The Homalco Nation has created a new ecotourism business that provides cultural experiences, training youth guides in their language and reconnecting with their homelands in Bute Inlet. Photo by Todd Peacey for Homalco Wildlife Tours.

First Nations are investing over $200 million to develop the Great Bear Rainforest conservation economy

First Nations are developing a conservation-based economy throughout coastal British Columbia and have announced the latest results from their ongoing environmental stewardship and sustainable development efforts today.

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Kitasoo / Xai’xais Cultural Youth Program Builds Young Ambassadors for the Nation

The Súa Youth Cultural Program is providing opportunities for Kitasoo/ Xai’xais youth to explore their culture while fostering values that will prepare them to be successful in school and work.

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Kitasoo Xai'xais Guardian Watchmen. Photo by Meaghan Hume

Globe and Mail: Great Bear Rainforest Provides Residents with a Future

Featuring the Kitasoo/Xai’xais, Homalco, Heiltsuk, and Haida Nations, the Globe and Mail explores how Coast Funds supports human well-being in the Great Bear Rainforest.

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Tatum Reece and Donald Reece conducting crab stock assessments. (Photo: Chris Picard)

State of the Gitga’at Ocean Report

The State of the Gitga’at Ocean Report aims to present Gitga’at members, leaders and research partners with the outcomes of key monitoring activities that have been occurring in the territory in recent years.

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