Round Dance – National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
September 30, 2022 - To honour the thousands of Indigenous children who, sadly, never made it home from the Indian Residential School system and to honour the hundreds of thousands of survivors, Treaty 8 Tribal Association in partnership with NENAN, Indian Residential...
Temporary Warming Centre to Open Jan 8, 2022
T8TA Office Closure effective January 10, 2022
Northern BC Overdose Alert
Covid-19 Vaccines for Children aged 5-11
STATUS CARDS PAST THE RENEWAL DATE
Since April 2020, Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) has extended the validity date of status cards and Temporary Confirmation of Registration documents due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This extension WILL END May 1, 2022. Please click on the link below to view the full...
“WALK WITH US” National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
MMIW organizer Connie Greyeyes has May 5, 2021 set aside for a 5km walk in honour of all missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. WALK WTH US is set to begin at 1:00pm, May 5, 2021 at Kin Park. Please join Connie and others in support on the National Day of...
Western Boundary of Treaty No. 8
by Christopher Devlin | Jan 22, 2021 | Litigation
After sixteen years of litigation on this issue, it is time for British Columbia to pursue a less acrimonious relationship.
Groundwork: Revitalizing Indigenous Land Laws in Treaty 8
What are laws around land management, ownership, and use? “Land laws” include specific questions of land governance regarding access, ownership, succession, forms of public registration, disputes, authorities, trespass, and compensation.