CLICK HERE to view the Job Flyer

For more information on other job opportunities contact Barb Vincent at 604-985-7711 or email

If you are looking for assistance with your resume or finding your passion, give the Stitsma Career Centre a call North Vancouver: 604-985-7711 Squamish Valley: 604-892-5975 E-mail:

Sport & Recreation Grants – Applications Open



APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY JULY 2ND 2021 **Late applications will not be accepted**


View the Sport & Recreation Grants Policy for full details, including eligibility criteria. Questions about Sport & Recreation Grants? Contact Justine Sobell at 604-980-6338 or

Application Support – We’re here to help!

If you need assistance or guidance to complete your application our Recreation team is available to support you. We can provide assistance in person (with COVID protocols in place), on the phone or over Zoom. Book an appointment through Justine Sobell at Recreation. To ensure all members have equal opportunities to receive funding, we encourage you to seek assistance if needed.


Complete the appropriate grant application form in full. Ensure you apply to the correct funding category based on your sport or recreation endeavours. All sections must be completed in order for your application to be processed. Submit the application one of the following ways: By email: By Mail: 100 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC V7P 3P6 In-person: Chief Joe Mathias Centre In the Squamish Valley: Grant applications can be dropped with Peter Cooper Jr or Shawna Apocada at Totem Hall and will be forwarded to the appropriate individuals. Hard copies of the applications can also be requested through Peter Cooper or Shawna Apocada.  

Review Panel

We are seeking members to apply for the Sport and Recreation Grant Review Panel.

  • This is a volunteer position; panel members will be compensated $25.00 for gas.
  • The panel will be comprised of four Squamish Nation Members; one panelist is required to be a resident of Squamish Valley.

To see if you fit the criteria to be a panelist please read and fill out the Review Panel Call Out Form.  

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics – June 15-17

wa chet chénchenstway kwis tl’íwnexwat (Let’s support one another’s immunity)

We are excited to announce that the next round of Squamish Nation COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be held June 15 and 16 at the Chief Joe Mathias Centre and June 17 at Totem Hall. 

All community members 12 years of age and older can now get their first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

North Shore Clinic at Chief Joe Mathias Centre
June 15 & 16 | 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
To book your appointment on the North Shore (Chief Joe Mathias Centre), email If you don’t have access to email, call 604-318-0481 or 604-982-0332.

Squamish Valley Clinic at Totem Hall
June 17 | 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
To book your appointment in the Squamish Valley (Totem Hall), email If you don’t have access to email, call 604-849-0191.

Make sure you have your CareCard/Personal Health Number ready when you book your appointment.

Community members eligible to receive a vaccine at these clinics include:

  • Members and their families living in the same household, on- or off-reserve. 
  • Squamish Nation staff members.

If you live away from community, please visit for information on how to book your vaccination appointment at a provincial clinic.

Important reminders about the vaccination clinics:

  • Vaccinations are by appointment only. Please arrive on time for your appointment. Do not arrive early.
  • If you are late or miss your appointment, you may be put on a waitlist.
  • Remember to bring identification and your Personal Health Number (CareCard) with you, and to wear a short-sleeved shirt. Please eat something before your appointment.
  • If you are receiving your second vaccination, please remember your vaccination wallet card.
  • Only members/families receiving vaccinations will be allowed into the building. 
  • We will do our best to keep wait times short. Please dress for the weather in case of any line-ups outside the clinic.
  • Staff are working hard to make sure that the vaccination clinics run smoothly. Disruptive behaviour will not be tolerated. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
  • You will need to wait inside for 15 minutes after you get your vaccine.
  • COVID-19 safety guidelines will be strictly followed at all clinics.  A medical mask will be given to you and you will need to wear it the entire time you are in the building.

COVID-19 Vaccine Web Resources

First Nations Health Authority COVID-19 Vaccine Webpage

First Nations Health Authority COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

BC Centre for Disease Control COVID-19 Vaccine Webpage

Immunize BC COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs 


Honouring 215 Children

On behalf of Indian Residential School Survivors and their descendants, we join hearts with Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc to mourn the deaths of the 215 Indigenous children discovered this past week at the Kamloops Indian Residential School. This discovery is one that affects all of us, resurfacing generations of trauma that is felt in waves throughout our community. We must hold each other up and look to our culture to help us through this difficult time.

The Kamloops Indian Residential School and St. Paul’s Indian Residential School in North Vancouver were just two institutions where thousands of Squamish, Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, and other Indigenous children were forced to attend. These children would have been Elders and members of our communities today, and we must honour them by joining forces to urgently call for Action 75 of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, to identify all cemeteries, residential school sites, and unmarked graves at which Indigenous children have been buried.

Just 10 out of the 94 Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission have so far been completed. We as a Nation reaffirm our commitment to the remaining Calls and we urge the federal government, all institutions, First Nations leaders, and people of Canada to demand the implementation and completion of this work. What the world has learned this past week from Kamloops is a moment for country-wide reflection, but also an action to urgently repair the intergenerational harm done to our peoples.

For all of those affected by this discovery, a National Indian Residential School Crisis Line is available to provide support (1-866-925-4419). In B.C., a toll-free First Nations and Indigenous Crisis Line (1-800-588-8717) is offered through the KUU-US Crisis Line Society. Both Crisis Lines are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Chen kw’enmantúmiwit,

Squamish Nation

Notice of General Election September 26, 2021

The Squamish Nation Electoral Commission would like to provide official notice that a General Election will be held on September 26, 2021. We look forward to sharing more information about the election in the coming weeks.  

All Squamish Nation members who are at least 18 years of age on September 26, 2021 are eligible to vote in the election. This includes members who live both in community and away from community (on- and off-reserve).

All candidate meetings will be held on:

September 8, 2021 at 6:00PM at Totem Hall

September 9, 2021 at 6:00PM at the Chief Joseph Mathias Centre

To make and sponsor a nomination, please contact Monica Jacobs at or 604-982-7610.

Eligible voters will be mailed voting materials and a voting information package at least 30 days before the General Election Voting Day. A voters list will be posted at least 60 days before the general voting day at the Squamish Nation administrative office, Chief Joe Mathias Centre, Totem Hall, and on the official Squamish Nation website. 

If you are an eligible voter as defined in the Law and your name does not appear on the voters list, you may request a correction by contacting the Chief Voting Officer at 604-982-7610.

View the Official Notice here.

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