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Nisga’a Village of Laxgalt’sap First Nation

One of four Nisga'a communities, the village of Laxgalts'ap is located on the Nass River estuary, approximately 150 kilometers north of Terrace. Nisga'a Highway 113 paves the way for ease of access to Laxgalts'ap and each year, the number of visitors continues to grow.

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One of four Nisga’a communities, the village of Laxgalts’ap is located on the Nass River estuary, approximately 150 kilometers north of Terrace. Home to approximately 520 residents, Laxgalts’ap offers rich cultural history, natural beauty, and world-class fishing.

Laxgalts’ap means “village on village,” an acknowledgement that the current village is built on a series of Nisga’a communities that have occupied this site for millennia. Laxgalts’ap is located in the Nass River estuary, the spawning grounds of five species of wild Pacific salmon and oolichan, a finger-sized member of the smelt family.
Nisga’a Highway 113 paves the way for ease of access to Laxgalts’ap and each year, the number of visitors continues to grow.

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