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NEWS: TELLING US WHERE WE CAME FROM
Mon, 2018-05-28
"The information in our archaeological sites is very important for the First Nations," says Wei Wai Kum member Christine Roberts. "It helps us keep track of our history. It's evidence, it tells us...

NEWS: NOT JUST IN THE JOB: ON THE JOB
Mon, 2018-04-09
Being a Guardian Watchman is not just a career but a way of life, say Mamalilikulla Chief Richard Sumner and Guardian Watchman Darren Puglas. "Anyone doing this job is someone who isn't scared of...

NEWS: STEPPING UP TO BE A GUARDIAN WATCHMAN
Thu, 2018-04-05
Ever wondered what it's like to be a Mamalilikulla Guardian Watchman? Ever thought about why you might want to learn how to be one, and join us in our work? Darren Puglas, who is one of our Guardians...

NEWS: THERE’S NOTHING LIKE BEING THERE
Thu, 2018-04-05
Ha-ma-yas First Nations host a field trip for visitors into the territories to see what's happening on the ground. "When you see for yourself what it is you and everyone else is working for, it...

NEWS: GRIZZLY BEARS IN THE RAIN
Mon, 2018-03-19
It doesn't matter much if it is raining when tourists see their first grizzly bears, says Da'naxda'xw Guardian Watchman Stanley Beans. "There's usually quite a bit of high-pitched screeching and then...

NEWS: GOING BACK TO THE SOURCE
Thu, 2018-03-15
"Shellfish are a food source that could feed the world," says Gina Thomas enthusiastically. Along with Brandon Wilson, Thomas is one of Tlowitsis' two fulltime Guardian Watchmen. "We have such...