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Job Posting: Lilwat Food Security Project Art/Research Assistant

Líl̓wat Food Security Project Position: Fall Art/Research Assistant Rate of pay: $16/hr, approx. 125 hrs over 3 months Duration of Position: September 15th-December 15th 2017 (Possibility of future work) Description of Position: The successful candidate will be invited to join several visits to Líl̓wat Nation over the fall to take photographs and meet with community [...]

August 22nd, 2017|Job Postings|


A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FINANCIAL   MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP We are Líl̓wat Nation located in the beautiful Pemberton Valley just minutes from Whistler, BC,  We are a progressive and growing community with an annual operating budget in excess of 20 million dollars. We are currently seeking an experienced and skilled: FINANCE MANAGER Reporting to the Director of [...]

August 11th, 2017|Job Postings, Uncategorized|

Job Posting – Child Care Supervisor 3-5 Program

The Ullùs Child Care Center Supervisor in the t̲s̲vkat̲s̲v́ka (3-5) Program ensures the well-being of all children and provides support with the educational program delivery. Title:                                 Supervisor- 3-5 Program Location:                        Ullùs Community Complex Status:                             Full-Time 35 hours per week Reporting to:              Manager of Child Care Services & Head Supervisor Wage/Salary:              Dependent on education & experience [...]

August 11th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Jaime Pascal Wins Celebrate Líl̓wat Life Photo Contest

Jaime Pascal has won both 1st and 3rd place in the first ever Celebrate Líl̓wat Life Photo Contest. Jaime Pascal has been awarded Grand Prize in the Celebrate Líl̓wat Life Photo Contest for the landscape titled "Lilwatemclhkan—I am Lílwat." jaime̓s painterly  the painterly . Her painterly "My Papa Fishing for Zumak (Spring Salmon) at Lillooet Lake" [...]

August 9th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Experience An Archaeological Dig Next Week

Pictured above are community members and staff  viewing the ruins of a pit house discovered during last year's dig at Sampson Creek.  Another opportunity to experience the uncovering of Líl̓wat history is happening next week. The Land and Resources Department in partnership with Douglas College will be conducting an archaeological dig at Driftwood Bay from [...]

August 2nd, 2017|Announcements, Uncategorized|


Fire prevention preparedness in the home. Fire prevention for the neighborhood. Smoke Alarms: Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in a home fire nearly in half. Smoke alarms are placed on every level and in each sleeping area. Have you tested yours in the past month? Do you need assistance in smoke alarms [...]

July 28th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Job Posting – Field Technicians for Sockeye Salmon Count

The Land and Resources Department is seeking individuals who are interested in working as on-call field technicians for the upcoming Annual Sockeye Salmon Count. Location:                         Land and Resources Department, Mount Currie, BC Status:                              Casual/Temporary/On-Call for the 2017 - 2018 Field Season Reporting [...]

July 27th, 2017|Uncategorized|

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 Fraser River-origin sockeye and pink salmon fisheries, more information on the panel and their responsibilities can be found at [...]

July 26th, 2017|Uncategorized|

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 reclamation and preservation of Ucwalmícwts. We are proud to share the FNESC announcement and Gloria's prayer, Líl̓wat Lámcal, which Líl̓wat [...]

July 26th, 2017|Uncategorized|

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 Lands and Natural Resource Operations (FLNRO). FLNRO also recommended that a detailed assessment be completed to fully understand the risks posed [...]

July 26th, 2017|Uncategorized|