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‘Na Aksa Gyilak’yoo School is a certified and accredited by both the BC Ministry of…

NEW DATE – postponed to JUNE 2nd Kitsumkalum is invited to enjoy a grab and…

If you haven’t filed your taxes yet, the new deadline is June 1st, 2020. You…

Good afternoon all, The recently announced staged plan to re-open the Province is a welcome…

What Is Violence?

COVID Information Update from the Province of B.C. As of May 13th we reached 57…

Kitsumkalum Health is still offering childhood immunizations. Call 250-635-6172 to make an appointment.

Download Part 2 – Community Impact Statement Click here for Part 1 – Community Impact…

Part 1 – Community Impact Statement – download Part 2 – Community Impact Statement –…

Kitsumkalum Fish & Wildlife Enforcement

What has been done: Following the BC declaration of a State of Emergency, the Kitsumkalum…

ALL BINS ARE NOW CLOSED A total of 6 construction-size bins were used by the…

Dear Kitsumkalum community, I am pleased to report that in the 6 weeks since BC…

Health Organizations: First Nations Health Authority: www.fnha.ca World Health Organization: www.who.int Northern Health: www.northernhealth.ca HealthLink…

Household Upkeep and Waste Management How can you help ensure bears don’t get habituated to…

Not everyone is eligible for CERB and MAY have to repay benefits at a later…

Honour Your Health Challenge – Kitsumkalum! May 4th to July 3rd

The resources and benefits listed below are available directly from the federal or provincial governments…

Households in Kitsumkalum IR1 are asked to bring a tote to Kitsumkalum hall after 11am…

KITSUMKALUM RESIDENTS A construction-size bin will be available at the Public Works Yard UNTIL MAY…

Kitsumkalum Wellness Bingo

April 17, 2020 While the majority of our efforts are focused on the global Pandemic,…

PDF Download: FNHA-Infection-Prevention-and-Control-Measures-for-Client-Transportation

Fishermen are eligible to apply for the Emergency Response Benefit after their EI runs out,…

Canada Emergency Response Benefit (Combines the previously announced Emergency Care Benefit and Emergency Support Benefit)…

Walking Challenge for Kitsumkalum will start at the end of April.

Apple – a new way of looking at an apple

To the Kitsumkalum Community, Your leadership team has been monitoring the pandemic and its spread…

Mental Health is a huge concern during these trying times. Please reach out if you…

Download the PDF document: Self-Screening Tool for COVID-19 for First Nation Visitors or Members Returning…

Good day Kitsumkalum Community, We are taking this COVID-19 Virus very seriously. At the Health…

The current COVID-19 pandemic numbers in British Columbia: 1,174 confirmed cases as of April 3,…

All social gatherings and visiting must stop until further notice.

  Accessing financial benefits and support during the COVID-19 outbreak >> PDF DOWNLOAD: COVID-19 –…

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Change in hours of operation for Kitsumkalum Tempo: Open 8 am, closed at midnight.