St'át'imc Chiefs' Council has issued a Request for Proposal for 2014/15 Capacity Building for Nation & Village Constitution & Governance Development. The attached file contains full details. You can also view the file here: http://www.statimc.ca/downloads/scc-rfp-july-25-capacity-building.pdf
St'át'imc Government Services, Janice Billy, Fisheries Manager: The Lillooet organizations have worked together for about 14 years to install an Emergency Boat Launch, this assists our emergency crews to easily launch boats into our Fraser River. The ribbon cutting ceremony included Aboriginal and local government leaders, representatives of government agencies and first responders followed by an excellent Spring Salmon feast, the luncheon was hosted by Sekw'el'was.
Previously, the first responders launched boats under the 23 Camels Bridge causing extensive damage to the vehicles and trailers, a rocky uneven surface. At times they had to travel 40 minutes away from Lillooet, depending on water levels. This jeopardized the safety of everyone.
With the Lillooet / St'át'imc Coop
erative Emergency Boast Launch installed our teams can save lives as it makes it easier to quickly respond when there is trouble in the Fraser River.
Avaleen Adolph talks about the past year of Splitrock and its ongoing projects.