Wei Wai Kum


The Campbell River First Nation does not have its own Guardian program. It utilizes its fisheries organization, A’tlegay, to conduct its stewardship activities. A’tlegay is actively involved in monitoring various fisheries and conducting surveys and studies important to the member First Nations. 

TELLING US WHERE WE CAME FROM

Monday, May 28, 2018 - 11:30 “The information in our archaeological sites is very important for the First Nations,” says Wei Wai Kum member Christine Roberts. “It helps us keep track of our history. It’s evidence, it tells us... more

LEADERS OF THE PACK

Friday, July 14, 2017 - 11:30 The first cohort of students in Vancouver Island University’s Stewardship Technician Training Program graduated with flying colours in March: creating a pathway that First Nations students following... more

Collaboration and cleaning up in Campbell River

Thursday, December 8, 2016 - 15:15 This time last year, Wei Wai Kum fisheries biologist Kelsey Campbell was preparing to get wet and muddy in Nunns Creek, which runs through the Wei Wai Kum community in Campbell River and into the... more

Stewardship in Action: Nunns Creek Project Underway

Thursday, January 14, 2016 - 10:30 "We wanted to focus on a project that is close to the community, so what better place than the Nunns creek that runs right through our community?" asks Kelsey Campbell, Fisheries Biologist with the A... more