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We provide a wide range of community services to our members. If you don’t find the information you are looking for here, please click on the “Need Help” button, or .
Status card information
Status card questions? Membership requirement questions?
Contact the Membership Registrar between 8:30 and 4:30 on Wednesdays – in person only. Please call ahead to check availability.
Karen Mack, Membership Registrar – 250.745.3333, ext. 238
- Identification Required for Status Card Renewal
- Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council
The Nuu-chah-nulth Economic Development Corporation (NEDC), in partnerships with the Business Equity Program (B.E.P.) and Aboriginal Business Canada (ABC), delivers the ABC Program to Vancouver Island clients.
To be the communication source for all Nuu chah nulth First Nations; Ha-Shilth-Sa covers the events and issues happening throughout Nuu chah nulth aht, and reports in a fair, accurate, balanced and culturally sensitive manner. Covering the West Coast of Vancouver Island from a distinctly Nuu chah nulth perspective, Ha-Shilth-Sa publishes articles monthly on the events and issues that affect all Nuu-chah-nulth.
Info and forms
Comprehensive Community Plan information
Please review the list below and click to download further details on the job that interests you. Jobs will be updated as they come available and are filled.
- Executive Assistant/Bookkeeper
- Indigenous Summer Intern Program: Marine Spill Response Technician
- Barkley Project Group: Junior Administrative Coordinator
- Barkley Project Group: Junior Project Coordinator
- Barkley Project Group: Project Coordinator
- Ditidaht First Nation Elders’ Coordinator
- Ditidaht First Nation Patient Travel Clerk & Community Health Representative
BC Indigenous Forestry Career Opportunities:
- Application Instructions
- FNFC Workforce Intake Form
- Scholarship will pay for living and tuition costs for a recognized post-secondary Forestry Programs
- Paid Summer Work Placement with BC Timber Sales or local Forestry Company (Internship and Mentorship)
- Application Deadline: March 29, 2019 [EXTENDED to APRIL. 30th]
- IAYIP Application Form
- FREE Work-cation to Uganda Africa (Airfare, Food and Accommodation Costs Covered – 4 Months)
- 4 Month Internship from June to September 2019
- Aboriginal Youth Aged: 19-35
- Application Deadline: April 15, 2019 [EXTENDED to MAY.1st]
For more information about our opportunities or if you have any questions please contact .
- Treaty Communications Worker
- There are no career opportunities available right now. Please check back again.
The Ditidaht First Nation will be holding 3 community engagement sessions (Malachan, Port Alberni and Nanaimo). We encourage all members to attend these sessions to provide input into the development.
Dinner will be provided.
Just like on our old website (Ditidaht.ca), our new website (Nitinaht.ca) has a password protected area that contains treaty updates and other important information. By now you should have received an email that explains the simple steps to follow to create your password. If you didn’t get an email, go to nitinaht.ca/members and ask for one. Problems? Fill out the form at nitinaht.ca/contacts. Note: Don’t worry if you keep thinking the website address is Ditidaht.ca. It is linked with Nitinaht.ca.
Our new Nitinaht.ca website has three parts: tourism, economic development and member information. This site is the ‘go to’ place for information about what’s happening in our region and in our Nation. Have an item for the community calendar? Want to add something to the newsfeed? Need to send a bulletin to all members? Just email and we’ll make it happen.