Check out the March (Ta∙ten tse∙dle) issue of our newsletter, honouring Edgar Frank, celebrating the opening of the Chief Louis Arena, and sharing more stories of Tahltans enjoying successes of all kinds, from sports to work and school.
All Tahltans are invited to share a traditional dinner and Tahltan dancing. Bring your regalia. Learn about the work that has been done in the Klappan and discuss what we need to do to protect its future for our children.
A remote area of northwest British Columbia considered sacred by aboriginals and resource rich by mining companies has received a reprieve from potential coal-mining activities with a government order that puts new coal tenures on hold for one year.
The Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course is an entry-level introduction to emergency medicine. This course provides training that students require in order to gain employment as an Emergency Medical Responder.
Members of the Tahltan nation began blockading a road which leads to the site of Fortune Minerals’ proposed open pit coal mine last night as Tahltan Central Council (TCC) leaders prepared for talks with Government this afternoon.