LAND & RESOURCES

 

Sustainability in Gitga’at Territory: The wellbeing of the Gitga’at community is intricately related to the health of their lands and waters and the abundance of resources therein...

Ecosystem-Based Management: Hartley Bay, the home community of the Gitga’at, lies about 90 miles southeast of Prince Rupert and 50 miles southwest of Kitimat, at the confluence of Grenville and Douglas Channels.

Land Use Planning: About 180 Gitga’at live in Hartley Bay year round, and another 450 live off-reserve, mostly in Prince Rupert, Vancouver and on Vancouver Island.
Marine Use Planning: Hartley Bay can be accessed by floatplane or ferry from Prince Rupert
Treaty Negotiations: The Gitga’at assert Aboriginal Rights and Title to the lands and resources in their Territory and are negotiating land ownership, governance structures and ...

 

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