We have partnerships with the following Indigenous Groups.
We are pleased to provide training, employment and community support.
Kitselas First Nations – Terrace, BC
Kitselas is a progressive Nation. We are proud of our heritage and our achievements, both historic and contemporary. With a population of approximately 700 people, Kitselas traditional territory is located in Northwest British Columbia. Our reserves and territory surround the City of Terrace and the Skeena River. About half of our people live on the Kitselas reserve of Gitaus, a 15-minute drive east of Terrace. Others in the area live in Kulspai, a smaller reserve west of Terrace. The rest of our population is spread among Vancouver, Prince George, Prince Rupert and other places.
North East Native Advancing Society (NENAS) – Fort St. John, BC
The North East Native Advancing Society (NENAS) services the second largest geographic area in BC. NENAS was incorporated under the Society Act in 1990 as a coordinating group under the North East Aboriginal Management Board working in collaboration with Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). As programming evolved, the Society adapted in 1996 to become a Regional Bilateral Agreement holder, and again in 1999 to emerge as an Aboriginal Human Resource Development Agreement (AHRDA) holder.
Saulteau First Nations – Moberly Lake, BC
Saulteau First Nations (SFN) is a section 10 band within the meaning of the Indian Act. The Band has been formed by the amalgamation of Dunne – Za, Cree, and Saulteau residents. This First Nations community is covered by Treaty 8. There is one reserve, East Moberly Lake No.169, spread over 3025.8 hectares.
Stk’emlupsemc te Secwepemc Nation (SSN) – Kamloops, BC
The SSN consists of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc and Skeetchestn Indian Band, one of the seven historic “Divisions” of Secwepemc Nation. The Stk’emlúpsemc te Secwepemc Nation are responsible for Aboriginal Title and Rights on their Territory. In 2007 a Resource Sharing Protocol MOU was created to manage the conservation, negotiations and management of resources on Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc and Skeetchestn Indian Band’s shared territory forming SSN.
Treaty 8 – Fort St. John, BC
The Treaty 8 Tribal Association was incorporated in 1982 under the BC Societies Act. T8TA acts as a coordinator, a facilitator, and technical support on various issues as mandated from time to time by the Council of Treaty 8 Chiefs.
Treaty 8 Tribal Association is a service-delivery organization that provides advisory services and claims research. The Treaty 8 Tribal Association works collectively with Six First Nations in Northeastern BC.