The lands office will be a support to Council, and work on behalf of the members to ensure that land in our community is managed in a way that respects the economic, ecological, social, and cultural objectives of the community.
Aboriginal Title & Rights
kitsumkalum on the coast
We have aboriginal rights to fish, harvest, gather and engage in cultural and spiritual activities throughout the coastal part of our territory.
Community Land Use Plan
Our plan is shaped by the practical realities of our reserve lands as well as our community’s vision, principles, objectives, and policies for future land use.
Marine Use Plan
Our traditional use region combines both coastal and inland areas that cover 5,941,000 hectares.
The coastal area begins at Portland Inlet in the north and extends southward through Chatham sound, including important sites around Edye Pass and down Grenville and Principe Channels.