Lake Babine Nation

August 12, 2014 Youth Follow up in Smithers

Mussi for all of the youth and parents who came out to our TRM Youth update on August 12, 2014 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm  We had one of our youth rap and free style about his thoughts about Lake Babine Nation and we also had some insight from the youth who live in town and rarely ever go back to the lake and lands There are many different perspectives where our culture, language and beliefs are concerned and its very imporant that we hear each and every one's view Mussi for the great insight and we look forward to many more visits with you in Smithers We hope that you're taking in as much as information as you're giving where the Treaty process is concerened Enjoy the rest of your summer

 

 

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August 11, 2014 Youth Follow Up in Tachet

Mussi to all of the youth and parents who took the time to come for our TRM Youth follow-up in Tachet on August 11, 2014 from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm We are really pleased with the valuable information we gained from our afternoon in Tachet Thank you for giving a tour of the great places you love and cherish in Tachet This information will help guide us in the future and will also inspire us to keep doing what we're doing We look forward to many more visits with you as we go through the treaty process Your kind hospitality and food were good medicine for our treaty staff 

 

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Lake/ Land Tour

August 6, 7, 8, 2014 Lake/Land Tour

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Lake Babine Nation Treaty Youth Forum

The Lake Babine Nation youth from Tachet, Smithers, Fort Babine and Woyenne participated in a Youth Forum on June 24, 25, 26, 2014 at the Margaret Patrick Memorial Community Centre. There were 100+ Elders, youth and staff in attendance for all three of the days. We had presenters come in and share their life successes and teachings that brought them to new heights. Thank you to all of the youth and parents that took the time to come and be a part of this forum. We are very pleased with the positive outcome and the insights of our young people in regards to land use and what they would like to see in our future as Lake Babine Nation. Our youth are our future, and their perspective is very important and always more than welcome. 

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