Tahltan Language Revitalization in the Face of Resource Development in Northern British Columbia Tahltan Language Revitalization in the Face of Resource Development in Northern British Columbia
Dr. Judy Thompson (Edōsdi) is presenting March 21st at the annual Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She will be part of the Globalization, Resistance, and Ethnography: Indigenous alternatives to neo-liberalism session with a group of researchers from Northern BC. Her presentation is titled Tahltan Language Revitalization in the Face of Resource Development in [...]
Sneak Peak at Upcoming Tahltan Language Children's Book Sneak Peak at Upcoming Tahltan Language Children's Book
The first in a series of Tahltan children’s books is almost complete and will be published in the summer. Called ‘How We Got Our Fish’, the book is based on a story told by one of our Ancestors, Emma Brown, in our Tahltan language and has been transcribed by Angela Dennis. This picture shows the [...]
Framework Agreement gives Tahltan Band greater control over land and resources Framework Agreement gives Tahltan Band greater control over land and resources
Today in Ottawa, Tahltan Band signed a Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management (FNLM) which will allow the band to opt out of 34 land-related sections of the Indian Act and assume greater control over our reserve land and resources. The Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, accompanied by Chief Robert [...]

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