Monthly Archives: March 2021

You Asked, We Answered. Some Frequently Asked Questions. Part Two


You asked, we answered. We are committed to transparency and accountability to the communities we serve. We noticed many of you had similar questions and concerns about our community engagement sessions, the transfer of SISȻENEM (Halibut Island) to the WLC and our role as it relates to band operations and significant infrastructure projects, such as the Keating Overpass. We hope to answer these questions with the answers below. If not, please feel free to give us feedback so we can improve. What is the role of WLC? The WLC does not exist to replace or take over the role [...]

You Asked, We Answered. Some Frequently Asked Questions. Part Two2021-03-05T22:12:19+00:00

Indigenous Employment Outreach Coordinator


ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY Uy' Skweyul,  FT Indigenous Employment Outreach Coordinator in the  Lək̓ʷəŋən Territory. Candidates should be comfortable with using multiple at home virtual meeting platforms such as Zoom, and Big Blue Button. Reach out to Melissa Gus at WorkBC Victoria (details below) for more information. Chuu, Tlecko Huy ch q'a Melissa Gus Indigenous Employment Outreach Coordinator Phone: 250 714 0085 ext: 3020 Cell: 778 268 1663 Email: MORE OPPORTUNITIES

Indigenous Employment Outreach Coordinator2021-03-10T02:36:00+00:00



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WLC Arranges Hunting Trip to the Gulf Islands


Join the March Hunting Trip to the Gulf Islands This March, the WSANEC Leadership Council will be making arrangements for Gulf Island Park closures so community members can practice their Douglas Treaty rights with a hunting trip. Transportation is kindly provided by the Tseycum community. Fill out this form below if you would like to join the March hunting trip. Please note, spots are limited and participants will be selected on a first-come, first-serve basis. Attendees must have their own hunting equipment as well as their Douglas Treaty Status Card. RECENT POSTS How are we [...]

WLC Arranges Hunting Trip to the Gulf Islands2021-03-10T22:22:16+00:00

WLC Promotes Respect For W̱SÁNEĆ Artists with Art Protocol


The WLC is pleased to unveil a series of recommendations and artist profiles designed to reestablish the prevalence and respect for W̱SÁNEĆ art within the territory. Artist: Doug LaFortune. Installation at UpTown Mall For thousands of years, W̱SÁNEĆ culture was freely expressed through art using an array of mediums for many different purposes. The diversity of art traditionally created and displayed ranged from intricately carved household objects, woven Chiefs' regalia, and massive carved and painted house posts. Prior to the arrival of settlers, W̱SÁNEĆ art--and, with it, the expression of a distinctly W̱SÁNEĆ identity--was both a sacred and ubiquitous [...]

WLC Promotes Respect For W̱SÁNEĆ Artists with Art Protocol2021-03-04T23:40:59+00:00
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