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Ehattesaht speaks first for the childeren and secondly for the elders.

Ehattesaht

Ehattesaht is one of the 14 Nuu-Chah-Nulth Nations.Ehattesaht has a current membership of 435 and growing bigger every year.Ehattesaht is accessible by logging road due north of Campbell River (highway 19) you will pass by the Community of Woss and shortly you should see a sign on the highway heading north called Zeballos ...turn there... you will drive approx 43km on a logging road till you hit the town of Zeballos ..Ehattesaht is Located on the west side of the Inlet ..In Zeballos you will find all amenities and services to provide you with your stay.Enjoy  

Ehattesaht has many companies like our oyster farm and our logging company and there names are We'Shuk and Aat'uu respectively.

Ehattesaht people originally spoke the Nuu-Chah-Nulth language. Ehattesaht was originally spelled ʔiiḥatis. Nuu-chah-nulth means all along the mountains and sea according to Nuu-chah-nulth.org. The language is highly endangered to become extinct according to firstvoices.com (due to the fact that only 200 people of the 8000 speak the language and they are all above the age 50).