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 250.256.8899 Robin Frank Councillor 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

Cayoose Creek – Emergency Notice Regarding Wildfires


Dear community members, As you may already be aware, the Province declared a State of Emergency on August 18th to support ongoing response and recovery efforts caused by wildfire. This enabled the Province to restrict travel to specific areas as needed. Non-essential travel, including use of accommodations, is restricted in: Kelowna & West Kelowna Kamloops Oliver Osoyoos Penticton Vernon This will ensure that accommodations are accessible for evacuees and emergency responders, and will remain in effect until September 4, 2023. In the event our community requires evacuation, Council would like to reassure you that we have an emergency and [...]

Cayoose Creek – Emergency Notice Regarding Wildfires2023-08-21T14:21:37-07:00

Attention all artists: Lightfoot Gas & Convenience Store is looking for a new logo


Attention all artists.  Lightfoot Gas & Convenience Store is looking for a new logo to represent us moving forward.  We are hold a logo contest! Design Guidelines Our only guideline is that the logo must be based around our St’at’imc culture. The logo will be used on small spaces such as clothing, along with our fuel branding, and so details will need to be clear when the logo is sized for embroidery or screening. Submission Guidelines Please email your entry to: Subject line: Logo Contest Or drop off a physical copy at the Lightfoot Gas and Convenience Store. [...]

Attention all artists: Lightfoot Gas & Convenience Store is looking for a new logo2023-08-16T12:24:12-07:00

Texas Creek Wildfire Notice


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, [...]

Texas Creek Wildfire Notice2023-07-25T13:03:34-07:00

Boil Water Advisory lifted for Cayoose Creek Residents on Pashilqua 2


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, If you have any questions or concerns, please [...]

Boil Water Advisory lifted for Cayoose Creek Residents on Pashilqua 22023-07-25T09:11:32-07:00

British Columbia Wildfire Update


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 [...]

British Columbia Wildfire Update2023-07-20T12:18:13-07:00

First Annual General Meeting


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:

First Annual General Meeting2023-07-20T09:45:05-07:00
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