A Progressive Community Moving
Towards Self-Determination

Status of the Sockeye Salmon

Nsneḱwnuḱwa7 In regards to the status of the Sockeye Salmon returns, below is information from the Fraser Panel. The Fraser River Panel was created in 1985 and uniquely has special responsibility for in-season regulation of [...]

Gloria Wallace Honoured By FNESC

Gloria Wallace has won the First Nations Educations Steering Committees 2017 Community Education Leadership Award and has ben recognize as a First Nations Language Champion. Laverne Paul nominated Gloria for her vast contributions to the [...]

Blasting on Mt Currie for Seismic Surveys Begins July 26

The following information has been provided by the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District: The Background Observed rockfall from Mt Currie has increased in the past few years, and was confirmed by an initial report from the Ministry of Forests [...]

IMPORTANT: Aboriginal Day School Class Action information

Justice for Aboriginal Day School attendees Chiefs and Council hosted a brief presentation at Úll̓us on Thursday, July 13, for those interested in information on the Aboriginal Day School Class Action. Background on the action: [...]

We have a very last minute agriculture project started this summer with no budget, there are three youth workers that are tending to various agriculture projects. We are seeking plants and trees, if you have juvenile fruit trees (Bing cherry etc...) growing in your yard that you can part with, we can come, dig them up, and add them to our future orchard at Líl̓wat Place. We are also looking at starting berry crops if you have any to donate. Thank you. Chief Dean Nelson ... See MoreSee Less

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