We are happy to introduce Kyle Munro to our community. Kyle is a Nurse Practitioner, and will be providing his services to Gitsegukla through the Health Center. Read more in the pdf posting below…

Help keep our planet clean and healthy! Join us in our Earth Day garbage pick up this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Please separate garbage, wood, and metals and leave them at the curbside to be picked up. This initiative is to help improve the cleanliness of our community and to promote healthy living for our […..]

Please see the following letter from TELUS regarding the COVID-19 situation and the supports offered by TELUS.

Take part in the May self care challenge! Challenge yourself and your family to take part in the slotted activities on this calendar. Why stop there? Self care may be a challenge at times, but it’s something we all need daily. 🙂

The newsletter posting below contains valuable information about the FAST program (First Nation Action & Support Team) and the services currently available. For more information, please see the PDF posting below…

We would like to inform all First Nations that for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, expired Status Cards shall be accepted until the COVID-19 pandemic subsides and government office reopen.

Please be advised: Residents of Park Drive, Steamboat Eddy and Kitchen Creek can expect intermittent water service disruptions on Monday, May 11 & Tuesday May 12th as a result of construction associated with the replacement of 3 fire hydrants in that area.

Here you can find various resources for First Nations individuals. Please view the PDF posting below for more info.

The Gitsegukla Band Council would like to thank everyone for their cooperation, patience and understanding during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Ensuring our community is well protected has come with challenges but we must persevere as one. The extent and severity of a potential local outbreak will be determined by the actions each of us take on […..]

This is an update to the Community Protection Measures – Level 3, first implemented on March 20th, 2020.  As stated in the March 20 notice, the community remains open only to local residents and essential personnel e.g. medical or elder care.  By implementing Level-3, Community Protection Measures we are significantly lowering the risk of infection […..]