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Shared Vision

Kaska and the Province are in a government-to-government relationship consistent with the vision of the New Relationship as defined in the Transformative Change Accord.

Kaska and the Province of British Columbia (BC) are committed to work towards achieving reconciliation by supporting Shared Decision Making between the Kaska and the Province with respect to the lands, water and resources in the Kaska Traditional Territory;

Kaska and the Province recognize and respect that each Party has their own respective policies, management systems, practices and internal decision-making processes to support implementation of this Agreement;

Kaska and the Province seek to create an efficient and effective Shared Decision Framework that will reduce land and resource sector conflicts; provide greater certainty; fulfill specific legal obligations of the Province; and improve business relationships;

Kaska and the Province will implement this Strategic Engagement Agreement in good faith to achieve open, transparent and accountable Shared Decision Making;

Kaska and the Province support efficient use of internal resources and respect each other’s resource and capacity limitations in the implementation of this Strategic Engagement Agreement. Kaska and the Province intend to negotiate arrangements to share the revenue and benefits generated from the lands and resources within the Kaska Traditional Territory.

For more information, visit Kaska Dena Council’s website

Hunting Information

Please respect all signs and Fill out necessary forms

Please be advised the “No Hunting” signs are there for the safety of our community members.

During each “hunting season” we are out on the land with our children, we call this Tse’kene (Sekani) Awareness; teaching our children the cultures and traditions of our ancestors.​

Please respect all signs and be aware that Kwadacha members are out in our Traditional Territory, hunting and camping too.

Permission To Hunt Application

Harvest Survey

Photography by Jean Dunbar

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