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Chief Negotiator 

This Postiion is responsible for the primary negotiations with all levels of the governments as well as reporting back to the Lake Babine Nation Members and Leadership. 

Managing Director

This position is responsible for over seeing the daily operations of the Treaty Program and reporting to the Chief Negotiator as well as the LBN Executive Director, Chief and Council.  

Marvin Williams - Indigenous Planning Facilitator

Marvin has been with the Treaty Team for three years.  He interviews elders and transcribes the information.  This work helps when treaty is negotiating about things like overlaps.  It also creates a storehouse of history and knowledge for the children of LBN.

Roger Patrick - Indigenous Planning Facilitator

Roger has been working with Treaty for three years.  He works with Marvin during interviews and also works on transcribing past recordings. Roger’s work compliments Marvin’s as it helps recover the knowledge gathered from old interviews that would otherwise be lost.  His efforts preserve this and make it accessible for LBN to use aga 

Cyndi  Lowley- Patrick - Governance Coordinator

Cyndi has been with the Treaty since October 2012. Her primary duties include the Governance Project, Communications aspects of the Governance Project and assisting the Treaty team with various tasks. Cyndi is also involved in a number of Treaty Related Projects and research. More recently, Cyndi has been appointed the Interim Treaty Manager to oversee the Treaty Program.


2017 Skeena Sockeye Management Plan

In 2017, the total sockeye return to the entire Skeena River is expected to be 500,000. The average return is about 2 million. The predicted 2017 return would be about the same size as the return in 2013 that led to dramatic reductions in food fish harvest for LBN.

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UNBC / LBNT Events



Multiple events and downloadable posters to view such as when Lake Babine First Nation first approached the Northern BC Archives at UNBC in 2010 to assist in its archiving activities, learn more about UNBC's relationship with the Lake Babine First Nation which has been ongoing for twenty years, and more.

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SPAM Protection What is missing North, South, East