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The Metlakatla Stewardship Society is accepting applications from Metlakatla members to sit on the Cumulative Effect Management (CEM) Working Group.

This is a reminder to all Metlakatla members that there will be a two-day forum on January 13 and 14 at the North Coast Convention Centre to discuss the formation of a Metlakatla Culture and Heritage program. More information can be found on the poster below.

Anyone interested in attending is asked to email lreeve@metlakatla.ca to confirm.

 

The Metlakatla First Nation would like to congratulate Denise Wilson on being chosen as an inductee into the All Native Basketball Tournament Hall of Fame in 2017. Denise is a three-time Womens Division MVP, was a part of nine championship teams, has been a Tournament All-Star numerous times and has been named Most Inspirational Player on several occasions.

 

The Metlakatla First Nation would like to congratulate Denise Wilson on being chosen as an inductee into the All Native Basketball Tournament Hall of Fame in 2017.

The ferry schedule for the 2016 holiday season can be found here.

Intertidal Ecosystem Interactions ALong the North Coast of BC 

Please join us for this free public presentation:

When: Thursday December 8th at 7:30 PM

Where: Northwest Community College (353 5th Street, Prince Rupert) 

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The Metlakatla Development Corporation has developed an Education, Training and
Employment Strategy
 to prepare and support members in their wellness, education, and
employment readiness in order to move into job and career opportunities in and around
Metlakatla and Prince Rupert.

This strategy includes the implementation of an Employment Database for Metlakatla
members. So what does this mean for Metlakatla members? How will the database help
Metlakatla members?
Why do we need a database?

Request for Applications on 2017 Communal ATP Licenses

l) FR 15 Crab area “B”, maximum length 12.19 meters (39.9 feet)

-Application due: December 8, 2016

ll) FW8 Prawn, maximum vessel length 12.45 meters (40.85 feet)

-Application due: December 8, 2016

lll) FL 18 Halibut, maximum vessel length 22.86 meters (75 feet)

-Application due: January 31, 2017

IV) FL 37 Halibut, maximum vessel length 19.99 meters ( 65.58 feet)

-Application due: January 31, 2017

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Notice to Metlakatla Band Members:  There has recently been an increase in biotoxin contamination found in Metlakatla's clam/cockle beaches.

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Metlakatla Stewardship Society will be having a meeting with an update on the Aurora LNG Environmental Assessment on Digby Island. There will also be a meal, presentation, and a question and answer period for either the Aurora or Metlakatla Stewardship Staff. 

The meeting is on Thursday, November 24, 2016.

Metlakatla 
In the Community Hall at 11:30 a.m - 1:30 p.m 

Prince Rupert
In the North Coast Convention Centre (bottom of Chances) at 6:00 p.m - 8:30 p.m

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