South towards Kitimat is Kitamaat Village - home to the Haisla people. In Tsimshian the word Kitamaat means People of the Snow. For hundreds of years the Haisla have occupied many different areas throughout their territory, but today they are primarily found at the head of the Douglas Channel on BC's North Coast.
There's lots to take in while visiting the village - historical totem poles, ocean views, trails lining the coast, two marinas, wildlife viewing, a fresh seafood restaurant and a number of First Nations artisan shops.
For more information please visit:http://haisla.ca