Squamish Nation Council have a mandate from the membership to protect the Amalgamation and enhance the Uxwumixw cultural values and traditions through respect, equality and harmony for all. Squamish Nation Council have a responsibility to govern the affairs of the Nation as a whole and uphold their fiduciary obligation for the well-being of the members of the Nation. Squamish Nation Council are committed to providing exceptional service to our membership and providing leadership in intergovernmental relations. We believe in the core values of honesty, integrity, accountability and ownership, consistency and fairness, and achieve this through positive attitude, teamwork and a strong work ethic.
The Squamish Nation Council and Administration are committed to the principles of accountability and transparency. We are very proud of our strong and ethical administration team and as leadership; we stand behind our Department Heads. As a responsible government, we have an obligation to Squamish Nation membership to carefully manage our financial and human resources, and we are proud of the standards that we put into place for management excellence.
Our future is bright and we continue to enjoy a healthy revenue stream, however it is important that we manage our financial and human resources carefully. We are all part of the Squamish Nation family, and we are doing everything we can to support this family. We are grateful to be able to draw upon the strength of our ancestors to support each other at difficult times. As Squamish people, we are committed to the long-term vision of self-sufficiency and a high quality of life for all our membership.
Our vision and mission at Squamish Nation is focused on improving the quality of life for our members and the community.
The Skwxwu7mesh Uxwumixw will protect the Amalgamation and enhance the Uxwumixw cultural values and traditions through respect, equality and harmony for all.
Our mission statement provides focus for our leadership to strengthen the working relationship with our Executive Operating Officers and 13 departments. Squamish Nation Council receive their mandate from membership and in turn provide mandates and directives to departments to achieve our collective goals and objectives. We are also focused on building partnerships and strong relations with all levels of government.