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Ka:'yu:'k't'h'/Che:k'les7et'h' FIRST NATIONS

(Pronounced: Ky-oo-kit / Check-le-set)

 

The Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Che:k’les7et’h’ First Nations are a Nation of family oriented people who are steeped in culture, proud of their heritage and want to share their very special corner of the world with others.  Since signing the Maanulth Treaty in 2011, the Nation has formed several businesses to become self-sufficient.  Venturing into tourism, forestry, and fisheries, and setting their sights on several other opportunities, their goal is to build the community and provide an even brighter future for their children and people through employment opportunities and economic growth. To learn more about the Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Che:k’les7et’h’ First Nations, go to their website: http://www.kyuquotbc.ca

 
 
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A message from Legislative Chief Peter Hanson

On behalf of all members of the Ka:'yu:'k't'h/Che:k'tles7et'h' First Nations (KCFN), I would like to welcome you to our traditional territory!

We are extremely proud to own Walter's Cove Resort in Kyuquot, BC.

KCFN has long held the vision of returning to our roots of depending on our lands and natural resources to sustain our nation.

KCFN became a Treaty Nation after almost 18 years of negotiations with the governments of Canada and British Columbia. To be successful in Treaty, KCFN must depend on economic development to succeed. Our people have a long history of fishing and commercial fishing for all the fish species which are now the target of the sport fishing industry. Our fishers have proven to be exceptional fishing guides and make up the vast majority of the guides at Walter's Cove Resort. The resort's employees are mostly members of our Nations and they are excited to have you visit. 

Our goal, with the hard work and dedication of our managers and staff is to guide Walter's Cove Resort into a KCFN success story and to gain our place as leaders in the sport fishing and hospitality industry. We will do this while always being mindful of our most important role: Serving as stewards of the fish and the natural resources of the KCFN Territory!

Klecko! (Thank you!)

Peter Hanson

Legislative Chief

Ka:'yu:'k't'h/Che:k'tles7et'h' First Nations.

 
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Cynthia Blackstone CAO of KCFN

Walter’s Cove Resort is a clear representation of our people. The Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Che:k’les7et’h’ First Nations are known to invite people in and take care of them in a most honourable way. This is the service and experience we are proud to deliver in our Resort.

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