In the spirit of our motto at UNBC, En Cha Huná, the Indigenous Resource section of our website has been named after the Dakelh translation of doorway, which is dati, to represent an opening of resources and opportunities for Indigenous supports and services at UNBC.

  • Kiley Jackson
    Thursday, June 30, 2022

    Helping her dad maintain the family trapline is, in part, what led Kiley Jackson to pursue a degree in Environmental Engineering at UNBC. Although she is a descendent of many nations - her... more

  • Bev Best holds a carved heron with four pieces of artwork behind her
    Thursday, June 23, 2022

    Art forms a connection to all aspects of Indigenous culture, from affirming life lessons to sharing the stories of families to explaining governance structures. As we celebrate Indigenous... more

  • Dr. Jessie King (Hadiksm Gaax) in Charles McCaffray Hall
    Thursday, June 23, 2022

    To Dr. Jessie King (Hadiksm Gaax), life at university is about so much more than learning, it’s about planting seeds for the future and building a community. King, who identifies as Ts’... more