Welcome to the Aboriginal Resource Dati/Doorway at UNBC! Through this portal you will find Aboriginal-related resources that link to student supports, academic programs, and governance that encompass the scope of Aboriginal initiatives at UNBC.

In the spirit of UNBC’s motto, En Cha Hunà, the Aboriginal Resource page has been named after the Dakelh translation of doorway, that is dati, to give us an opening of resources and opportunities for Aboriginal supports and services at UNBC.

  • Tuesday, June 4, 2019
    Lydia Stephens launched her educational journey on a bright, summer day in August, 1994. The University of Northern British Columbia was officially being opened in Prince George and included special guest, her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Stephens remembers that day well, having... more
  • A Dance Through the Seasons Book cover
    Tuesday, May 21, 2019
    Dreams play an important role in Aboriginal culture. They provide meaningful connections to a person’s past, present, future, and traditions.  When Leona Prince was gifted a dream from her friend and colleague Shelien Hadfield, it was something she took quite... more
  • Dr. Ross Hoffman and Gisdewe Alfred Joseph in 2009.
    Monday, April 8, 2019
    The life of Gisdewe Alfred Joseph, lead plaintiff for the Witsuwit’en people of northwest BC in the landmark Delgamuukw-Gisday Wa v. BC court case, is the subject of a new book written by UNBC First Nations Studies professor Dr. Ross Hoffman. Written in... more