About

The Skeena Fisheries Commission (SFC) is the Skeena Watershed aboriginal organization that focuses on fisheries management, science, and conservation. The SFC signatories are the First Nations with traditional territory in the Skeena drainage and the adjacent north coast of British Columbia. This includes the Tsimshian, Gitxsan, Gitanyow, Wet’suwet’en, and Lake Babine Nations. The Commission, as directed by signatory First Nations, responds to management and access priorities relating to the broad aboriginal interest in the fisheries resource.

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Overview

The Skeena Fisheries Commission Technical Committee is largely composed of fisheries program staff. SFC Nations place a premium on local capacity development, with many of the local community college fisheries technician programs taught from SFC-developed curricula. SFC has a known administrative and delivery capacity.

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Publications

The SFC signatories are the First Nations with traditional territory in the Skeena drainage and the adjacent north coast of British Columbia. This includes the Tsimshian, Gitxsan, Gitanyow, Wet’suwet’en, and Lake Babine Nations. The Commission, as directed by signatory First Nations, responds to management and access priorities relating to the broad aboriginal interest in the fisheries resource.

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