After an incident last weekend in which a young man from the community was stabbed to death, the Chief of N'Dilo has a message for anyone looking to get up to no good there: you're not welcome.
At a community meeting Wednesday night Ernest Betsina said partiers are not welcome in the community.
"A lot of people are drinking and after the bars close they're looking for parties in my community," he said."I told my community if they can keep their families safe [to] not open their doors to strangers."
In the early hours of Saturday morning, N'Dilo resident Daniel Faine was stabbed. He later died from his injuries.
A 17 year old girl is charged with second degree murder in the case.
About 80 people got together last night, to heal and come up with ideas on how to curb the problems.
Betsina wants to set up more healing sessions after Faine's funeral.
He also says they've had success with on the land programs that are helping people return to a healthier traditional lifestyle.
Betsina says they're also hoping to set up a committee that would include people from the N'Dilo wellness programs, RCMP and the justice department.