Who we are
The Native Brotherhood of B.C. is a membership organization representing, First Nations Fishermen, Tendermen, and shoreworkers in British Columbia Canada.
Excerpts from the NBBC Constitution of 1931, stating the purpose of our organization:
● To promote the social, spiritual, economic and physical conditions of it’s members, including higher standards of education, health and living conditions.
● To encourage and bring about a closer communication and cooperation between its members.
● To co-operate with recognized organizations and government departments which concern themselves with the advancement of Indian Welfare.
● To regulate relations between employers in the British Columbia fishing industry and employees and dependent contractors.
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