Cayoose Creek Indian Band (CCIB) is currently seeking an ambitious and qualified individual to fill the following position: Criteria Details Position Title: Home Care Nurse Department: N/A Status: N/A Responsible to: Sekw’el’was Shonna Jacob Health Director Location: N/A Closing Date: Until filled Hours: N/A Type: N/A Job Summary Position Summary: Working within the context of the client-centered, family focused vision and goals of the Sekw’el’was Home and Community Care Program, the FNIH Home and Community Care Program and in accordance with CRNBC Standards of Practice, the Home Care Nurse combines her/his health sciences knowledge with assessment, supervisory and [...]
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July 25, 2023 – Dear Sekw’el’was community members, We are actively monitoring wildfire activity in the Texas Creek area, approximately 40 km from our community, with the BC Wildfire Service. We are in close contact with T’it’q’et leadership team and the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District, who is responsible for issuing any evacuation alerts or orders. At this time, no alert or order has been issued for Cayoose Creek. Everyone has a role to play to help reduce the risk of wildfire in our community, and to be prepared in case the situation changes. Be safe Due to the proximity of this wildfire, [...]
July 25, 2023 – Dear Cayoose Creek Residents on Pashilqua 2 (also known as IR2) On July 19th, 2023, we told you that we received a water alert from the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), which meant that a Boil Water Advisory was issued for residents on Pashilqua 2 (IR2). We are pleased to inform you that the Boil Water Advisory has been lifted. This means that it is safe to drink your tap water. Please stay informed and updated about important issues through our Facebook page Sekwelwas Cayoose Creek and/or our website, https://cayoosecreek.ca/. If you have any questions or concerns, please [...]
July 19, 2023 The BC Wildfire Service continues to respond to multiple wildfires in the Lillooet Fire Zone. There are currently 13 active wildfires within this fire zone; eight are classified as Out of Control, one is classified as Being Held and four are classified as Under Control. Source: BC Wildfire Service View full bulletin [PDF] Casper Creek wildfire (K71535) The Casper Creek wildfire (K71535), located approxi-mately 33 kilometers west of Lillooet in the proximity of Anderson Lake, is now estimated to be 528 hectares in size and remains classified as Out [...]
Join us in-person or online for the First Annual General Meeting. View full size [PNG] Where? Coyoose Creek Development Corporation When? Tuesday, July 25 from 5:00 - 7:00 pm. Agenda 4:00 pm - Doors open 4:30 pm - Dinner served 5:00 - 7:00 pm - Meeting (Welcome and Introductions, Presentations, Questions and Answers) RSVP You can RSVP in any of the following ways: At Band Office Reception Register to attend via EventBrite. Scan the QR code:
July 19, 2023 - Dear Cayoose Creek Residents on Pashilqua 2 ( also known as IR2), We received a Water alert from the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) regarding our water supply which requires immediate attention to ensure the safety and health of all our residents. Effective immediately, a Boil Water Advisory is being issued for Cayoose Creek Residents on Pashilqua 2 (also known as IR2). This advisory is a precautionary measure to protect the health of our community and prevent any potential risks associated with consuming or using tap water. Please note that this is a precautionary measure and we [...]
Dear Sekw’el’was community members, On behalf of the newly elected Council and myself, I am delighted to extend a warm welcome to all members of our great Sekw’el’was community. It is with honor that we embark on this journey together, dedicated to serving and enhancing the well-being of our people. As your Chief, I am committed to fostering an environment of unity, transparency, and inclusivity. I believe the strength of our community lies in the diversity of our voices and our collective experiences. We are coming together as one, to lift each other up and build a future that supports [...]
Lillooet BC, July 18, 2023 – Chief and Council of Cayoose Creek Band have engaged MNP LLP to complete a forensic audit for potential violations of the Band’s financial, human resources, and other policies following concerns raised by Band members over the disbursement and discretionary spending of health funding and other sources of Band funding. “Our community members have concerns over the previous administration’s spending and overall lack of transparency, objectivity and accountability,” said recently elected Chief Bonnie Adolph. “We share these concerns. We need to understand if policies were not properly followed and hold any individuals accountable should any [...]