Nisg̱a’a Delegation Meets Kitsum Kalum Leadership July 31

A contingent of Nisg̱a’a Nation elected and hereditary leaders met with Kitsum Kalum leaders at Kitsum Kalum Community Centre on July 31st.

The meeting was pursuant to provincial government consultation requirements in respect of the Nisg̱a’a Nation’s purchase of Crown Land in the vicinity of Nasoga Gulf. 

After productive information and dialogue exchange, Nisg̱a’a Nation officials were happy to receive the support of Kitsum Kalum on the proposed land purchase.

Kitsum Kalum support referenced the 1996 Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Tsimshian and Nisg̱a’a Nations in Prince Rupert where territorial boundaries had been agreed to. 

The two nations also expressed interest in reviving earlier talks on the commissioning and raising of a totem pole at the territorial boundary at Sand Lake.

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