The Nisga’a Nation reside in British Columbia, Canada and share a similar history —neither Southern Ute nor Nisga'a Nation have a migration story from their current reservation, homelands.
Shane Seibel, Southern Ute Growth Fund Executive Director, listens as the visitors ask questions of the Southern Ute Tribal Council. Seibel and his team then proceeded to present the Growth Fund 101 presentation at the SUGF Offices.
The Nisga’a Nation is a Modern Treaty Nation which successfully negotiated a treaty with Canada and the modern provinces in which they reside. Council Members Dr. Stacey Oberly and Vanessa Torress share details about the upcoming Bear Dance which is a woman’s choice dance.
Members of the Nisga’a Nation leadership and executive staff meet with Tribal Council on Wednesday, April 6, to learn more about the history of the Tribe’s success as a natural gas producer, while also learning about the various economic endeavors of the Tribe.