GNTS Programs & Services

In light of the mandatory Covid-19 Pandemic Isolation, all preograms and services have been halted until we are allowed to return to everyday life.

We have a Pandemic Relief Program being offered to all GNTS registered households. See the Forms and Applications Tab for information.

Questions?

For information on any of our programs or services please call our office, we’d be happy to speak with you. We can also be reached by email.

Nisga’a Language & Culture Programs

GNTS offers Nisga’a Language classes throughout the year from beginners to advanced. We also offer a component of Nisga’a language in our Kids summer language, culture and recreation camp. We have many programs promoting Nisga’a Cultural learnings and traditions year round. Some programs are: Feasting Protocols Class for men and women, cedar bark harvesting, berry harvests and preserving. Nisga’a crafts such as: dream catcher making, drum making, rattle making, cedar weaving and regalia making. Fish harvests are also available to registered membership for Sockeye Salmon and Oolichan during their seasons. We also provide a charter bus for our members to travel to our homelands for the annual Hoobiyee Celebrations.

Youth & Recreation Programs

Our office offers many recreational activities during the year for youth including: basketball skills camps, hiking group, rock climbing, lake days, soccer skills camps, open gym sessions, sports days and a Kids Summer camp.

Other recreation services we offer to our membership are facility passes for the aquatic center and 2 local fitness centers. We also provide a recreation reimbursement fund with an annual monetary limit per household.

Family and Elder Programs

The GNTS office has many programs geared to families and elders. Some of these are: Monthly Elders Socials, quarterly family events including Easter, Halloween and Christmas, pro d day family events, an annual Grade 12 graduation dinner, education gifts for students K-12, annual Winter coat and boot allowance for youth and elders.

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