Tahltan


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Tahltan

(ˈtæltən)
n
1. (Peoples) a member of a North American Indian people inhabiting NW British Columbia
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Athapascan group of the Na-Dene phylum
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In addition, Garibaldi is pleased to announce that it has executed a communications agreement with the Tahltan Central Government to ensure a mutually beneficial long-term dialogue committed to co-operating with local communities with regard to collaborative resource development.
He travelled to Wounded Knee on Liberation Day, and north to stand with the Tahltan Nation which is blockading Imperial Metal's Red Chris Mine in B.
In that case, Justice Baker noted, at paragraph 15, that "a number of individuals who manned a blockade at the Ealue Lake Road took the position that the Tahltan Central Council and the Iskut First Nation did not represent them, nor did they recognize the authority of either the council or the Iskut First Nation over them.
At the invitation of the Klabona Keepers--members of the Tahltan First Nation who live near Iskut, BC--the defense league helped create and then sustain a road blockade to keep non-Native hunters out of an area the Tahltan call "the Sacred Headwaters" in northern BC.
The concept for the book Sharing Our Knowledge came from a series of conferences of clans from the Tsimshian, Haida, Tlingit, and Tagish, Tutchone, and Tahltan Athabascan people.
government devised a solution to head off conflict between a First Nations community and the developers of a proposed a coal mine, using its Crown corporation BC Rail to buy and hold coal licenses during talks with the Tahltan Nation on managing the resource, according to the Globe and Mail.
Cloudwalker" tells the traditional Tahltan legend of the creation of the Sacred Headwaters of three important salmon bearing rivers of the Great Northwest Coast, in British Columbia.
In response to the Mount Polley tailings spill, members of the Tahltan First Nation who live in the area of the Red Chris project blockaded roads accessing the project site, beginning on August 8, seeking to halt the project based on fears that what happened at Mount Polley could also happen at Red Chris.
Fortune Mineral is planning an open-pit coal mine in the Sacred Headwaters of the Tahltan Nation.
In addition to the art, the book includes inspirational quotes and jokes from the artists, and three essays on North American Aboriginal humor by Tahltan artist and stand-up comedian Peter Morin, and Martine Reid and Mike Robinson of the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art.
Edzerza was a Tahltan, born in Telegraph Creek, BC in 1948.
Edzerza etait un Tahltan ne a Telegraph Creek, en Colombie-Britannique, en 1948.