Alternate Names
Skidegate Band Council
British Columbia
British Columbia
First Nation Location
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First Nations Food, Nutrition & Environment Study: Results from British Columbia 2008/2009

Alternate Title
FNFNES Results from British Columbia 2008/2009
Documents & Presentations
Laurie Chan
Olivier Receveur
Donald Sharp
Study involves five components: household interviews collecting information on dietary patterns, lifestyle and general health status, environmental concerns and food security; sampling traditional foods for contaminants; sampling water for trace metals; hair sampling for mercury; and surface water sampling for pharmaceuticals.
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Indigenous Nationhood and Herring Governance: Strategies for the Reassertion of Indigenous Authority and Inter-Indigenous Solidarity Regarding Marine Resources

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Suzanne von der Porten
Jeff Corntassel
Devi Mucina
AlterNative, vol. 15, no. 1, March 2019, pp. 62-74
Examines the interactions between coastal Aboriginal nations in British Columbia, Canada and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) around the West Coast herring fishery as a site cultural resurgence, nationhood, solidarity, and Indigenous sovereignty.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by Mary Anne Wilson, Skidegate Caregivers

Documents & Presentations
File contains a presentation by Mary Anne Wilson, Skidegate Caregivers. Skidegate is a small reserve of the Haida Gwaii people on the Queen Charlotte Islands. Wilson discusses the administrative structure of the band, its' health needs, and her organization's composition and mandate. Wilson discusses the need for a healing house for the people there, and some of the needs it could address in the community such as addictions, general and cultural education.
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