail-in Nomination Form .PDF

Questions? Contact Loreen Suhr, Electoral Officer Toll Free: 1-855-964-1016,

Date Posted: December 12, 2016

Job Posting: generalist teaching position available for Grades K-3 (multi-grade classroom)

Looking to Volunteer?


>> View Kitsumkalum Financial Information here <<


Please do not park on residential roads to allow for snow removal

Funding is available for Kitsumkalum members wishing to take part in training, education and employment-readiness programs.

Contact Kitsumkalum's ETE Coordinator Laura Miller for more information:
Phone: 250-635-6177 (ext. 116)
Fax: 250-635-4622
Toll-free: 1-877-635-6177 (ext. 116)

Kitsumkalum Community Meeting November 28, 2016


Conference Date: November 23, 2016

FREE Family Skate - Sunday Nov. 20, 2016

TELUS contractors will be in Kitsumkalum, stringing up Fiber/ High speed internet to homes. Home owners have the option to sign up by calling Telus 1-855-595-5588

Community Speakers Series: History of Robin Town Nov. 8, 2016


Call Geier for questions: 250-638-1100

First collection is on November 14, 2016 starting with Organics and Garbage. Garbage must be out by 8:00am

2016 Curbside Collection Schedule

November 14, 2016 - Organics & Garbage

November 21, 2016 - Organics & Recycling

November 28, 2016 - Organics & Garbage

December 5, 2016 - Organics & Recycling

December 12, 2016 - Organics & Garbage

December 29, 2016 - Organics & Recycling

December 26, 2016 - ** HOLIDAY ** Organics & Garbage collection will be December 27, 2016



>> Download Curbside Guide <<


Thinking of composting or how to get rid of organics/ food scraps?

How To Videos:
- Everything You Need to Know About Compost:

- How to store your food scraps before collection day:

- How to Make Organic Compost at Home:

-Tips to prevent odours and pests with Food Scraps/Organics from the Regional District of Nanaimo & City of Vancouver:




Stay tuned for the upcoming community meeting on how to sort hosehold waste, and figure out what's garbage, recyclables, organics. 


Downloads & Resources

>> **NEW** Terrace's hand out: Fall 2016 Curbside Garbage & Recycling Collection Guide <<

>> **NEW** Recycling & Depot Directory: Terrace Area - May 2016 <<

>> Food Scrap Separation (Organics) Factsheet

>> Cardboard and Paper Segregation

>> List of Items Recyclable at curbside and Depot

>> Click here for: Curbside How To: Recycling and What's Included Guide

>> Service Specification for Proposed Curbsude Collection Service



Call: 250-615-6100 to pre-register!




Land Use Introductory Meeting November 3, 2016

New date from postponed October 5, 2016 meeting

Effective November 1, 2016 All Community Garbage Bins Removed in Kitsumkalum

Community Meeting this October 27, 2016 6:00 pm Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Kitsumkalum Craft Fair 2106

>> Download vendor registration form for 2016

Kitsumkalum Tempo Gas Bar Dontates 2 garbage/recycling bins for each household in Kitsumkalum IR1!

On November 1 Quit tobacco for 24hrs and you could win one of two $250 prizes.

For Contest details go to:

Indspire's Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarshops & Awards Deadline Approaching!

Indspire is looking for Indigenous students (First Nation, Metis, and Inuit) who are currently enrolled in a full-time program that is at least 8 months in length to apply to the upcoming November 1st application deadline. Students in apprenticeship, skilled trades and technology part-time or full-time certificate or diploma programs may also apply. These programs can be from one month to two years in length.

Below you will find a 30-minutes BBF “How to Apply” webinar and a link to the online application. This is an EXCELLENT webinar and provides all the information your students will need to apply. As well, I’ve attached a checklist for students to use to ensure they have included all of the required documents.

“How to Apply” webinar-

Apply online at

If you would send this information out to all of your students and post it on your social media, that would be greatly appreciated. We want to support as many of your students as possible and hope you’ll assist in encouraging them to apply.

Students may contact if they have any questions or experience struggles with the application.

Regalia Workshop with First Nations Artist Mike Dangeli


STONE MOVING: October 22, 2016


>> Click here to search jobs and careers at the CRA



Kitsumkalum 2016 Health Fair

2016 Christmas Craft Fair Application

>> Download Application HERE <<

Services for the late Mildred Roberts

Our sincere condolences to the friends and family of Mildred Roberts.  

Mildred Selina Roberts Née Bolton Sit'aał Gamaats Waap Łagaax Kitsumkalum Gisbutwada

Memorial service: October 7, 2016
Doors open at 5:30 pm
Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Funeral Service: October 8, 2016
2:00 pm
Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Potluck Feast to follow:
Doors open at 5:00 pm

Monetary donations can be given to Stella Gerow, Christina Stanley, Andrea Sam-Good  

Potluck food coordinators: Verna Inkster, Lori Marion, Anona Budden

Kitsumkalum Land Code Introductory Meeting - POSTPONED

Meeting Date: postponed

Quickly learn about Kitsumkalum's participation in Land Designation and what it means for membership.


Kitsumkalum Land Code/ Land Management Bulletin

Quickly learn about Kitsumkalum's participation in Land Designation and what it means for membership.


>> Clean Energy BC is seeking a Research Assistant

Date Posted: September 27, 2016

>> The Skeena Current - September newsletter

>> Job Posting: Part-Time Bookkeeper

Kitsumkalum Land Code/ Land Management Bulletin

Quickly learn about Kitsumkalum's participation in Land Designation and what it means for membership.


>> FASD Awareness Day - Terrace Event September 9, 2016

Call Kitsumkalum Health Centre to check about ride availability 250-635-6172

>> Take the BC Transit Survey before September 16, 2016

Survey link:

>>Every Child Matters - Orange Shirt Day September 30 2016 - T-shirt Orders


>> Kitsumkalum Community Hall 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


>> Kitsumkalum Community Hall 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Public Meeting Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>>School District 82 - Back to School Notice & Bus Schedule


>> Campfires and open burns to be restricted in Northwest

SMITHERS - Effective at noon on Friday, Aug. 19, 2016, campfires and other types of open burning will be prohibited in some areas of the Northwest Fire Centre to help prevent human-caused wildfires and protect public safety.

Anyone conducting an open burn in the affected areas must extinguish any such fire by noon on Aug. 19, 2016. This prohibition will remain in effect until Sept. 30, 2016, or until the public is otherwise notified.

Category 2 and Category 3 open burning prohibitions:

A map of the areas where Category 2 and Category 3 open burning will be prohibited is available online here.

In these areas, there is also a prohibition on the use of some fire-related equipment, including:

* fireworks, including firecrackers
* burning barrels
* sky lanterns
* air curtain burners
* exploding binary targets

Campfire bans: A map of the areas where campfires will be prohibited is available online here. In these areas, there is also a prohibition on additional fire-related equipment, including:

* tiki torches (and similar kinds of torches)
* stoves and campfire apparatuses that are not CSA or ULC approved

This fire equipment prohibition does not apply to a cooking stove that uses gas, propane or briquettes, or to a portable campfire apparatus with a CSA or ULC rating that uses briquettes, liquid fuel or gaseous fuel, so long as the height of the flame is less than 15 centimetres.

These prohibitions cover all BC Parks, Crown lands and private lands, but do not apply within the boundaries of a local government that has forest-fire prevention bylaws in place and is serviced by a fire department. Before lighting any fire, people should check with local authorities to see if any other burning restrictions are in place.

To learn more about open burning categories, fire bans and fire restrictions, please visit:

Anyone found in contravention of an open burning prohibition may be issued a violation ticket for $1,150, required to pay an administrative penalty of $10,000 or, if convicted in court, fined up to $100,000 and/or sentenced to one year in jail.

If the contravention causes or contributes to a wildfire, the person responsible may be ordered to pay all firefighting and associated costs.

To report a wildfire or open burning violation, call 1 800 663-5555 toll-free or *5555 on a cellphone.
You can follow the latest wildfire news on: * Twitter: * Facebook: Media Contact: Haley Williams Fire Information Officer BC Wildfire Service Northwest Fire Centre 250 847-6639 Connect with the Province of B.C. at:

Fire Centre Bulletin 2675

>> Kitsumkalum Solid Waste Changes - Communtiy Meeting Reminder for
August 24, 2016 with Richard Inskter

Date posted: August 18, 2016

>> Skeena-Nass moves to Level 3 drought rating

Water conservation is everyone's responsibility. Skeena-Nass moves to Level 3 drought rating

Water conservation tips at home:
- Limit outdoor watering.
- Don’t water during the heat of the day or when it’s windy.
- Consider planting drought-tolerant vegetation.
- Take shorter showers.
- Don’t leave the tap running.
- Install water-efficient showerheads and toilets.

As a result of prolonged dry conditions along the coast, the Province is urging water users in the Skeena and Nass regions to voluntary reduce water use by 30%. The area is currently experiencing Level 3 hydrological drought conditions, which call for voluntary water-use reductions of 30% from all surface-water and groundwater users, including municipal, agricultural and industrial users.  

>> Read more here <<

>> Youth Canoeing Day Adventure! August 26, 2016

Kitsumkalum Youth Ages 7 to 18 - Sign up today for a Canoeing Day Adventure with Outer Coast Outfitters!

Drop off time & meeting about the day 9:00 am @ Kitsumkalum Health Centre

Canoeing Location: Red Sand Lake Dress in layers and bring extra set of clothing – Heading out rain or shine

Parents/Guardian pick up 5:00 pm @ Kitsumkalum Health Centre

Lunch & Snacks are provided

Please contact Andrea Sam 250.635.6172 ext. 108 ( or Heather Bohn 250.635.6177 ext. 106 ( to sign up.


Attend this information meeting regarding options for sorting organics, waste and recyclables

Invite friends and family to the Facebook Event:


Complete the survey here >>> <<< for a chance to win a fishing rod & Wheel

>> Scammers Swindle Vulnerable Canadians - Know how to recognize a scam

When the CRA contacts you, it makes sure your personal information is protected. The handout explains what the CRA will and will not do when making contact with taxpayers.

>> JOB POSTINGS: Kitselas,Tri-Nation Environmental Initiative (TNEI)

>> Download: Lead Brusher << - Start August 15, 2016 $22/hr

>> Download: Laborors/ Brushers << - Start August 15, 2016 $19/hr

>> Download: Surveyor(s)-Bird Nests << - Start August 15, 2016 $19/hr

>> Download: First Aid Attendant << - Start August 15, 2016 $19/hr

Protect yourself against fraud, check out quick tips here: >> <<

Tips for email scams, phone scams, credit card scams, and caller ID spoofing scams

>> Workforce Exploration Skills Training (WEST) - GET THE LAST SEATS!!!!

NWCC still has some spots available in the WEST program. From Sept 15 - Oct 24 while in camp get:

FREE Accommodation;
FREE Food;
FREE Work gear, as needed; and,
FREE Tuition in and certification for:

∙ Timber Cruising Field Skills ∙ Mining Exploration Field Skills ∙ Natural Resources Field Skills ∙ Cultural Resource Management ∙ Job Maintenance and Workplace Effectiveness ∙ Occupational First Aid Level 1 ∙ Transportation Endorsement ∙ WHMIS ∙ Bear Awareness Training ∙ S-100 Fire Suppression ∙ H2S Alive ∙ Chainsaw Safety

Just fill out your application and get it to (or or fax to the below fax #) as soon as you can!

Note: Don't let not obtaining your transcripts stop you from sending in an application. Transcripts are not mandatory to be accepted into the program. (T) 1-877-277-2288 ext. 5877 (F) 1-866-497-3609


>> Job Postings

>> Kitsumkalum Socioeconomic Study Status Report 2016

>> Download 2016 Socioeconomic Study Status Report <<

>> Kitsumkalum Treaty Negotiation Fisheries Information Requet & Drop-in

July 22, 2016 @ Kitsumkalum Community Hall from 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Survey Drop in

July 24, 2016 Prince Rupert - Drop-in @ Inn On The Harbour

Complete the survey here >>

Submit your marine harvest photos with #KitsumkalumThrives for an extra entry to win survey prize of fishing rod and tackle!

Before you submit: important legal information

Everyone who submits a photograph must read and agree to the following release. If you are under 18 years of age, a parent or legal guardian must agree to the terms of this agreement on your behalf. By submitting marine harvest photos with #KitsumkalumThrives to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram you agree to the following photo release:

1. I agree that the Kitsumkalum Band (Kitsumkalum, Kitsumkalum Indian Band, Kitsumkalum First Nation) may use the Photograph that I have submitted under the following terms and conditions:

2. I own this Photograph, and I own all the rights, including copyright, necessary to submit this Photograph to Kitsumkalum. I am the sole owner of copyright on this Photograph, and I understand that I am granting Kitsumkalum the nonexclusive right to use it in any way that Kitsumkalum sees fit.

3. I consent to indemnify Kitsumkalum against any claim, demand, action, suit, or other proceedings against Kitsumkalum arising out of the use of the photograph and related to any false or inaccurate statement.

4. I grant this authorization free of charge.

5. Participants who have modeled or posed in the photo have assigned all relevant rights to me.

To qualify for an additional fishing rod & tackle entry you must first complete the survey, which can be found on the Kitsumkalum website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram pages and printed copies can be located in the Kitsumkalum Treaty office.

Thank you for your participation! Tag and add #KitsumkalumThrives to your photo uploads


Date: July 23, 2016 from 10:00 am - 2:30 pm at the Waap Galts’ap (Northwest Community College Longhouse)

>> First Nations Fisheries Council Newsletter Download

>> Download the First Nations Fisheries Council Comminique here <<

>> Northwest Fire Centre July Newsletter

>> Download the Northwest Fire Centre July Newsletter here <<

>> GIS Training in Prince Rupert - September 6th, 2016

>> Notice from TELUS

>> Congratulations 2016 Graduates!

>> Women's Self-Care Group

>> Kids Bowl Free in Terrace! June 15 - August 28, 2016

>> Kids n' Kops Summer Camp


Starting July 18 - August 18, 2916 @ Kitsumkalum Health Centre

Monday - Thursday 10am - 2pm Wednesdays are Field Trip Days!

Light lunches are provided

>> Kitsumkalum Housing & Property Development Notice: June 29, 2016

>> Elder's Loonie Auction: June 30th, 2016

>> GET YOUR TICKETS! Tempo Fishing Derby July 9-10, 2016

You don't have to fish to win and you don't have to be present to collect your prize. The derby is on July 9 – 10, 2016.

Draws start at 5pm July 10th

Adult $15
Youth $10
Senior (65+) $10

All proceeds go towards the REM Lee Hospital Foundation, supporting equipment for the Mills Memorial Hospital


>> Congratulations Class of 2016!

Kitsumkalum members are encouraged to send grad photos to be celebrated, send photos and info. to or

>> Expression of Interest - Team BC Male Volleyball - North American Indigenous Games

Background: At the last NAIG (NAIG 2014) Team BC did not have a male volleyball team.

Please share this information with your local contacts. We are now opening the “Expression of Interest” form for male volleyball players of Aboriginal ancestry who are eligible for and interested in Team BC for the 2017 North American Indigenous Games.

We are not guaranteeing a team, we need a sufficient response to warrant a try out and eligible team.

Please encourage volleyball players to complete this form.

>> Click here <<

Leon Erickson Coordinator,
Northeast Region Aboriginal Sport,
Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council
Office Location: P.O. Box 1846, 100 kwah Road (& corner of Highway 27)| Fort St. James, BC | V0J 1P0 Phone: 250.996.7171 ext. 281 | Fax: 250.996.8010 Email:




>> Kitsumkalum Housing & Property Development Update: June 14, 2016

>> Calling Kitsumkalum Graduates!

>> Celebrate Aboriginal Day with Kitsumkalum: Saturday June 18, 2016

Time: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm at the Kitsumkalum Ball Field

>> '1986 Apology to First Nations People' 30th Anniversary - June 12, 2016

Time: 11am at the Kitsumkalum Community Hall - Potluck to follow

** Bring something to eat, to share; bring your own plates, cups and cutlery **

>> NET MENDING CLASSES! JUNE 13 - 18, 2016

Learn how to mend your own nets for fishing

>>Kitsumkalum Youth Internship Opportunity

$12.50/ hour for 8/hr days - Those interested in working in an office to learn about administering programs or outside in construction are encouraged to apply.


Time: 6:00 - 7:30 PM

Location: REM LEE Theatre 4920 Straume Ave, Terrace


>> New Kitsumkalum Solid Waste & Recycling Service Changes

Posted: May 2016

>> How to find them: EPR Depots

EPR = Extended Producer Responsibility

EPR is an environmental management strategy using Product Stewardship programs that are guided by the principle that whoever designs, produces, sells, or uses a product takes responsibility for minimizing that product's environmental impact.

>> How to: Recycling

Posted: May 2016


>> SALMON RUN 2016 - EVENT DAY: JUNE 26, 2016

Run start: 10: am

Registration and more info. at

>> JUNE 21 2016 - $2,000,000 SCHOOL FUNDRAISING EVENT



Date posted May 2016

>> HEALTH CARING FEAST MAY 27, 2016 10:00AM - 3:00PM





>> Kitsumkalum LNG webite page: <<


>> May 13 - 14 Kitsumkalum General Assembly

Friday May 13, 2016 - Start 12:00pm

Saturday May 14, 2016 - Start 10am

>Kalum Rock Quarry Limited Partnership & Logistics Park

>> FREE PROGRAM FOR ELIGIBLE STUDENTS - Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers Program



>> Tsunami Preparedness Week - April 10 to 16

>> PreparedBC TsunamiSmart webpage

>> Earthquake & TsunamiSmart Manual
>> Video: BC’s Tsunami Notification Process
>> Tsunami Smart Infographic
>> Household Preparedness Guide
>> Household Emergency Plan (fill in the blanks)
>> Emergency Kit Card
>> Neighbourhood Preparedness Guide


>> Download .PDF document <<

Date added to website: April 21, 2016

>> Futurepreneur Canada - Business Planning Workshp April 22, 2016

>> Kitsumkalum Health Community update - April 14, 2016

Thank you for your patience as we test out new forms of communication, the audio will be better on the next one.

>> Kitsumkalum Informer April 1, 2016

>> Download the latest informer here <<

>> Kitsumkalum Cultural Fun Day - April 17, 2016

>> Go Green with Kitsumkalum Health!


Start time: 10:00 am

Location: Kitsumkalum Communtiy Hall

Shuttle rides are available for Prince Rupert community members. Call 1-877-635-6177 ext. 106 Heather or
250-635-5000 ext. 6 Rina Gemeinhardt to sign up for rides.

DOOR PRIZES!!! $25 Grocery store gift cards!


>> Women & Family Law - April 6, 2016


The Northwest is expecting 24 prospective projects totaling $45 billion in value and will create 26,000 direct jobs and 46,000 indirect jobs.

Program dates: April 18 - June 24, 2016 Register by April 8, 2016

>> Download Poster <<

>> Presentation on trades, employment, training, and funding will be hosted at
Location: Kitsumkalum Hall from 1pm to 3pm. Everyone welcome!

>> Community LNG Meeting - April 9, 2016 @ Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Download Kitsumkalum LNG Community Update Booklet <<

>> Aboriginal Fiction Writing Contest 2016!

For more information and to apply go to:

>> There's still time to return completed Employmnet & Training Surveys!

>> March 22, 2016 - Land Use TRM Study Workshop - Community Meeting

>> Economic Development Foundations For First Nations Leaders Workshop
Join Us March 30, 2016 @ Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Kitsumkalum CCP Community Meeting - March 3, 2016

>> Children & Parent's CCP Nights - March 6, 13 and 20, 2016

>> Kitsumkalum CCP Community Meeting - March 12, 2016

>> Kitsumkalum CCP Community Meeting - March 19, 2016

>> Kitsumkalum Community Meeting - February 24, 2016

>> Kitsumkalum Prince Rupert Community Meeting - February 28, 2016

>> CCP Open House February 27, 2016 - Learn about Kitsumkalum's CCP

Website Link: Economy Online Survey Form:
>> Print CCP Economy Survey .PDF

Website Link: Lands & Resources Online Survey Form:
>> Print CCP Lands & Resources Survey .PDF

>> Theft is not Petty Crime

North District RCMP have made theft a priority for 2016.

Theft is considered by some people to be petty crime, that perception is wrong! Theft costs all of us. Stores have to raise their prices to cover losses by theft. Communities have to take funding away from needed programs to replace stolen items. As individuals, we all work hard for our possessions, and no one has the right to steal them from us.

The Criminal Code breaks theft down into two categories, items valued over $5000 and items valued under $5000. Both categories are Criminal Code offences. An individual convicted of theft will have a criminal record. A theft conviction will show up on criminal record checks when applying for jobs. Individuals with criminal records may be refused entry into other countries, limiting travel options. Those are not petty consequences.

We need to encourage our youth not to commit theft, property damage, drug possession and other crimes which are considered by some to be victimless. We all want the next generation to have every opportunity possible, and not be hindered by the limitations of being in and out of the courts.

Thank you,
Cst. Josh MCNUTT, Regimental # 60328 First Nations Community Policing Terrace RCMP

>> Public Notice – Public Comment Period on Pacific NorthWest LNG

February 10, 2016

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency is conducting a federal environmental assessment of the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG Project, located near Prince Rupert, B.C.

The Agency invites the public to comment on the draft Environmental Assessment Report and potential environmental assessment conditions for the project.

Written comments must be received by March 11, 2016.

For more information, visit the Agency’s website at or view the full public notice at  

>> Services for the late Louise Dangeli

>> Missing iPad from 'Na Aksa Gyilak'yoo School - Please return

>> Notice from Kitsumkalum Housing and Property Development

>> Download Kitsumkalum on reserve Rental Housing Application

>> Kitsumkalum Fish and Wildlife Notice - Wild life sightings on reserve

>> Take Back the Wild: Youth Leadership Program

>> Download Information Poster

>> Download Application Form Spring 2016

>> Download Application Form Spring 2016 .PDF

Check out website:

Youtube Video:

>> NWCC is offering a tuition-free Driller/Blaster Foundations Program

>>Call for Photos & Artifacts

>>Interested in starting your own business?

>> New Job Posting: Full Time Receptionist

>>Kitsumkalum Members invited to participate in study

All Kitsumkalum Members are invited to participate in a study that will be used for employment planning, training and educational programs. It will also create a Kitsumkalum membership database.

There are many opportunities available in BC to improve your standard of living, and your Band is working hard to make these opportunities available to you.

When your survey arrives in the mail; please complete it, and mail to the Kitsumkalum Development Corporation. Some people will receive two surveys if their name was randomly selected.

Completed surveys will receive a gift and are eligible to win an iPad.

>>CCP Surveys

Website Link: Economy Online Survey Form:
>> Print CCP Economy Survey .PDF

Website Link: Lands & Resources Online Survey Form:
>> Print CCP Lands & Resources Survey .PDF

>>CCP Documents & Downloads

>> Comprehensive Community Planning: How does it tie into other planning? .PDF

>> CCP: Preliminary results from Kitsumkalum CCP Launch Sept.12, 2015 .PDF

Community Dinner Meeting: February 16, 2016

Topic: Environmental Site Investigation

CCP Dinner Meeting


Kitsumkalum LNG Community Update Package & Meeting

>> Download: LNG Community Update .PDF <<

>> Meeting Date: January 23, 2016

Rides will be available for Prince Rupert Band members Rina Gemeinhardt: 250-635-5000

Pick up locations: Civic Centre 7:50 am and Chances Casino 8:00am

Meeting start time: 10:00am Kitsumkalum Community Hall  

Youth Night - Jan. 18, 2016

Training Opportunity for Kitsumkalum Band Members

Invitation to Participate from Kitsumkalum Health Centre

Mass on Christmas Eve 8:00 - 9:00 pm Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Services and Potluck Settlement Feast for the late Dorothy Horner

Memorial Service - Friday December 11th, 2015 7:00 pm

Funeral Service - Saturday December 12th, 2015 2:00 pm

Potluck Settlement Feast 5:30 pm

Calling all Ganhadas to assist.

‘Na Aksa Gyilak’yoo School - Winter Concert Fundraiser

Wednesday December 16, 2015 @ Kitsumkalum Community Hall 5pm-8pm

Our sincere condolences go out to the Horner family

The Children & Parents night for Dec. 8 and Community Meeting for Dec. 9 and will be postponed in respect to the family

PLEASE NOTE THE December 8th and December 9th meetings are postponed.

Kitsumkalum Community Meeting - LNG Update

January 23, 2016

Kitsumkalum Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) Meetings

Date posted: November 17, 2015

Annual Christmas Craft & Gift Fair

Vendor registration forms will be accepted from October 1st - November 27, 2015

>> Download Vendor Registration Form

November 26, 2015 Land Use Community Meeting

Date Posted: November 10, 2015

November 23, 2015 - Phase 2 Environmental Site Investigation

Date Posted: November 10, 2015

Prince Rupert Community Meeting

2015 Moose Hunting Permits - Kitsumkalum Fish & Wildlife

Date Posted: October 21, 2015

First Nations Voter Information Fact Sheet

Where do I vote? : Skeena--Bulkley Valley (British Columbia)

For on-reserve, you may vote from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at: Kitsumkalum Fire Hall, 3535 West K alum Road, Kitsumkalum, on Monday, October 19.

Election Day: Monday, October 19, 2015

>> Download: First Nation Voter Information from the AFN .ppt

Orange Shirt Day September 30, 2015 - BBQ

Location: Kitselas Satellite Health Station on Kulspai

WATER SHUT OFF NOTICE: September 16 - 30, 2015
SHUT OFF TIMES: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm - Monday - Friday
Areas Affected: All buildings located on Kitsumkalum Reserve IR1

>> Download Notice

Housing Notice: Reminder to fill out new housing application forms

>> Download Notice

Annual Christmas Craft & Gift Fair - Vendor Registration Form

Vendor registration forms will be accepted from October 1st - November 27, 2015 - No earlier

>> Download Vendor Registration Form

Don't miss our first CCP Meeting: September 12, 2015 !!

Have you thought: "What is CCP? What does it mean? How do I as a band member participate? Will it be fun or boring? Will my voice be heard?" Attend our first community CCP meeting to find out! CCP is an opportunity to plan the future of Kitsumkalum with all voices being heard, it's a process that is driven by the community.


Didn't get to make a drum celebrating National Aboriginal Day with us? Here's your chance Kitsumkalum Band Members!

Youth Chili Lunch!


We want to thank all the volunteers from Kitsumkalum and Terrace and surrounding area, especially the Terrace ATV & SXS Society for the recovery of Kitsumkalum’s stolen Volunteer Firefighters’ Firetruck.
We appreciate all the community support and all of those who went out of their way to look for our stolen firetruck. This firetruck means a great deal to our community of Kitsumkalum, as it has a rich history of community spirit and fire protection for community first responders.


Stolen early Sunday morning around 2:30 am August 2, 2015

If you have any information or tips leading to recovering the firetruck, please call RCMP Cst. Joshua McNutt, First Nations Community Policing, Phone 250-635-7400 or Text: 274637

The RCMP asks, if anyone finds the truck, to leave it alone and not to walk up to or touch the truck to protect any evidence on or around the stolen firetruck

VEHICLE INFORMATION: 1986 GMC 2-wheel drive mini-pumper Expired BC Plate No. 316 2MF VIN: 1GDJC34M4GJ505923

Agreement-in-Principle Signed

Kitsumkalum Chief Negotiator Alex Bolton holds the Kitsumkalum Agreement-in-Principle for all to see at the Kitsumkalum Community Hall, Tuesday August 4, 2015 for the official AIP signing ceremony.

Left to right: BC Associate Deputy Minister, Neilane Mayhew, Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation for British Columbia, John Rustad, Sim’oogit Wiidildal, Waap Lagaax, Gisbutwada, Kitsumkalum elected Chief Councillor Don Roberts, and Sim’oogit Hataxgm Lii Midiik, Gisbutwada, Kitsumkalum Chief Negotiator Alex Bolton

Celebrating our Heritage and Culture –Bringing it back to Su-sit’ Aatk

You’ll notice new street banners being installed along the entrance to Kitsumkalum IR1, to help celebrate who we are as Tsimshian and remember back to 1987 Su-sit’ Aatk crest pole raising and potlatch.

The street banners are a blend of the past and present, incorporating original artwork from the modern Su-sit’ Aatk crest pole and the present day robin logo of Kitsumkalum.

The modern crest pole that was carved in 1987 by Kalum carvers lead by Freda Diesing has all the major village crests on it to represent the whole community. Dedicated to the children, this pole signifies the future.

The other pole, a replica of an older pole, displays crests of one of the ancient families of Kitsumkalum.

We are a strong and proud galts’ap (community) and want to celebrate our heritage and culture and remind our future generations and those travelling along our community that we are Tsimshian and we have a rich culture and laxyuup that stems from the Kalum Valley, down the Skeena River to the Coast of Prince Rupert.

“I hope that the younger people will take this as a go-ahead to [encourage] them… to get into other areas of our culture, like our language, and other ways that our people had lived. We can’t go back to the old ways completely, but there are parts of it that we can use along with today’s way of living… I have to say that it’s a very proud moment for our village… Also for all the people in this area- native people and non-native people alike.” – Clifford Bolton, 1987 Interview on Su-sit’ Aatk, Article for Royal Ontario Museum

“In explaining Su-sit’ Aatk to the audience, Chief Cliff Bolton of Kitsumkalum said that Canadian Laws have made it difficult for the Tsimshian to retain their culture. This celebration was his generation’s way of telling the children that the next generation will have to be prepared to fight for the survival of their culture.” – Clifford Bolton, 1987 Interview on Su-sit’ Aatk, Article for Royal Ontario Museum

2017 will mark the 30th anniversary of Su-sit’ Aatk, and planning for a commemorative celebration is already underway to strengthen Kitsumkalum wuwaap (house groups) raise more crest poles, and to continue to accept Clifford Bolton’s challenge of future generations taking the lead in ensuring the survival of our culture.

Street banners flags made possible by the financial contributions by House of Sim-oi-ghets, Kitsumkalum Tempo Gas Bar, Kalum Ventures Ltd., Kalum Rock Quarry and Kitsumkalum Band.  

Lef side: Clifford Bolton, Sandra Wesley, Myrtle Laidlaw, Dorothy Horner
Right side: Vernon Horner, Freda Diesing, Lorraine McCarthy, Vera Henry

Jim McDonald & Clifford Bolton

>> Download .pdf

>> Kitsumkalum Rock Quarry Utilizes Real-Time Communications to Notify Residents


Witness the Official Signing of the Agreement-in-Principle by the Province of BC and Canada and Kitsumkalum

>>Kitsumkalum is starting Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP)!

>> Download Community Notice info. pack on CCP!

>> Housing Opportunities Notice - June 15, 2015


>> Services for Raymond Holota

>> Constitution Meeting May 20, 2015

Dinner Start: 5:00 pm @ Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Appreciation BBQ! May 22, 2015 @ 12:00pm @ Treaty Office

>> 'Na Aksa Gila Kyew Learning Centre Job Postings

‘Na Aksa Gila Kyew Learning Centre Job Postings

>> EA Posting

>> Teacher Posting

>> Admin. Clerk

>> George Leach coming to Kitsumkalum!

>> Kitsumkalum School September 2015 Registration Now Open

>> First Nations Land Reclamation Community Meeting

Date: March 12, 2015
Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Kitsumkalum Communtiy Hall

>> Download notice .pdf

>> Kitsumkalum Constitution Meeting

Date: March 19, 2015
Time: Dinner at 5:00pm - Meeting to follow
Location: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Come out for great food, DOOR PRIZES and contribute to the Kitsumkalum Constitution!

>> Loonie Auction!

Date: March 27, 2015
Time: 6:00 pm start
Location: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Kitsumkalum Traditional Cook book - (from old to new)!

Show off your favorite recipe and cooking skills! Contact Christina or Heather to have your recipe added and to schedule photos of you cooking in Action! Kitsumkalum wants to capture community members and share living traditions. The cook book will include recipes in Sm’algyax and will follow our harvesting seasons.

Call today: 250-635-6177 ext. 115 for Christina or ext. 112 for Heather

>> Kitsumkalum Election Results

Date of Election February 26, 2015 – Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Waaps Niishaywaaxs Gitselasu Announces a Celebration of Life for Dr. James (Jim) McDonald 'Wii Goot

Date: February 28, 2015 – Kitsumkalum Community Hall
Times: 1:00 pm Start (Doors open at 12:00 pm)
Internment to take place at Kitsumkalum Cemetery

Honouring Banquet at 6:00 pm (Doors open at 5:00 pm) - Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Dessert donations appreciated

>> Housing Assistance Notice

Notice Date: February 23, 2015

>> Download notice here <<

>>Self-Care & Employment Workshop #3

Date: February 23, 2015 – Kitsumkalum Health Centre
Time: 1:15 pm - 4:00 pm

>> Kitsumkalum Constitution Meeting - Prince Rupert

Date: February 22, 2015 – Prince Rupert, BC - Chances Casino
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

>> Kitsumkalum Constitution Meeting - Vancouver

Date: February 28, 2015 – Vancouver, BC - Holiday Inn, Metrotown
Time: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

>>All Candidates Forum - February 11, 2015

February 11, 2015 – Terrace, BC: Kitsumkalum Community Hall
4:30pm Doors open (soup, bread & refreshments available while quantities last)
5:15-5:45pm Hoobiyee Dress Rehearsal
6:00-9:30pm All Candidates Forum begins

>>Self-Care & Employment Workshops

When: Monday's February 2nd and 16th, 2015
Time: 1:30 - 4:00 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Health Centre

>>IRSS Workshop

When: February 4, 2015
Time: 10:00 - 3:00 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Notice of Election for Chief & Council

Election Date: February 26, 2015
Voting Hours: 9:00am - 8:00pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall, 14295 Highway 16 West, Terrace, BC
>> Download Notice .PDF

>> Gathering & Information Sharing Session: PRINCE RUPERT

When: Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Time: 3:00 - 7:00 pm
Where: Museum of Northern BC, Prince Rupert

>> All Candidates Forum

When: Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Time: 6:00 - 9:30 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall
Doors open at 5:00 - ‘Na Aksa Gila Kyew Learning Centre students Hobiyee dress-rehearsal 5:30 - 6:00
Fried Bread, Soup and Baked goods by ‘Na Aksa Gila Kyew Learning Centre students

>> KDLP/WCFA Fishing Guide Training Course 2015

>> Self-Care & Employment Workshop

When: Monday, January 26, 2015
Time: 1:30 - 4:00 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Health Centre

>> Kitsumkalum Youth Pizza Party!

When: January 7, 2015
Time: 5:00 pm - onwards
Where: Kitsumkalum Health Centre
Who? Youth ages 8-12

Date posted: January 6, 2015

>> Kitsumkalum Community Spaghetti Dinner

When: January 12, 2015
Time: Dinner at 5:00 pm - onwards
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Date posted: January 6, 2015

>> Kitsumkalum Constitution Meeting

When: January 28, 2015
Time: Dinner at 5:00 pm - onwards
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Date posted: January 6, 2015

>> Kitsumkalum Band Council Elections: February 26, 2015

Election Day: February 26, 2015

Nomination Meeting: January 15, 2015 - Kitsumkalum Community Hall | 5:00-8:00 pm

To view notices and forms to download >> Click here or go to the 'Documents & Downloads' page.

>> Christmas Concert Fundraiser

When: Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Elders Christmas Lunch

When: December 16, 2014
Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Christmas Gift & Craft Fair | December 6th, 2014

Date: December 6, 2014 | Time: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm | Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Moms & Tots Prenatal Christmas Lunch

Date: Wednesday December 10th, 2014
Start Time: 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Health Centre - Community Room
Dads welcomed too!

>>Two Whale Stories - Book Launch!

Date: Saturday, November 29th, 2014
Start Time: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Where: 'Na Aksa Gila Kyew Learning Centre
Light food and beverages will be served

>> Funeral Service for the late Victoria Roberts

Date: Sunday, November 23, 2014
Start Time: 1:00 pm
Soup Feast 4:30 pm
Place: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Join the 30 day/ 60 km Winter Challenge!

Dates: November 21, 2014 - December 21, 2014

>> NAGK Invites you to the Kitsumkalum Community Hall - Celebrate Success!

Date: Monday, November 24, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Students will reflect on their 1st term learning
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

>> Community Meeting: Nov. 14 - 15, 2014 - Band Council Update

Nov. 14, 2014 | Start + Lunch: 12:00 pm - Dinner: 5:30 pm
Nov. 15, 2014 | Start 9:00 am - Lunch: 12:00 pm - Grand Prize Draw: 5:30 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Rules & Eligibility for Grand Prizes:

> Grand prizes are exclusive to band members & spouses in attendance only
> Full day meeting attendance is mandatory to be eligible for grand prizes
> Completion of meeting “Evaluation Form 1” is required to be eligible for grand prize entries
>> “Evaluation Form 1” must be picked up at the sign in desk before “cut off time” each day
>Additional door prizes will be available each day to band members and non-band members for full day and half day attendance
For questions or concerns: Heather Bohn, Communications Coordinator. 250-635-6177 ext. 112


>> Christmas Gift & Craft Fair

Date: December 6, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Find unique gifts for everyone on your list! Free admission!
Vendors can download a registration form & drop off at Kitsumkalum Tempo Gas Bar. $30/ table - Deadline Nov. 28th

Crystal: 250-635-0017 Christina:

>> Traditional Land Use and Socio‐Economic Study Gathering & Information Sharing Session

Date: November 12, 2014
Times: Free drop in from 4:30 - 7:30 pm + Super will be provided
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Come out to learn and share information about these projects

>> Indigenous Parenting Workshop

Dates: October 29 - 30, 2014
Where: Kitsumkalum Health Centre - Community Room

>> 6 free workshops for Adults for Chronic Pain Self-Management

Dates: Wednesdays: October 8th - November 12, 2014
Times: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Health Centre

>> Yoga - 6 weeks of classes

Dates: Thursdays: October 16, 23, 30, November 6, 13, 20, 2014
Times: 4:45 - 5:45 pm
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall

Bring your yoga mats & water bottle!

>> Public Notice Stone Moving & Feast for the Late Clifford Bolton

Stone Moving
October 18, 2014
Where: Zimmacord

November 22, 2014
Where: Kitsumkalum Community Hall


>> Notice: Kitsumkalum Band Members Meeting - November 14-15, 2014

Friday, November 14, 2014
Start 12:00 pm
Dinner start 5:30 pm

Saturday, November 15, 2014
Start: 10:00 am
Lunch 12:00 pm

Register to receive meeting updates: >> 

>> Retail Sales Clerk - House of Sim-oi-Ghets Job Posting

Posted: October 7, 2014
Closing: October 13, 2013
Job Type: Part time: 3-4 days a week
Career Level: Entry level
Education: High School or equivalent

Qualification & Requirements:
- Be able to provide excellent customer service
- Ability to work unsupervised
- Reliable
- Flexible for on-call position
- Retail experience is an asset

Must be flexible and available to be on-call shifts, workdays, evenings, weekends and holidays.

HOW TO APPLY Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to or drop off in person at the House of Sim-oi-Ghets, 14295 Highway 16 West, by October 13, 2014 

>> Click here to view the full posting

>> Career Fair - October 15, 2014

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Start 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Draws at 4:00 pm
Bring your resume and connect with funding agencies, training organizations, education institutions, employment and recruiters


Subscribe to Kitsumkalum's email newsletter! Prizes will be drawn each month, until December 30, 2014.

Click this link: 

>> Download: Rules for 2014 Kitsumkalum Email Newsletter sign-up prize draws


>> Orange Shirt Day – EVERY CHILD MATTERS

Wear orange September 30, 2014

Tuesday September 30 is Orange Shirt Day. This day is designed to acknowledge the 150,000 school aged First Nations, Inuit and Metis children who were forcibly removed from their families and land in order for them to attend residential schools from 1830-1996.

These types of initiatives create the opportunity for meaningful discussion about the effects of residential schools, the legacy they have left behind, and the ways we can build bridges with each other for reconciliation. Orange Shirt Day is a day for survivors to be reaffirmed that they matter, as do all who have been affected, to recognize the harm the residential school system did to First Nations’ children’s self-esteem and well-being, and to affirm a commitment to ensuring that everyone around us matters. Join us in orange, to honour the children who survived, as well as remember those who didn’t.

To find out more about the history behind Orange Shirt Day, please visit this website: or watch this video:

>> ‘Na Aksa Gila Kyew Learning Centre Job Postings

Posting date: Sept, 26, 2014
Closing date: October 3, 2014

>> Click here: Job Title: ‘Na Aksa Gila Kyew Learning Centre Teacher

>> Click here: Job Title: ‘Na Aksa Gila Kyew Learning Centre Educational Assistant

>> Annual Christmas Gift & Craft Fair Registration

Registration opens after October 1, 2014 and closes November 28, 2014.

All payments can be made after October 1, 2014 and before November 28, 2014 in-person/ drop off or by mail:

In Person/ drop off:
Attention to: Crystal Roberts, at Kalum Tempo Gas Bar

By Mail:

Attention to: Christina Sam-Stanley, P.O. Box 544 Stn main Terrace B.C V8G 4B5

Please note that we will be unable to answer any questions regarding table selection or set up at this time. We will contact vendors upon registration confirmation with details at a later date. We thank you for your interest and support to make this event a success! We look forward to all the Christmas goodies!

- Christina Sam-Stanley,
Chairperson of the Kitsumkalum Events Committee since 2014

>> Download Craft Fair Registration Form

>> Funeral and Memorial Arrangements for the Late Ed Brown

Family Viewing: Friday, September 5th, 2014
Time: 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Place: Ed Brown's house - 3560 Gyiik Road, Kitsumkalum Reserve, Terrace, BC

Funeral and Memorial Services to be held together
1:00 pm - onwards
Place: Kitsumkalum Community Hall
Putluck feast to follow: please bring food, greatly appreciated.

Any monetary donations may be directed to Tina Brown

All other Potluck food donations may be directed to Verna Inkster 250-638-0407

At the Hall during the feast there will be a collection of money organized by Harry Nyce, which will follow the Nass system during this time.


>> SOUP FEAST CELEBRATION - August 27, 2014 - 5:00 - 7:00 PM

Location: Kitsumkalum Community Hall
Please join in the celebration of graduate studies from the University of Victoria and research of Indigenous Language Revitalization in Kitsumkalum. This soup feast will honour the commitment and support of those who made this journey possible. Everyone is welcome. Kitsumkalum Hall on Hwy. 16W (5km west of Terrace, BC)


>> NAGK SOUP FEAST - June 17th, 2014

Location: Kitsumkalum Community Hall
Celebrate the end of a successful 2013-2014 school year with music, dancing, drumming, food, raffles, and presentations by students.

Time: 11:00am - 1:00pmsoup feast invite image


>> NAGK Job Postings and Application for Admission 2014-2015

Job Posting: Education Assistant Closing date: May 16, 2014
Job Posting: Teachers Closing date: May 16, 2014
NAGK Application for Admission /Re-Admission 2014-15: Program Admission (NO SCHOOL FEES IF ACCEPTED BEFORE SEPT. 15, 2014)

Na Aksa Gila Kyew Learning Centre, Kitsumkalum (250) 615-2844

>> Community Meeting: May 10, 2014

The Kitsumkalum Band Council has set the date of May 10, 2014 for a continuation of the community meeting that was started on March 21st 2014 for the department heads will give a brief report to the community.

Here is the schedule for the May 10th community meeting.

9:00 AM Chief Don Roberts Opening Prayer
9:30 AM Education
10:00 AM Social Development
10:40 AM Consultation and Referrals
11:15 AM Finance
12:00 PM Lunch will be provided
1:00 PM RCMP
1:30 PM Health
2:10 PM Public Works
2:50 PM Fish & Wildlife
3:30 PM Housing
4:10 PM Chief Don Roberts; Wrap-up
4:30 PM Dinner will be provided

>> Community Meeting: March 21 - 22, 2014


>> Join us for the Annual Kitsumkalum Craft Fair


Kitsumkalum Craft Fair - Saturday, December 7, 2013
Kitsumkalum Community Hall
From 10:00 am - 4:30pm