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During this pandemic, the Líl̓wat Nation website will be featuring its blog on the front page for ease of use.  You can scroll through the entries of use the search box at the top right hand of this page.

For reliable COVID-19 information please visit:
BC Centre for Disease Control
First Nations Health Authority 

2309, 2020

Job Posting: Assistant Toddler Supervisor at Úll̓us Daycare Centre

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2309, 2020

Job Posting: Supervisor at Úll̓us Daycare Centre

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2209, 2020

Community members needed for LHH evaluation

By | September 22nd, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Community members needed for LHH evaluation

Líl̓wat Health and Healing is seeking community members to take part in  anonymous interviews as part of its evaluation process.  

2209, 2020

Elders needed for LHH focus group

By | September 22nd, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Elders needed for LHH focus group

Líl̓wat Health and Healing  is seeking Elders to participate in mini focus groups to evaluate LHH services.  

2209, 2020

Take the Community Health Survey this week

By | September 22nd, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Take the Community Health Survey this week

Take the LLH Community Health Survey this week for a chance to win great prizes like a 60-inch TV!

1409, 2020

Clean Air Refuge Available

By | September 14th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Clean Air Refuge Available

The smoke that̓ has settled in our area can be extremely problematic for Elders and those with respiratory illness. Ts̓zil Learning Centre is pleased to offer a solution.

A Progressive Community Moving
Towards Self-Determination

Líl̓wat Nation is a progressive First Nations community located 7 km north of Pemberton, BC.  With a membership of almost 2,200 people — approximately 1,450 of whom live in the community — the Líl̓wat Nation is the third largest First Nation in British Columbia.

The Nation is striving towards self-determination for, and by, its citizens by continuing to exert control over its Traditional Territory and resources. With economic development focused on land and resource management, Líl̓wat Nation is building the economic foundation for a sustainable community by exploring opportunities in retail, forestry, agriculture, energy projects and construction.

Líl̓wat Nation’s government, headed by an elected chief, a cultural chief and an 11-person council, is committed to transparency and employs best practices in all aspects of governance.

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