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$9 million for Tsimshian Roundtable to build industry workforce
The organization came together two years ago to make sure Tsimshian people benefit from proposed LNG projects in the area by making sure a workforce is prepared for when the industry does decide to develop in the province. Gitxaala Chief Clifford White ...
Mayor Brain brings Tsimshian Access message to Minister Garneau
Brain also spoke with the Minister of Transport Marc Garneau for the second time during his trip, and again discussed the Tsimshian Access Project – a vital transportation component to the City's Hays 2.
Tsimshian Chiefs welcome CEAA report
Tsimshian Chiefs representing Metlakatla, Gitxaala, Kitselas, and Kitsumkalum First Nations have welcomed the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency's (CEAA) recent conclusion that the Pacific NorthWest LNG Project will not lead to significant ...
Metlakatla First Nation signs two pipeline benefits agreements with BC
Metlakatla members will also benefit from funding for a new socio-economic agreement as a member of the Tsimshian Roundtable, says the Province. The Roundtable is made up of representatives of the Tsimshian Alliance and six LNG project proponents ...
The True Tongue of the Tsimshian Tribe
The language of the Tsimshian tribe of the Pacific Northwest is called Sm'algyax (alternatively spelled Shm'algyack), which directly translates to, “real or true tongue.

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