1. Burman River Fisheries Te...

Uu-a-thluk is seeking five experienced fisheries technicians for employment on a part-time term basis (4-5 days per week) for approximately two months commencing on September 1, 2016. The fisheries technicians will conduct a suuhaa...

2. Burman River Crew Leader

Uu-a-thluk is seeking a highly motivated and experienced Fisheries Crew Leader on a full-time term basis for approximately two months commencing in early September 2016. The Crew Leader will supervise and lead a crew of 4-5 fisheries...

3. Returning Seasonal Fisher...

Jared Dick joins Uu-a-thluk for another term, this time for a six-month term as an associate biologist, after successfully completing his Bachelor of Science with a major in marine biology and environmental studies minor from the...

4. The Indicator Tracking Pr...

All fisheries—regardless of where they are located or what they are fishing for—have objectives. They can be as simple as when and where fishers can fish, or more complex, and include objectives to meet other community values besides just...

5. First Nations Fisheries A...

A new learning-based initiative pairs experts in the field of aquatic resources with those interested in a career in the fishing industry. The Aboriginal Fisheries Apprenticeship program is a three-month pilot course giving Nuu-chah-nulth...
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Request for Proposals

Request for Proposals
Uu-a-thluk (NTC Fisheries) is seeking proposals from interested individuals to provide administrative services for Nuu-chah-nulth Nations that are negotiating rights-based economic fisheries with...

Former Uu-a-thluk Intern Hired as New Fisheries Co...

Former Uu-a-thluk Intern Hired as New Fisheries Coordinator for Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation
In January, Kadin Snook started as the Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation Fisheries Coordinator. Originally from Gold River, Kadin is Chief Larry Andrew’s grandson and a member of the...

Opening of Nuu-chah-nulth Fisheries Case

Hello supporters of Nuu-chah-nulth fishing rights: On Monday, January 18 (10 am), the court will reconvene in Vancouver to hear the Nuu-chah-nulth case. We are counting on a strong presence of...

First-hand Learning for Two Uu-a-thluk Summer Inte...

First-hand Learning for Two Uu-a-thluk Summer Interns
A new addition to Jared’s academic year was a course on statistics, which he decided to take after Jim Lane, Uu-a-thluk Southern Region biologist, said it would be useful for a fisheries-based...
Recognizing Our Donors: Uu-a-thluk Summer Camps Bring Science to Life

Recognizing Our Donors: Uu-a-thluk Summe...

  This past summer 100 children from Ahousaht, Ditidaht, Ehattesaht/Chinehkint, Hupacasath, Huu-ay-aht, Mowachaht/Muchalaht, Tseshaht, Uchucklesaht and Ucluelet First Nations participated in Uu-a-thluk...
More Than Fish on the Line in “Enough Already” Campaign for Nuu-chah-nulth Fishing Rights

More Than Fish on the Line in “Eno...

The Enough Already campaign for Nuu-chah-nulth fishing rights was launched in late June to raise awareness and pressure decision makers to support the five Nuu-chah- nulth Nations that proved their rights in...

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