Landmark Agreement Reached
April 19, 2013 - After months of negotiation, the Village of Burns Lake and the Lake Babine Nation Band have reached a Comprehensive Full Service Agreement. The document, signed on Friday in Burns Lake, details a five year contract for the provision of water, sewer, garbage removal, fire protection, and general municipal services that will be provided by the Village of Burns Lake. The mutually-beneficial, fully comprehensive service plan will ensure a high level of service to the Woyenne residents for years to come. Read more...
Collaborative agreement signed with Lake Babine Nation
Environment Minister Terry Lake and Lake Babine Nation Deputy Chief Frank Alec signed an agreement today, outlining how parks and conservancies are managed on the Nation's traditional territories.
UNBC Excavation Uncovers Centuries-worth of Artifacts for Northern BC First Nation
The Department of Anthropology at the University of Northern British Columbia recently finished excavating the remains of an ancient fishing village on the Babine River 100km northeast of Smithers. The project was part of a continuing partnership between the Department, the University, and the Lake Babine Nation (LBN).
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