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.

  • Student in black academic regalia - cap and gown - holds framed diploma while posing for photo. Tree to left side and building in background.
    Thursday, November 16, 2023

    When Jolene van Wieringen was gifted her Métis sash, it was carefully placed over her shoulder to avoid her graduation cap and tied atop her black robe to the warm applause of those attendance... more

  • Person wearing academic mortar board and gown smiles at another person slightly off-camera who holds arms open for a congratulatory hug.
    Wednesday, July 19, 2023

    Her research captured the importance of the grandmother’s teaching, but the path she’s laid for others to follow is a powerful example of those lessons in action. Nisga’a Elder Julia Adams... more

  • Person wearing floral blouse poses for photo in building atrium
    Thursday, June 22, 2023

    Ryan O’Toole came to UNBC to connect with her Indigeneity. Growing up dislocated from territory, family and culture, O’Toole came to northern B.C. to be closer to her family and the... more