BC Travel Restrictions Delay Huu-ay-aht First Nations Old Growth Summit



The Huu-ay-aht First Nation has decided to postpone the Old Growth Summit until 2022, following the announcement of a state of emergency by the province of British Columbia.

Tayii Ḥaw̓ił ƛiišin (Hereditary Chief Derek Peters) and Chief Elected Councilor Robert J. Dennis, Sr. will host the Anacla Old-Growth Summit in the New Year, when it is safe and convenient for people to travel again. . At that time, the nation looks forward to holding the summit to address important issues such as old-growth forest management and the Integrated Resource Management Plan (HIRMP) process of Hišuk ma c̕awak from Huu-ay-aht. , as well as to hear from experts in the field. .

“The safety of the panel, guests and our team is always our top priority,” said Tayii ḤawÌ“iÅ‚ Æ›iiÅ¡in. “We must honor the new measures put in place this week by the province. These are unprecedented times, and we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding and wish everyone who is affected the best of luck. At this time, we are reminded of the importance of our three sacred principles of Ê”iisaak (utmost respect), Ê”uuÊ”aÅ‚uk (taking care of) and hiÅ¡uk ma cÌ•awak (all is one) and using them to guide us.

Huu-ay-aht will post details on when the Old Growth Summit takes place in 2022 as soon as they are done.



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