Gitwangak Indian Band

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The Gitwangak Indian Band (formerly Kitwanga) is a band government in the Skeena Country region of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. They Gitwangak people are part of the larger Gitxsan group.[1] Their name means "People of the Land of Rabbits".[2] They are members of the Gitxsan Treaty Society.[1]

Chief and Councillors[edit]

Title Name Appointment
date
Ending date
Chief Brian Burke 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Alishia Benson 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Debbie Bright 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Dana Hill 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Fred Johnson 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Tom Johnson 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Lana Maitland 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Alice Morgan 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Keith Morgan 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Wally Morgan 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Brenton Williams, Jr. 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Billie Charlie Wong 05/09/2013 05/08/2015
Councillor Amanda Zettergreen 05/09/2013 05/08/2015

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Treaty Process[edit]

History[edit]

Demographics[edit]

Residency #
Registered Males On Own Reserve 230
Registered Females On Own Reserve 180
Registered Males On Other Reserves 21
Registered Females On Other Reserves 17
Registered Males Off Reserve 402
Registered Females Off Reserve 453
Total Registered Population 1303

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Economic Development[edit]

Social, Educational and Cultural Programs and Facilities[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Gitxsan Treaty Society". Executive Council of British Columbia. 2009. Retrieved July 26, 2009. 
  2. ^ Gitwangak Education Society "community" page
  3. ^ http://www.bcafn.ca/files/fn-gitwangak.php
  4. ^ http://pse5-esd5.ainc-inac.gc.ca/fnp/Main/Search/FNRegPopulation.aspx?BAND_NUMBER=536&lang=eng