The Tahltan language is Na-Dene (or Athapaskan) and is typically grouped with Tagish and Kaska as distinct dialects within the single language family. Although the Tahltan language is at risk of extinction, we strive to keep it alive among current and future generations of Tahltan people.
In the summer of 1975, at a gathering of the Tahltan people, the decision was made to unite the people under the umbrella of one organization to collectively represent the interests of the Tahltan Nation.
The Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course is an entry-level introduction to emergency medicine. This course provides training that students require in order to gain employment as an Emergency Medical Responder.
Members of the Tahltan nation began blockading a road which leads to the site of Fortune Minerals’ proposed open pit coal mine last night as Tahltan Central Council (TCC) leaders prepared for talks with Government this afternoon.