IMPORTANT UPDATE: Please note the following measures are in place in to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus:
The incoming Board of Directors of the Metlakatla Development Corporation is as follows:
Elected by shareholders:
Kiesha Pahl and Karen Jeffrey
Appointed by the Metlakatla Governing Council:
Appointed by the Metlakatla Development Corporation Board of Directors:
Robert Nelson and Susan Nelson
Dear Metlakatla Members,
The Coastal Training Centre wants to hear from Metlakatla members living in the Prince Rupert area that want to obtain employment, but are unsure of what line of work they would like to get into. The CTC is in the process of developing a Job Shadowing Program (Mentoring) for Metlakatla members that have just graduated, have never been employed or are not employed at this time. We would like to hear from you regarding the type of work/employment/career you would like to explore.
The Coast Tsimshian (Metlakatla First Nation and Lax Kw'alaams Band), the Haisla Nation and the Nisga'a Nation today signed an historic Memorandum of Understanding on climate change, establishing the Northwest Coast First Nations Collaborative Climate Initiative.
Click here to view the full media release.
The Cedar Village Housing Society has extended the deadline for applications for residence at the Cedar Village development in Prince Rupert, which is open to all those 65 and over.
The new deadline is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, October 25 2019.
Click here for more information.
The Coast Tsimshian, comprised of Metlakatla and Lax Kw'alaams, have signed a relationship agreement with the City of Prince Rupert.
Click here to view the full press release.
The Metlakatla Development Corporation has received $43.3 million in federal funding to assist in the development of an import logistics park on its South Kaien lands.
Click here to see the press release and a statement from CEO Harold Leighton.