Shareholders of OC

Shareholders of OC

Ounalashka’s (OC’s) shareholders have ties to the original inhabitants of Unalaska, the Unangan people, who have made their home in the Aleutians for tens of thousands of years. Our ancestors practiced a traditional subsistence lifestyle that was supported by the rich oceans surrounding the island, and today we are still connected to our lands and waters through subsistence traditions passed down through the generations.

As the village corporation representing Unalaska, OC works to bring social and economic benefit to shareholders through dividends, educational and training opportunities, employment and oversight of our lands and resources.

 

Aniqdun ngiin aqaa}an a}nangin qulingiin aku{ gumalgaku{

For the coming generations that we don’t see yet, for their time here

News

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Unalaska and 351st Civil Affairs Command Awarded Civilian/Military Partnership of the Year

Unalaska and 351st Civil Affairs Command Awarded Civilian/Military Partnership of the Year Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) is a program which allows military Guard and Reserve units from all over the country to expend training resources while conducting real-world missions in locations conducive to their training requirements. This program allows them to receive world-class training, while […]

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Early-Bird Prize Winners Announced!

Attention OC Shareholders! Early-Bird Prizes have been drawn! See the full list below! Elders 1st – $2,000 — Anna Jean Bereskin 2nd – $1,000 –Marlene Elizabeth McGlashan 3rd – $750 – Timothy Marion Carr 4th – $500 – John Bereskin 5th – $200 – Ernest Makary Stepetin All Shareholders 1st – $3,000 – Jon Christopher […]

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AFN to be Held Virtually This Year

The Alaska Federation of Natives board of directors today decided that the 2020 Annual Convention will be virtual, citing on-going COVID-19 health and safety concerns. There will be no in-person component to the Convention, which was to be held in Anchorage at the Dena’ina Center this October.