Heather Street Land, Nations Members VIP Event

You are invited…

The Management Committee for the Joint Venture between the MST Partnership and Canada Lands Company invites you to the Nations Members VIP event. This important event will introduce you to the MST-CLC Joint Venture Partnership, provide an update on the Heather Street lands and help launch the Heather Street Lands planning process. Be a part of creating the vision for the new neighbourhood!

Please join us on Sunday, September 18 for the Nations Members VIP event, an opportunity to find out more about the projects , share your ideas, and preview information before the general public event on September 24th.  Members are also welcome to the event on Sept 24!


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Riverside Trailer Park- Seaichem IR #6 Update

We are writing to our membership to update you regarding the status of the Riverside Trailer Park on Seaichem Indian Reserve #16.
As a responsible government, we have an obligation to always act in the best interests of Squamish Nation membership and protect the Amalgamation. Council must also ensure that all members benefit from revenues derived from lands held collectively by Squamish Nation membership.


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Food Fish 2016

The Squamish Nation is in the process of organizing the harvest of Food Fish – Fresh
Sockeye. The distribution date and allocation of Food Fish will vary depending on the
harvest/catch numbers. We are anticipating the harvest to take place between August 5 – 8,



Bulletin for Membership re: Fortis BC Environment Certificate

Since the last community meetings, the Squamish Nation team has been working
hard to negotiate an Agreement for the Woodfibre LNG-FortisBC project.
In October 2015, SN granted conditional approval to WFLNG. As directed by SN
Council, the negotiating team made it clear that under any agreement to approve
the project, the proponents and province must meet all of SN’s “25 Conditions” —
nine of which apply directly to FortisBC.

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Day Scholars and Children of Day Scholars

The Kamloops Indian Band (Ttes) and the Sechelt Nation (SN) launched the Day scholar Class Action suit
to seek compensation on behalf of all First Nation who attended Indian Residential School, but who did
not sleep there.

Currently no formal application process is in place but Ttes and SN Day Scholar executives are
requesting that a data base be developed to help determine the number of Day Scholars and their
We have been provided an extension date of JULY 8, 2016


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