What is Economic Reconciliation?

Fostering economic growth and development in Indigenous communities is crucial to reconciliation. Economic reconciliation starts with awareness, knowing what it means to a specific community, who is responsible for achieving it, and taking appropriate action.   A...

Brendon Eshom: App Developer and Language Advocate

Brendon Eshom isn’t wasting a moment of his youth. This Prince Rupert resident (originally from Hartley Bay) is proud of his heritage and wants you to know it. He’s on a quest to introduce the Sm’algyax dialect of the Ts’msyen language to more people.  These days,...

A Business That’s Ship Shape: The Gitga’at Transporter 

Have you seen the transport vessel ferrying goods and supplies to and from Prince Rupert and Kitimat to Hartley Bay? You’ll know which one it is by the Gitga’at First Nation (GFN) logo on the back and the friendly crew of two – sometimes 3 – Gitga’at...