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This March, Líl̓wat Nation, in partnership with Thompson River University, is offering a week-long computer workshop to help beginners get familiar with computing and accessing online resources.

Job Posting: Finance Assistant

The Líl̓wat Nation is seeking a Finance Assistant to join its dynamic and progressive team. Title:                 Finance Assistant Location:         Líl̓wat Nation Band Office Status: [...]

Job Posting (External): Mental Health Counsellor

The Líl̓wat Nation is seeking a Mental Health Counsellor to join its dynamic and progressive team. Location:         Lílwat Nation, Mount Currie, BC Status:              Permanent Full-Time Reporting [...]

Job Posting (Internal): Community and Work Place Health and Safety Officer

The Líl̓wat Nation is seeking a Community and Work Place Health and Safety Officer to join its dynamic and progressive team. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the successful candidate will have the responsibility for [...]

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Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement.

Issued at 2017-01-16 7:33AM PST by Environment Canada:

Special weather statement continued for:
East Vancouver Island, B.C. (081300)
West Vancouver Island, B.C. (081400)
Inland Vancouver Island, B.C. (081500)
Greater Victoria, B.C. (081600)
Sunshine Coast, B.C. (082300)
Whistler, B.C. (082400)
Howe Sound, B.C. (082500)
Metro Vancouver, B.C. (082600)
Fraser Valley, B.C. (082700)
Southern Gulf Islands, B.C. (082800)

Current details:

The cold outbreak over the South Coast will finally end as mild Pacific air and rain start to move in today...

Many south coastal communities have had snow on the ground since December 5 but this is about to change. The persistent blocking ridge over Western Canada that allowed cold Arctic air to settle along the coast will finally start to weaken today. This will allow a series of moist and increasingly mild Pacific storms to move onshore.

Satellite imagery shows a plume of moisture originating near the Philippines streaming towards the BC coast. Rain associated with this plume is expected to begin today and to become heavy at times tonight. Strong southeast winds will accompany the storms. There is potential for the moderate to heavy rain to continue until Wednesday morning.

Areas along the immediate coast are expected to warm sufficiently so that precipitation begins as cold rain. Inland areas such as Port Alberni, Hope and Squamish could see a period of snow or freezing rain to begin with as mild air moves over the entrenched cold air. Further inland in Whistler and along the Sea to Sky highway, precipitation will start as snow and slowly transition to rain tonight or early Tuesday.

Stay tuned to the weather as warnings for many areas are likely to be issued. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ec.tempetepacifique-pacificstorm.ec@canada.ca or tweet reports to #BCStorm.
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Community Luncheon

January 19, 2017, Ullus Banquet Hall, 12 pm
Help & Fruit Donations are welcome.

Contacts are Mary James and Felicity Nelson
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