We want this site to be a celebration of all things Tåîchô. Our traditional lands are a vast area of boreal forests, waterways, and tundra stretching from the northern shores of Great Slave Lake to almost touch the southern shores of Great Bear Lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada. From the borders of Nunavut in the east towards the Mackenzie River in the west, our land is rich in wildlife and other resources.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - January 28, 2013 - Behchokö, NT
The Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board (“the Review Board”) released the environmental assessment report for the proposed Fortune Minerals NICO mine on January 25, 2013. The Tåîchô Government is reviewing the report closely to determine next steps.
Chief Jimmy Bruneau Memorial Day was celebrated on January 16, 2013 at CJBS. Tlicho Grand Chief and Chiefs of the Tlicho Region played hand games with the students to honor the late Chief Jimmy Bruneau.
The Chiefs Executive Council (CEC) toured Chief Jimmy Bruneau School (CJBS) on January 15, 2013. CEC is meeting at CJBS from January 15-17, 2013. Photo was taken during their CJBS tour with Student Council Co-Presidents Brandi Rabesca and Roman Lamouelle.
The Tåîchô Įmbè Program (TĮP) is a six week program that will hire secondary and post secondary summer students in each of the Tåîchô communities. TĮP will focus on Chief Jimmy Bruno’s philosophy of “being strong like two people”. Participants will be taught traditional Tåîchô skills and will earn certificates. A focus will be put on language, identity, healing and future job skills. To learn more click here.