Ta na wa Yúus ta Stitúyntsam̓
Rights & Title
Manager: Rachel Munger
This branch of Ta na wa Yúus ta Stitúyntsam̓ is responsible for:
- Guardian Program
The elk tag draw is conducted once a year for eligible Nation Members with a valid Personal Acquisition License (PAL). Tags are non-transferable and each tag is allocated for specific Hunting Zones where safety and non-shooting areas must be respected at all times. Poaching continues to be a problem; we are all responsible to co-manage our elk populations in our homelands. All hunters must comply with compulsory inspection of harvested elk and failure to do so will result in ineligibility for future Squamish Nation elk draws.
- Please pick the location(s) where you want to hunt.
- One name is drawn for each tag.
- Tags are non-transferable.
- You MUST have a valid Personal Acquisition License (PAL) to receive a tag.
Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw History Book For Sale
We are excited to announce that tiná7 cht ti temíxw (We Come From This Land) will be published in early January 2024! The book is intended to be a snapshot – a collection of some of the multi-faceted stories and histories that are held by the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh People and a starting point for future conversations.
Squamish Strong Protocol Agreements Signed
As a part of the celebrations of the 100-year anniversary of the Amalgamation of Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw, we are pleased to announce the Nation is signing a Wa Iyí̓m ta Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Protocol Agreement with the City of North Vancouver, District of Squamish, and the City of Vancouver respectively.
New Squamish Nation Residential Tenancy Regulations for Sen̓áḵw
Today, the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw announces that the protections in the British Columbia Residential Tenancy Act (BCRTA) will be in place for the Sen̓áḵw development and for future on-reserve housing developments.