Heiltsuk


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Heiltsuk

(ˈhaɪlˌstʊk)
n
(Peoples) a member of a coastal Native Canadian people living in British Columbia. Formerly called: Bella Bella
[of Wakashan origin]
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Heiltsuk Nation and the provincial and federal governments have joined together to take tangible steps toward reconciliation and recognizing and implementing Heiltsuk title and rights, outside of the courts and Treaty process.
This thick, blue-green putty-like material was first discovered by the Heiltsuk people, and oral tradition confirms that the clay was used by them for its healing properties.
Trickster is a mythological character that appears in the stories of several First Nations, but for Haisla and Heiltsuk writer Eden Robinson, it's a character that's undeniably Haisla.
Heiltsuk Horizon, a partnership of majority partner Heiltsuk Nation of Bella Bella, British Columbia and Horizon Maritime Services Limited, a Canadian marine services company, complained to the CITT in August 2018 that the winning supplier did not meet important safety requirements of the tender process.
Cluster 7 (Bering strait): Chukchi; North Alaskan Inupiat; Asiatic Eskimo; Bering Strait Inupiat; Denaina; Central Yupiq; Koyukon; Tagish; Tutchone; Tahltan; Kaska; Upper Tanana, Tanacross; Kutchin; Inland Tlingit; Chipewyan; Chilcotin; Halkomelem, Sechelt, Pentl; Comox; Nootka, Makah; Heiltsuk, Oowekeeno; Carrier; Haida; Tlingit; Tsimshian; Kwakiutl; Bella Coola; Athna; Eyak; Tanana; Aleut; Kodiak; Chugach; Klallam,Lkungen;
Guiding principles were used by Ahousaht First Nation (Ahousaht First Nation website) and Heiltsuk Economic Development Corporation (HEDC website) to clarify how the vision and values were to be operationalized by individuals in the context of economic development.
Finally, Carmen Lansdowne (Chapter 9), a Heiltsuk United Church minister, explores her longing to understand "the history of my people and the beautiful (as well as the oft-described ugly) reasons we converted" (p.
The field team that found the footprints included several archaeologists, students from the University of Victoria, as well as representatives from the Heiltsuk First Nation and the Wuikinuxv First Nation.
the Heiltsuk Nation exercising their inherent jurisdiction to regulate fishing in the hotly contested and dwindling herring fishery off the central coast of BC, an activity the media frames as a "protest": The Early Edition, "Heiltsuk Protest Shuts out Commercial Herring Fishermen", CBC News (2 April 2015), online: < www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/heiltsuk-protest-shuts-out-commercial-herring-fishermen-1.3019583>.
These communities are currently constituted, from south to north, as the Wuikinuxv, Heiltsuk, Nuxalk, Kitasoo/Xai'xais, Gitga'at, Haisla, and Metlakatla First Nations.
When the Heiltsuk First Nations Community in Bella Bella, British Columbia, asked to take over the sentencing of Frank Brown, aged 15, they chose to look back on historical precedent.