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Official blog of Tahltan Central Council

The Tahltan Central Council blog features stories, photos and news so you can get the inside scoop on what is happening in your community.

Sep. 10/12

The Foundation for the Advancement of Aboriginal Youth (FAAY) is a national scholarship and bursary program administered by CCAB that responds to the critical need to assist Aboriginal high school and post secondary students with bursaries and scholarships — through the generous support of program sponsors.

Aug. 1/12

Brianna Quock is from Terrace, BC, and recently received her Commercial Helicopter Pilots license. She is one of two female native helicopter pilots in Canada. 

Jun. 27/12

Tahltan artist Sheldon Dennis treasures his culture and incorporates it into the fine art pieces he creates.

Jun. 27/12

Chief Rick McLean of the Tahltan Band Council is tackling the beautiful but physically challenging road from Dease Lake to Telegraph Creek in the name of charity.

Jun. 27/12

The Tahltan Heritage Resources Environmental Assessment Team (THREAT) works on behalf of the Tahltan Central Council, Iskut Band Council and the Tahltan Band to review proposed development projects and provide advice to the Tahltan leadership regarding impacts to Tahltan interests in Tahltan territory.

Jun. 21/12

William Brandon B. Seymour is from Terrace, BC, and graduated from Caledonia Senior Secondary School June 2012. 

Jun. 20/12

In less than a day, the donation amount has been doubled for the 2012 Annual Charity Bike Ride.

Jun. 19/12

The 2012 Annual Bike ride is approaching, and donors are lining up to support the cause. 

Jun. 18/12

Jordan Janet Louie is from Iskut, BC, and is graduating from Caledonia Secondary School June 2012. 

Jun. 14/12

A list of recipients for the AltaGas/Tahltan Nation scholarships and bursaries

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