CCIRA is hiring a Marine Planning and MaPP Implementation Coordinator to support Central Coast Nations with strategic marine planning.
Kitasoo Xai’xais Nation declare a new Marine Protected Area in Gitdisdzu Lugyeks (Kitasu Bay) a culturally and ecologically rich area.
CCIRA is hiring a Marine Planning Shipping & Response Coordinator to support Central Coast Nations’ Marine Shipping and Response initiatives.
Last month, CCIRA representatives were invited to share insights on the effectiveness of the scientific approach within Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
New BC Salmon Restoration and Innovation Fund investment will enhance First Nations-led catch monitoring on the Central Coast.
Our 2020/2021 report highlights the ongoing efforts of Central Coast Nations to move from vision to concrete action.
Over the past year, CCIRA focused on immediate action to minimize the negative impacts of the salmon crisis on Central Coast communities and work towards restoring salmon populations.
The MPA Network will play an essential role in supporting Nations’ traditional marine management practices and cultural harvesting into the future.
The landmark Fisheries Resources Reconciliation Agreement is a major step forward in co-governance and the future health of Central Coast fisheries.
Over the past year, Central Coast Nations increased engagement with both federal and provincial government agencies in efforts to advance more effective marine response capabilities to protect coastal territories.