The Significance of Family Columbaria in Preserving Family Ties 

Family columbarium represents a timeless method of honoring the departed, allowing families to create a dedicated sanctuary for the ashes of their loved ones. These structures, deeply rooted in ancient traditions, offer a private, respectful space where generations can be remembered together, thus facilitating a collective memorial. Serving not only as a final resting place, … Read moreThe Significance of Family Columbaria in Preserving Family Ties 

Namgis First Nation

The ‘Namgis village of Yalis is a large community located on Cormorant Island though the original village site is Xwalkw at Gwani (Nimpkish River). Surrounded by water, and providing a wealth of naturally purified drinking water, is the home of the ‘Namgis Nation. The mountain ranges and the water’s crystal surface provide a spectacular view. … Read moreNamgis First Nation

Kwicksutaineuk First Nation

The territory of the Kwicksutaineuk-ah-kwa-mish First Nation spans the southern Broughton Archipelago and the Gilford Island area just north of the mouth of Knight Inlet. The main village of the Kwicksutaineuk-ah-kwa-mish is Gwa’yasdams, is a small community located on Gilford Island. The village of Gwa’yasdams is a small community located on Gilford Island, an entrance … Read moreKwicksutaineuk First Nation

Gwawaenuk First Nation

The Gwawaenuk Tribe is a band government of the Kwakwaka’wakw people located in the Queen Charlotte Strait region of the Central Coast region of British Columbia, Canada.The Gwawaenuk Tribe has no year-round road access to a service centre and being about 160 km to 240 km from the nearest service centre.

Musgamagw Tsawataineuk Tribal Council