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We maintain a relationship with the entire 33,000 sq. km of our traditional territory.

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That which sustained us in the past will sustain us in the future.

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The Gitxsan have a bright future of self sufficiency, independance and financial stability on the lax yip.

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The true engine of job creation for the Gitxsan is the nine watersheds and the infrastructure that the…

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The traditional, hereditary system is active in the Gitxsan nation. The adaawk is tied to the territory and events depicted…

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17 March 2010

Dim lipgyathl huwilphl Gitxsan


Ama sa, Look around, stay awhile, and come back soon!

Before you go, make sure to take a look at the About the Gitxsan section at the top right!

“If you take a bucket of water out of the Skeena River, the Skeena keeps on flowing. Our rights still flow and they will flow forever.”

- Hereditary chief Delgamuukw at a press conference following the BC Court of Appeal ruling, June 25, 1993.



Gitxsan Latest News

Tribute to Gisday Wa (Alfred Joseph)

Tuesday, 04 February 2014 - 23:35 pm

Alfred Joseph
March 1, 1927 – January 31, 2014

Many of us, remember Alfred Joseph. Most times he is just like us yet he always did extra. First he and Helen brought up beautiful children of their own and many other children that needed care – at that time there was no welfare on reserves. He was never a greedy man putting his love for others ahead of his personal needs. His legacy is that he always did extra.

Alfred spent many hours on the ball field teaching the young boys