Investing with Gitanmaax Band

Overview

Region:  North Coast

Nation:  Gitxsan

​Gitanmaax is located in Northern British Columbia and is nestled between the junction of the great Skeena and Bulkley Rivers. The Gitanmaax Band is a First Nation organization that operates under the umbrella of the Gitksan Government Commission (GGC) which has a block-funding arrangement with Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC).

Principles and Values

These are the principles and values that the Gitanmaax Band base their Vision and Mission Statement on.

We believe everyone in our community is entitled to:

Be treated equally

Respect from others

Have equal access to programs and services

Gain self reliance to the best of their abilities

Be safe in their community

Be supported in speaking out against injustice and abuse

Value their families above all else

Acknowledgement for their lfe experiences

Share their knowledge and information with others

Respect for their diversity and individuality

Uphold the values of Gitxsan traditions which are based on: Respect, caring, sharing and accepting consequences based on one's own actions or lack of them

Celebrate and express the joy of successful endeavours and happy times

http://www.gitanmaax.com

Map

Latitude: 55° 15' 48".401 N
Longitude: 127° 39' 51".213 S

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