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Dease Lake Band Office

Good Hope Lake is home to the Dease River First Nation (DRFN) and is located on Highway 37, in northern BC, approximately 120 kilometers south of Watson Lake, YT, and 115 kilometers north of Dease Lake, BC. Dease River First Nation has 186 Band Members, 38 of whom live on Reserve in Good Hope Lake.more info

Address / Contact Info
Dease River First Nation
Box 79
, Good Hope Lake, BC, V0C 2Z0
Phone: (250) 239-3000
Fax: (250) 239-3003
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Gingolx Band Office (Kincolith)

The Village of Gingolx is nestled in the mountains of the beautiful Nass River, so if you need to just get away from the hustle and bustle of city life or to just take a nice break, come visit beautiful Gingolx.more info

Address / Contact Info
607 Front St.
, Gingolx (Kincolith), BC, V0V 1B0
Phone: (250) 326-4212
Toll-free: 1-800-736-5511
Fax: (250) 326-4208
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Gitanmaax Band Office

Our vision is to restore and maintain healthy traditional community values; while actively participating in the new economy.more info

Address / Contact Info
4240 Field St.
, Old Hazelton, BC, V0J 1Y0
Phone: (250) 842-5297
Toll-free: 1-800-663-4590
Fax: (250) 842-6364
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Gitanyow Band Office

Sustaining the integrity of the land is central to sustaining Gitanyow culture and providing for our economy.more info

Address / Contact Info
Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs
4581- 4th Ave.
, Gitanyow, BC, V0J 2A0
Phone: (250) 849-5373
Fax: (250) 849-5373
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Gitsegukla Band Office

Western archaeological evidence has so far supported more than 10,000 years of occupation by the Gitxsan. The English translation of the Gitxsan is “People of the River of Mist”. Settlement of the area by non-Gitxsan began around the turn of the century. Gitxsan people have lived on the territory since creation. Interaction with explorers and settlers began around 1866.more info

Address / Contact Info
710 Ray Charles
, Gitsegukla, BC, V0J 2J3
Phone: (250) 849-5490
Fax: (250) 849-5492
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Gitwangak Band Office

Gitwangak is home to the world famous Totem Poles, Seven Sisters Mountain Range, Battle Hill, St. Paul’s Anglican Church, and world class Recreational Fishing. Well endowed with culture and history, Gitwangak is a true Northwest Treasure.more info

Address / Contact Info
149 Bridge St.
, Kitwanga, BC, V0J 2A0
Phone: (250) 849-5591
Fax: (250) 849-5353
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Gitwinksihlkw (Canyon City) Band Office

In the Nass Valley, Nisga’a villages provide amenities including grocery stores, bed and breakfast accommodations, restaurants, gift shops, gas stop, and health services.more info

Address / Contact Info
2000 Lisims Dr.
, Gitlaxt'aamiks (New Aiyansh), BC, V0J 1A0
Phone: (250) 633-3000
Toll-free: 1-866-633-0888
Fax: (250) 633-2367
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Hagwilget Band Office

Our location stands at the transition between the mild and wet coastal climate of the Skeena River valley and the drier, more extreme interior.more info

Address / Contact Info
Hwy 62
, New Hazelton, BC, V0J 2J0
Phone: (250) 842-6258
Fax: (250) 842-6924
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Haisla Nation Council

The Haisla Nation is the band government of the Haisla people. Our mission is to build a powerful, prosperous and proud community, healthy in mind, body and spirit.more info

Address / Contact Info
Haisla Nation
500 Gitksan Ave.
, Haisla (Kitamaat Village), BC, V0T 2B0
Phone: (250) 639-9361
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Hartley Bay Band Office

From the beginning of time, the Gitga’at people have existed in their Territory on what is now British Columbia's northwest coast. The wellbeing of their people is intricately related to the health of their lands, waters, and resources, and the community continues to work to sustain their abundance and richness. Gitga’at culture is strengthening, and traditional practices continue to shape day to day life in the village.more info

Address / Contact Info
445 Hayimiisaxaa Way
, Hartley Bay, BC, VOV 1A0
Phone: (250) 841-2500
Fax: (250) 841-2541
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