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This page is your source for news, announcements, events and activities relating to Tahltan Central Council. Check back often to ensure you stay up-to-date with everything that is happening in your community.

Sep. 16/14

The Galore Creek Mining Corporation (GCMC) offers bursary awards for Tahltan members pursuing post-secondary education, which includes university and college programs, as well as accredited skills-upgrading programs.

Sep. 16/14

Tahltan members are invited to attend an informal community meeting and dinner to get the latest information, ask questions, and provide feedback to Tahltan Central Council leadership.

Sep. 15/14

This course is based on First Aid theory and practical skill development. It includes skills necessary to effectively manage workplace medical emergencies. OFA Level 3 certification requres an examination (written, oral, and practical) conducted by a certified examiner following course completion.

Sep. 12/14

The Tāłtān Language Revitalization Team is pleased to announce that they are working to create a Children's Tāłtān Alphabet Book. They are looking for Tahltan artists to work closely with them to illustrate the pages of this language book.

Sep. 10/14

Dease Lake, B.C. – Tahltan Central Council (TCC) has welcomed an announcement from the Province that suspends all permitting decisions for proposed coal mine projects in the Klappan area of Tahltan Nation territory until December 1, 2014. 

Sep. 4/14

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) and BC's Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) are inviting the public to attend an Open House meeting for the ongoing environmental assessment of the Brucejack Gold Mine project.

Sep. 3/14

Tahltan Elders and Tahltan Band Chief Terri Brown maintain their roadblock on Highway 51 between Dease Lake and Telegraph Creek, despite planned meetings with representatives from the provincial government this week.

Sep. 2/14

Please join us this Wednesday (September 3, 2014) to discuss the moose hunting situation in our territory with government representatives.

Aug. 29/14

A group of Tahltan Elders have set up a roadblock on Highway 51 between Dease Lake and Telegraph Creek to limit moose hunting in their territory.

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