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Vancouver Treaty Information Session a Success

On May 22, the Kitselas Treaty Team hosted a Treaty Information Session in Vancouver to connect in person with our Lower Mainland Kitselas Members. Almost 30 Kitselas Members joined us for dinner and a presentation, which was followed by an


Learning from other Nations

On February 13, 2024, Kitselas Members joined us for the Kitselas Treaty first Speaker Series event.  Interviewed by Kitselas Member and Councillor Gerald Nyce, Tla’amin First Nation Chief Negotiator Roy Francis spent an hour and a half online sharing Tla’amin’s


Community Cookbook Now Available

The Kitselas Community Cookbook celebrates food, land, gathering, and culture and includes recipes from Citizens and the Treaty Team. The cookbook was delivered to Members in community for Mother’s Day 2023. It’s also available online. Download and print the book

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2022 Year in Review

Thank you to all of the Kitselas Members who have participated in Treaty events this year. The Treaty Team is working to negotiate the best Treaty possible for the Kitselas Nation. Our goal is to make sure that all Members

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Seeking Law Review Committee Members

Kitselas will need to create 30 to 40 Kitselas Laws after Treaty to become a self-governing Treaty Nation. To support this process, the Treaty Team is seeking three to five Community Members to join a Community Law Review Committee from

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Coming Soon: 2023 Community Calendar

Thank you to everyone who entered photos our monthly photo contest! We will be mailing the 2023 community calendar to Members in December. The calendar includes all of the 2022 winning photos. If you have moved, contact us or stop


Want to Share a Recipe?

Kitselas Members are invited to share recipes for a community cookbook. The Treaty Team will compile the recipes and share the cookbook in spring 2023. When you enter a recipe, you’ll be entered in a draw for a $50 gift

Four Clan Poles (from left-right): Wolf Crest Pole, Raven/ Guam Crest Pole (Guam was the leader of the Raven clan in the early 1900s), Beaver Crest Pole (represents the Eagle Clan), Grizzy Crest Pole (represents the Killer-Whale clan). Located down at the Kitselas Canyon lookout in Gitaus. Photo credit: Marty Clemens
Treaty News

Why Treaty Video

Shot this summer, the Kitselas’ Why Treaty video captures some powerful reasons why we are pursuing a Treaty. We have been engaged in the Treaty process since 1993, and countless people have devoted their lives to supporting our people through

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