The WLC launches a streamlined community involvement process

2019-11-01T23:55:41+00:00

The WLC is committed to serving the best interests of each member of the W̱SÁNEĆ Nation.   The WLC is pleased to provide a number of exciting and culturally appropriate opportunities for community members to be involved. The WLC has had a productive initial year, rolling out a number of projects and initiatives under the umbrella of the broader mandate.  As the organization grows and matures, the WLC is continually seeking and acting on feedback to better serve the broader community in achieving our mandate.  As such, we’ve dramatically streamlined our Get Involved process. You spoke. We listened. Once of [...]

The WLC launches a streamlined community involvement process2019-11-01T23:55:41+00:00

Meet Shauna Johnson, the WLC’s Marine Use Planner

2019-10-25T19:37:25+00:00

The WLC is pleased to welcome Shauna Johnson to the team! Learn more about Shauna and how her expertise and training will help fulfill the W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council's mandate. Click play to view the short interview, or read the transcript below. https://youtu.be/wmgtJA8r6pY Shauna: My name is Shauna Johnson and my mother is Roberta Pelkey from the Tsawout First Nation. My father is Terry Johnson from the LaxKwala’ams Indian band. I've mostly grown up in the Tsawout reserve. My role at the W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council is a Marine use planner, I just started October seventh. Interviewer: Can you tell [...]

Meet Shauna Johnson, the WLC’s Marine Use Planner2019-10-25T19:37:25+00:00

W̱SÁNEĆ Youth Learn Traditional Hunting Practices Through a Series of Workshops

2019-11-02T00:26:01+00:00

The WLC is pleased to announce that progress has been made toward reclaiming W̱SÁNEĆ deer hunting practices throughout the W̱SÁNEĆ territory. Training and mentoring workshops with both classroom and hands-on outdoor portions started this September. Attendees are provided with the skills, certifications, and knowledge needed to hunt safely in accordance with W̱SÁNEĆ cultural practices. Traditionally, for the W̱SÁNEĆ people, deer hunting would occur during PEXSISEN (the Moon of Opening Hands from mid-March to mid-April) and SXÁNEL (the Bullhead Moon from mid-April to May). During these moons, deer and elk hunting occurs alongside other W̱SÁNEĆ harvesting activities, such as: gathering [...]

W̱SÁNEĆ Youth Learn Traditional Hunting Practices Through a Series of Workshops2019-11-02T00:26:01+00:00
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