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Camp and service business. Includes a 130 man camp and fuel services.
Development arm of Moricetown Band.
Welcome to the Moricetown Esso website. We are located in Moricetown, B.C. Canada. We are a full service gas station/convenience store. Our hours of operation are 7am to 12pm, 7 days a week. We are a first nations business owned and operated by the Moricetown Band Administration. We started out in November of 2003 as a small gas station in a portable shack. Our stock was limited to Cigarettes, pop, and chips. In March of 2005 we moved into our full size convenient store/gas station. We can now supply many essential household products to our community such as bread, milk, eggs and similar products. We are proof that a First Nations business can thrive in a small community.
Museum located off Highway 16 on Telkwa High Rd. Open seasonally.
Campground, open seasonally.
The mission of the Museum of Northern British Columbia is to protect, explore and reflect the natural and cultural heritage of the Northwest Coast for the citizens of the Northwest Coast and their visitors, and to encourage the use of the Museum, its facilities and programs.
Service station fuel / restaurant / tire shop and convenience store.
Hli Goothl Wilp-Adokshl Nisgaa, the Nisgaa Museum, is a celebration of transformation. Consisting of objects that left the Nass Valley at a time of radical change, the Nisgaa Museum proudly proclaims the distinctive Nisgaa art and cultural symbols that were once so misunderstood by the outside world. Hli Goothl Wilp-Adokshl Nisgaa means The Heart of Nisgaa House Crests.The design of building, by Hillel Architecture Inc., takes its inspiration from traditional Nisgaa forms, such as longhouses, feast dishes, and canoes. Nisgaa society is organized into four pdeek (tribes): Laxsgiik (Eagle), Giskaast (Killer Whale), Ganada (Raven), and Laxgibuu (Wolf). The museums name commemorates the importance of pdeek and adoks (tribal crests) in Nisgaa culture.