House of Assembly next week in Old Massett

  • Sep. 29, 2008 7:00 p.m.

Five days of Haida House of Assembly business is starting next week. The HOA takes place at the Old Massett Community Hall starting Oct. 6 and daily meetings will cover a variety of topics. Day one includes executive reports on Haida Title, the Land Use Plan, the Bear Lodge and more. Day two includes a financial report from the Haida Tribal Society and reports from regional councillors from Prince Rupert and Vancouver, along with archaeology, forestry, NaiKun and other committees. More committees will report on day three, including fisheries, fundraising, Haida Power, Gwaii Forest and Gwaii Trust. On day four the Skidegate and Massett language programs report along with other bodies. Day five includes discussion on the constitution and HOA resolutions. A community potluck dinner will be held on October 10 at the hall starting at 6 pm and everyone is invited. For more detailed information about the agenda contact the CHN.

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