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Job Posting – Receptionist/Administrative Assistant

The Ts’zil Learning Centre Receptionist/Administrative Assistant will handle a wide range of administrative support related tasks and will be able to work independently, with little supervision. Location:                        Ts̓zil Learning Centre, Mount Currie, B.C. Status:                              Permanent, full-time Reporting to:            [...]

January 11th, 2018|Job Postings|

Job Posting – Shop Helper/Clean Up

Currently looking for one or two people who could help with the organization and clean out of our current shop area. The area needs to be cleared out and cleaned up for an upcoming training program. This position is temporary, lasting only 3 weeks. Position Title:               Shop Helper/Clean Up Status:            [...]

January 11th, 2018|Job Postings|

Job Posting – Manager of Trades & Training

This  contract completes October 31, 2018. The Manager of Trades & Training will oversee two staff members, oversee the Carpentry Level 1 program. Title:                         Manager of Trades & Training Location:                Ts’zil Learning Centre, Mount Currie, B.C. Status:    [...]

January 9th, 2018|Job Postings|

Job Posting – Aboriginal Support Services – Contract N09

The Aboriginal Support Services assists students’ academic growth and behavior changes.  The Support Services provider consults and works with elders, resource people, parents, and School District No. 48 personnel to coordinate and deliver various programs to students.   Title:                                  [...]

January 9th, 2018|Job Postings|

Job Posting – Culture Resource and Marketing Assistant

This position involves assisting the manager in carrying out various duties at the Lil’wat7úl Culture Center. Activities will include Arts and Crafts programs, displaying traditional art pieces in a museum like setting featuring local artists from the present and past as well as from neighboring communities. Title:                  [...]

January 9th, 2018|Job Postings|

Proposed Motorized Access Management for the Protection of Grizzly Bear Habitat in Nation Territory

A proposed grizzly bear habitat management plan for Líl̓wat Territory is ready for comment. The Líl̓wat Nation, the Province, and Coast to Cascade Grizzly Bear Initiative (a non-profit organization) have been working together to address current threats to grizzly bear populations within Líl̓wat Territory. The initiative was guided by our Líl̓wat Land Use Plan (2006) where it [...]

January 4th, 2018|Announcements, News|

New bylaw to create a safer community under consideration

The Líl̓wat Nation is working to develop a Disorderly Conduct and Nuisances Bylaw to address issues that have been identified in the community. The development of the Disorderly Conduct and Nuisances Bylaw is supported by the Land Management Board and Chiefs and Council. The bylaw will set out rules and regulations to promote a safe and [...]

December 11th, 2017|Announcements, News|

Recreation Department Quarterly Update

Learn what's happening with recreation for the Nation. The Líl̓wat Nation Recreation Department has had a great year and a terrific quarter. From developing award-winning athletes to hosting successful community-wide events, such as Anti-Bullying Week the department has been busy. To read the department’s update for 2017, please click  Publications and look under the Department Updates [...]

November 24th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Quinn Sam-Finlay wins Premier’s Awards for Aboriginal Youth Excellence in Sport

Quinn Sam-Finlay recognized for excellence in basketball and soccer. Photo: Quinn Sam-Findlay receives his award at the Musqueam Community Centre in  Vancouver on November 14. Líl̓wat Nation congratulates Quinn Sam-Finlay, 17, on being awarded two Premier’s Award for Aboriginal Youth Excellence, in both Basketball and Soccer categories. “I am very proud of Quinn. He’s a [...]

November 22nd, 2017|Uncategorized|

High Streamflow Advisory

Líl̓wat Nation has been advised by Environment Canada and the BC River Forecast Centre that an extreme weather event (heavy rain, rain-on-snow) is expected over the next 48 hours bringing up to 150mm of rain by Thursday to Howe Sound, up to 100mm in Whistler and up to 80mm in Pemberton in conjunction with rising freezing [...]

November 21st, 2017|Uncategorized|