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.

  • Thursday, March 30, 2023

    As the Winter Semester draws to a close at UNBC, so, too, do wood carving sessions for students hosted by the First Nations Centre at the Prince George campus. Rather than see the final... more

  • woman wearing blue blouse, and purple wool cover up with black Indigenous art designs on it, sitting in front of green backdrop
    Friday, February 24, 2023

    After caring for the ‘waterways of the human heart’ as a cardiac nurse for 17 years, Dr. Darlene Sanderson returned to academia to pursue both a master’s degree and a PhD and now works closely... more

  • student holding wooden award plaque, leaning against rock wall
    Tuesday, February 21, 2023

    UNBC student Sarah Dixon was honoured this past fall to have been selected as one of three recipients from across the country to receive a 2022 Skills Award for Indigenous Youth from the Forest... more