dubayaax a ts’awalk
everything is one
Ditidaht First Nation
Clear air, pure water and the food of the forests and the waters of our Territory have sustained our people, our economy and our traditions.
That we hold the wealth of our Nation and the use of our lands, waters and resources in the future as we did in the past, to the common good and benefit of all Ditidaht, by fostering development that is based on the principle of caring for and maintaining our physical and spiritual linkages with our lands, waters and resources for all generations.
The Ditidaht Constitution
Ditidaht First Nation is governed by an elected Chief and 4 councillors. Elections are held every second July in odd years.
Traditional territory flyover tour
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Land and resources
Ditidaht Fishery information
- General regulations
- Plans and enforcement protocols
- Violation consequences – first and second violation
- Openings – notices
- Closings – notices