For the 2017 salmon fishing season, the Skeena First Nations Technical Committee has recommended that all fisheries targeting Skeena sockeye are closed, due to poor forecasted returns. In light of expected low returns of Skeena sockeye in 2017, committee members have collaborated with each other to develop fishing plans for the 2017 Skeena salmon season.
The committee has come to general agreement on tec...hnical recommendations about how First Nations’ Section 35(1) access to Skeena salmon fisheries can be met and prioritized, second to conservation.
Please note that the free Wills and Estates Workshops scheduled for May 24 have been postponed until further notice. A new date will be provided once it has been confirmed.
The Metlakatla Fisheries Department will be hosting a food fish meeting on Tuesday, May 16 at the Nisga'a Hall in Prince Rupert from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. to discuss the upcoming salmon season and the food fish distribution program. Dinner will be provided.
The Metlakatla Development Corporation will be hosting an open house to provide more information about its proposed seniors housing development. The open house will take place on Monday, May 15 at the Lester Centre of the Arts beginning at 5 p.m.
Click here for more information on the project.
The Metlakatla Development Corporation is pleased to launch a contest to name the new seniors housing project being proposed for the former King Edward School site in Prince Rupert. Click here for more information.
The Communities of Lax Kw a'alaams and Metlakatla invite you to a career fair, taking place in both Lax Kw a'alaams and Prince Rupert.
Connect with worksers from local First Nations!
Weigh in at the Health Centre starting Monday Feburary 6th, 2017.
All weights are 100% confidential!
Weight loss will be based on total percentage of body fat lost.
Final weigh in Grand Prize Winner & Second runner ups will be announced.
NO REGISTRATION FEE
Any questions, come see us at the Health Centre or give us a call (778)-629-1080.
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?