OUR COMMUNITIES

First Nation community partners

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There are many First Nation traditional territories and communities that are within the region, their governments often working in partnership with the RDMW and local municipalities.

For detailed, up-to-date information, it is always recommended that individual First Nation governments, Tribal Councils or Treaty Groups be contacted directly.  The list can be found here.

 

Note to all First Nation band administrations: If a link is broken or contact details are incorrect, please e-mail info@rdmw.bc.ca immediately.

Name Address Telephone Fax
Musgamagw Tsawataineuk Tribal Council Box 90, Alert Bay
BC, V0N 1A0
250-974-5516 250-974-5466
Gwa'sala'Nakwaxda'xw Band Box 998, Port Hardy
BC V0N 2P0
250-949-8343 250-949-7402
'Namgis First Nation Box 210, Alert Bay
BC, V0N 1A0
250-974-5556 250-974-5900
Whe La La U Area Council Box 150, Alert Bay
BC, V0N 1A0
250-974-5501 250-974-5904
Gwa-Wa-Enuk Tribe Box 344, Port McNeill
BC, V0N 2R0
250-949-8732 250-949-8732
Quatsino Band
Economic Development Corporation
305 Quattishe Road,
Coal Harbour, BC
250-949-6245 250-949-6249
Kwakiutl Band Box 1440, Port Hardy
BC, VoN 2P0
250-949-6012 250-949-6066
Kwicksutaineuk Band Box 10, Alert Bay
BC, V0N 1A0
250-974-3001 250-974-3036
Da'Naxda'xw - Awaetlala First Nation Box 330, Alert Bay
BC, V0N 1A0
250-974-2179 250-974-2109
Tsawataineuk Band General Delivery
Kingcome Inlet, BC
V0N 2B0
250-974-3013 250-974-3005
Mamalilikulla Qwe Qwa Sot Em Band
(member of the Kwakiutl District
Council)
1441 A Old Island Highway
Campbell River, BC
V9W 2E4
250-287-2955 250-287-4655
Tlatlasikwala First Nation
(member of the Kwakiutl District Council)
PO Box 578 Port Hardy
BC V0N 2P0
250-949-5751 250-949-57

North Island Regional Protocol Agreement (2010) and subsidiary agreements

North Island Regional Protocol Agreement (2010) and subsidiary agreementsThe result of years of discussions, and community to community talks, this protocol began its life as a project between the Winalagalis Treaty Group and the Regional District of Mount Waddington.

Participants worked to write a protocol which respects all of our differences, recognizes historical and aboriginal rights and speaks to the need for our communities to work together to find success in our common needs, and the unique opportunities provided by our differences.

The signing ceremony was arranged to coincide with the Sixth Annual BC Rural Communities Summit held in Port Hardy March 16-18 2010.  This protocol is considered a "Living Document" and all parties are hopeful that even more parties will see the benefit of joing the signatories in this great vision of stronger relationships and mutual recognition and cooperation.


In March of 2012, the first subsidiary agreements were signed, a renewed Alert Bay Accord and the Woss/ Wa'as Cooperative Agreement, both signed between RDMW communities and the 'Namgis First Nation.


LOCAL GOVERNMENT-FIRST NATION AGREEMENTS



First Nations and Regional District services

First Nations and Regional District servicesA number of First Nations in the region contribute to local services that the RDMW delivers.  These will be specified here as the website is built.

TRADITIONAL TERRITORY MAP

TRADITIONAL TERRITORY MAP

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