Network News Archive

Featured Profile: Chantal Pronteau

22/06/2017 (All day)
Chantal Pronteau

For Klemtu resident Chantal Pronteau, a Kitasoo/Xai’xais Guardian Watchman and Stewardship Technicians Training Program graduate, being a steward is first and foremost a people thing.

Stewardship Grads Bring Knowledge Back to Coastal Communities

10/04/2017 (All day)
DSCF4390-resized.jpg

At an inspiring ceremony in Prince Rupert, proud graduates of the Stewardship Technicians Training Program accept their well-deserved certificates.

Protecting Dungeness Crab on BC’s Central Coast

10/04/2017 (All day)
crab survey (2)_resized.jpg

After several years of coordinated research and surveying crab populations, Central Coast Nations build the case for preserving this culturally significant food source.

Exploring the Great Bear Sea

10/04/2017 (All day)
Great-Bear-Sea-Day-4-243-640x427.jpg

In 2015, Green Fire Productions released The Great Bear Sea: Reflecting on the Past – Planning for the Future, a film about efforts to balance ecological, cultural and economic considerations along BC

Eyes and Ears on Coastal BC

28/11/2016 (All day)
Roger using RMS_web.jpg

A successful case study in marine stewardship, Coastal Guardian Watchmen's Regional Monitoring System could be a model replicated by Indigenous Guardian programs nationwide.

Training the Next Generation of Coastal Stewards

25/11/2016 (All day)
STTP at Hakai

In the Stewardship Technicians Training Program, students acquire the skills to become stewardship professionals and learn from traditional knowledge that’s been passed down for generations.

NY Times Features Coastal First Nations and Guardian Watchmen

16/11/2016 (All day)
Klemtu.jpg

In this feature story, the NY Times highlights Indigenous communities from

First Nations must play key role in spill response

31/10/2016 (All day)
HeiltsukNation.jpg

In a recent opinion article in the Vancouver Sun about the devastating diesel spill in

CSN is hiring a Program Assistant!

18/10/2016 (All day)

Are you looking for a great opportunity to support the work of First Nations along BC's North and Central Coast, and Haida Gwaii?