Acknowledgement of traditional territories 

Coast Mountain College serves seven First Nations in Northwest British Columbia: Haida, Tsimshian, Nisga'a, Haisla, Gitxsan, Wet'suwet'en, and Tahltan and acknowledges the traditional territory its campuses reside on.

Prince Rupert

Coast Mountain College acknowledges the Tsimshian people on whose traditional territory the Prince Rupert campus is located.

Terrace

Coast Mountain College acknowledges the Tsimshian people of Kitsumkalum, especially the Laxgibuu Clan on whose traditional territory the Terrace campus is located.

Kitimat

Coast Mountain College acknowledges the Haisla people of Kitamaat Village on whose traditional territory the Kitimat campus is located.

Hazelton

Coast Mountain College acknowledges the Gitxsan people upon whose traditional territory the Hazelton campus is located.

Smithers

Coast Mountain College acknowledges the Wet'suwet'en people on whose traditional territory the Smithers campus is located.

Haida Gwaii

Coast Mountain College acknowledges the Haida people on whose traditional territory the Masset and Queen Charlotte City campuses are located.

Traditional Territory Nations

Coast Mountain College serves a vast region including seven First Nations from Houston, BC to Haida Gwaii, BC:

  • Haida Gwaii, Haida
  • Hazelton, Gitxsan
  • Houston, Wet'suwet'en
  • Kitimat, Haisla
  • Prince Rupert, Tsimshian
  • Smithers, Wet'suwet'en
  • Terrace, Tsimshian