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Community Guidelines – Official Facebook Page


To ensure a safe, respectful, and inclusive experience for all community members accessing the Sekw'el'was Cayoose Creek page, we aim to ensure content allows for a positive and constructive space for discussion. For this reason, all relevant opinions are welcome in the form of posts, comments, and private messages if they reflect the following guidelines. Any content that conflicts with the following criteria will be removed: Violates or is subject to any terms of confidentiality as defined by Chief and Council May be considered spam and / or is completely off-topic That incites discrimination or hatred Abusive, vulgar, rude, or which [...]

Community Guidelines – Official Facebook Page2023-11-17T10:21:53-08:00

Sekw’el’was Member Meeting- November 29, 2023


Sekw'el'was Member Meeting Time: Nov 29, 2023 4:30-6:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Please be advised, this meeting will be by zoom, the zoom link and meeting sign in information is listed below. Join by Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/96096064681?pwd=Mi9tV3V5bHU1eVB4N2VaODRNOHBoZz09 Meeting ID: 960 9606 4681 Passcode: 963194 Agenda: 1. Administration Update 2. Youth Programs 3. BC Hydro Seton Bypass 4. Membership Policy Question & Answers

Sekw’el’was Member Meeting- November 29, 20232023-11-14T20:43:13-08:00

CCDC Business Features Newsletter (August 22, 2023)


Business Features is a free, semi-monthly publication where we share information and updates about the Cayoose Group of Companies (“Cayoose Group”). The Cayoose Group, or formally Cayoose Creek Development Corp.(“CCDC”), is the business arm of the Sekw’el’was community. In this edition we introduce Starboard Directions, a section dedicated to activities and updates from the Community Directors. Read the full newsletter.

CCDC Business Features Newsletter (August 22, 2023)2023-09-06T12:20:24-07:00

Security update


August 30, 2023 As part of our efforts to monitor wildfire and other activities; Sekw’el’was will have security from 11 PM to 7 AM starting Monday, August 28th. If you see any suspicious activity, wildfire hazards or other security risks please contact: Bonnie Adolph Chief chief@cayoosecreek.ca 250.256.8899 Robin Frank Councillor council1@cayoosecreek.ca 250-256-4136

Security update2023-08-31T07:41:41-07:00

Notice of Potential Emergency Works August 28th


Attention Community Members, Due to the wildfire hazards and impacts to Bridge River Generation, BC Hydro is preparing for operational changes at Seton Generating Facility. Specifically, BC Hydro is monitoring the water temperature and will trigger a water diversion from the creek into the Upper and Lower Spawning Channels (instead of from the Canal) if the temperature rises too high. BC Hydro is working with Splitrock Environmental, Antares Construction and Canadian Dewatering to plan and prepare for this emergency works. On Monday, August 28th pumping and conveyance equipment, will be installed and tested at both the Upper and Lower Spawning [...]

Notice of Potential Emergency Works August 28th2023-08-28T15:27:22-07:00

Lytton First Nation Evacuation Order (Wildfire)


August 22, 2023  Pursuant to Nlaka'pamux jurisdiction and the authority of Lytton First Nation Chief and Council, the Evacuation Order for fire K.71634 Stein Mountain fire is being EXPANDED due to immediate danger to life and safety due to an uncontrolled wildfire to include the following Indian Reserves: SEAH IR 5 LYTTON IRSA NESIKEP IR6 NESIKEP IR6A YOU MUST LEAVE THESE AREAS IMMEDIATELY Download complete PDF Evacuation Route Evacuation route is north to Lillooet on the Westside/North Spencer Road. Muster Area Lillooet Friendship Center - Kate Aleck. Lytton First Nation ESS support Bobbi McKay [...]

Lytton First Nation Evacuation Order (Wildfire)2023-08-24T12:27:22-07:00

Cayoose Creek Air Quality Health Alert (Wildfires)


Dear community members, We want to bring your attention to a significant air quality concern in our area due to nearby wildfires. The smoke and particles from wildfires can pose health risks, particularly for individuals with preexisting respiratory conditions, children, the elderly, and pregnant women. It is crucial to take steps to protect yourself and your loved ones during this period of poor air quality. Key Recommendations from health experts include: Stay Informed – stay updated on local air quality reports. Limit Outdoor Activities - minimize outdoor activities, especially strenuous exercises, to reduce exposure to smoky air. Stay Indoors [...]

Cayoose Creek Air Quality Health Alert (Wildfires)2023-08-21T14:24:03-07:00
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