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November 17, 2023

3Nations – Land Guardians Video

Premier John Horgan joined Deputy Chief Harlan Schilling, Daylu Dena Council, for the screening of a new video commemorating the demolition of the former residential school at Lower Post and…
October 11, 2023

FNHA Funding

3Nations received FNHA funding to initiate development of a 5-10 year Regional Health Plan that will encompass all of the 3Nations’ seven communities.
Regional PartnershipNews
October 21, 2022

3Nations, B.C. regional partnership renewed, strengthened

After a decades-long fight, the former residential school in Lower Post is being torn to the ground. On June 30, the 46th anniversary of the school’s closure, a ceremonial demolition…
The Final Chapter of the Lower PostNews
March 17, 2022

Video celebrates new beginnings, demolition of Lower Post residential school

Premier John Horgan joined Deputy Chief Harlan Schilling, Daylu Dena Council, for the screening of a new video commemorating the demolition of the former residential school at Lower Post and…
October 14, 2021

Job Posting

We are seeking a Northern Indigenous leader to become the first Project Director of the Network. We are looking for someone who is passionate aboutIndigenous-led environmental stewardship, has management experience…
July 8, 2021

Lower Post holds ceremonial demolition of its residential school

After a decades-long fight, the former residential school in Lower Post is being torn to the ground. On June 30, the 46th anniversary of the school’s closure, a ceremonial demolition…
July 6, 2021

Dave Porter, Justin Trudeau and John Horgan: Lower Post residential school was a place of terror and desperate loneliness

For the community, the demolition of the building this week offers a powerful symbol of hope for the future and the promise and possibilities of reconciliation.
June 30, 2021

Recent Media on Lower Post’s Former Residential School Demolition & New Multi-Purpose Cultural Centre to Come

From 1951 to 1975, the children of the Indigenous Nations of Yukon and northern British Columbia were stolen from their families and sent to the residential school in Lower Post,…
June 30, 2021

Residential school survivors pushed for decades to demolish building in northern B.C.

Survivors of a residential school in northern British Columbia have given the community strength and courage to keep pushing in a decades-long fight to demolish the building, says the deputy…
June 30, 2021

Media Release

Lower Post Residential School Ceremonial Demolition and Ground Blessing Ceremony for New Multi-Purpose Cultural Centre
June 29, 2021

Lower Post Gathering Program

June 11, 2021

Lower Post Gathering

The Daylu Dena Council will be demolishing the Lower Post Residential School and holding a groundbreaking for the new multi-purpose centre on June 21st.
January 7, 2021

Here’s when and where Yukoners can get vaccinated against COVID-19

Danielle d'Entremont - CBC News January 07, 2021 Beginning the week of Jan. 18, 2 mobile teams will travel into rural Yukon communities. Yukon officials released details on Thursday about…
January 4, 2021

Former residential school in Lower Post slated for demolition: premier

B.C. Premier John Horgan (centre, blue jacket) is drummed into the Lower Post Residential School by Kaska drummers in Lower Post, B.C. on Orange Shirt Day in a 2019 handout…
December 17, 2020

What You Need to Know About the COVID-19 Vaccine

What is the COVID-19 vaccine? Vaccines are products that produce immunity to a specific disease like COVID-19. When you are immune to COVID-19 that means you can be exposed to…
December 17, 2020

COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-out begins in BC and Yukon

First British Columbian vaccinated, COVID-19 immunizations begin Today marks the first day of British Columbia’s provincewide COVID-19 immunizations, the most comprehensive vaccine program to ever be delivered in B.C. Over…
December 8, 2020

Dane Nan Yḗ Dāh Guardians on the Land

What do Guardians do, in their own words? In this video produced by Dane Nan Yḗ Dāh, Tanya Ball gives a quick peek into the daily work of the Kaska…
October 2, 2020

Every Child Matters

Photo: Manu Keggenhoff John Horgan - September 30, 2020 Today is Orange Shirt Day — a day to promote awareness of the individual, family and community intergenerational impacts of…
August 14, 2020

Employment Opportunity

August 14th, 2020 Regional Emergency Operations Manager The 3 Nations Society is seeking to recruit an energetic and qualified person, capable of working efficiently and effectively without direct supervision, to…
August 10, 2020

COVID and Hunting

For Immediate Release August 7, 2020 The Leadership of the 3 Nations, the Kaska Dena, Taku River Tlingit First Nation, and Tahltan Nation are announcing support for each Nation’s advisories…
April 21, 2020

Helping rural, remote and Indigenous communities respond to COVID-19

NEWS RELEASE A new collaborative framework will help ensure people living in rural, remote and Indigenous communities in B.C. have access to critical health care they can count on…
March 18, 2020

What you Need to Know about the COVID-19 Pandemic

It is advised to keep appraised of how to stay healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. The following links will provide accurate and up to date information:
January 31, 2020

Campaign Launches to Celebrate and Support Indigenous Guardians

Media Release Ottawa: Jan 29, 2020 The Land Needs Guardians is a new campaign designed to celebrate and support Indigenous Guardians programs and Indigenous stewardship. The campaign, launching on Wednesday,…
October 1, 2019

Premier travels to Lower Post

Representatives from the Taku River Tlingit, Tahltan and Kaska Dena First Nations met with Premier John Horgan on Oct. 1, 2019, in Lower Post to have important community conversations about…
September 4, 2019

Meet the Kaska land guardians

Kaska Dena’s proposed Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area and the land guardians working to protect their culture and traditional territory - part 2 of a two-part series.
March 9, 2019

Atlin, BC, welcomes home children of residential school students

Former students of residential schools were welcomed in a homecoming ceremony the week of March 9, 2019, in Atlin, BC, to help with the healing process for residential school students.…
January 31, 2019

3 Nations Youth trip to the 2019 AME Roundup

This year a 45+ delegation of 3 Nations Youth were introduced to this year's AME Mining Roundup. This was a milestone for the 3 Nations Youth and credit goes to…
November 30, 2018

Ottawa to hand over child welfare services to Indigenous governments

The federal government plans to hand over control of child welfare services to Indigenous governments, in an effort to drive down the massive number of Indigenous children in foster care.
November 15, 2018

3 Nations win BC Premier’s Award

On November 1, 2018, the 3 Nations (Tahltan, Kaska, Tlingit) won the Premier’s Award in the Innovation category. This unique partnership was recognized for the ground-breaking approach that the Tahltan,…
November 5, 2018

Presentation on 3 Nations to Senate Committee in Ottawa

The Senate Standing Committee on Aboriginal Peoples is due to table a major report early in 2019 regarding what a new relationship between Canada and First Nations, Inuit, and Métis…
February 28, 2018

3 Nations meet with Premier Horgan and Key Ministers

3 Nations leaders and delegates met with Premier Horgan and key ministers in Victoria. 3 Nations presented an overview of their successes, their path forward, and renewal of the Government…
January 28, 2018

Stikine Wholistic Working Group invited to attend emergency meeting on Indigenous Child Welfare

Members of the Stikine Wholistic Working Group were invited to participate in a panel at an emergency meeting in Ottawa called by Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott to discuss child…
November 12, 2017

3 Nations 1 Voice Youth Conference

From November 9 – 12, 2017, Tahltan, Kaska, and Tlingit youth participated in a Youth Conference sponsored by the Stikine Wholistic Working Group. This 3 Nations initiative was a tremendous…
May 10, 2016

Canada officially adopts UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, Carolyn Bennett, announced Canada is now a full supporter, without qualification, of the UNDRIP, committing to “fully adopting this and working to implement it…