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54 minutes ago

NStQ Treaty Group

The NSTC Fisheries Department spent much of the summer working with other agencies on the Big Bar Slide. Technicians installed and ran the Kitsumkalum Fish Wheel. Here’s a video with Shamus Curtis who is with the team and describes how it works.

The Kitsumkalum First Nation is just West of Terrace, where the Kitsumkalum River flows into the Skeena River.Big Bar Landslide fish wheel operator, Shamus Curtis, from the Upper Fraser Fisheries Conservation Alliance.
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15 hours ago

NStQ Treaty Group

There is an opportunity for NStQ Youth to gather and spend some time on traditional pursuits. This event, “Bridging the Gap Through our Youth” is for those aged 14 to 18. It’s scheduled near the end of September so there is plenty of time to plan and find out more. Contact an NStQ Treaty Manager for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

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17 hours ago

NStQ Treaty Group

The Williams Lake Band (T’exelc) hosted a luncheon for two departing staff members today (Friday August 23) at the Elizabeth Grouse Gymnasium at Sugarcane.

Marg Shelley has worked with the band for 16 years, many of which she was the Chief Administrative Officer. During Ms. Shelley’s time the band made many advances in community service and administration. Marg begins work on Monday August 26th as the Executive Director of the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council and Northern Shuswap Treaty Society. Pictured below Marg with Lisa Camille, WLIB Senior Members Services Manager.

The event also honoured Rick Archie who has been working as Education Supervisor and with the Treaty Department with the Williams Lake Band for 3 years. Rick is returning to school this Fall in Kelowna with the goal of getting his Bachelors Degree in Management moving toward his Masters in Law. Pictured with Rick and giving the ‘thumbs up’ is John Sam the Manager at Sugar Cane Gas Station & Store
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23 hours ago

NStQ Treaty Group

*Update*
Big Bar Landslide
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2 days ago

NStQ Treaty Group

It's been a very different summer than the last 2. Here's the Cariboo Fire Center Update to prove it. Especially when you take note of the number of fires and hectares burned over last year. Grateful for no smoky days. Kind of cool weather moving in. Gather round the campfire. ... See MoreSee Less

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