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Job Posting: Marine and Land Use Planner I

2024-07-13T00:16:51+00:00

Employer: WSANEC Leadership Council Supervised by: Shauna Johnson Start Date: August 5, 2024 (4-year term) Job Posting Open Date: July 12, 2024 Job Posting Closing Date: July 26, 2024 Salary Range: $75,000 dependent upon experience Location: W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council office – a hybrid with a rotating office time two days per week, three days working remotely. Must be a Saanich Peninsula, Victoria, or local community resident. The WLC will provide in-office equipment (desk, chairs, etc.) and a portable laptop. Candidates should have a stable internet connection and access to MS Teams or Zoom when working from home. Position Overview The [...]

Job Posting: Marine and Land Use Planner I2024-07-13T00:16:51+00:00

Sharing Medicine Bundles Summer BBQ

2024-07-12T18:44:20+00:00

Sharing Medicine Bundles are welcoming all W̱SÁNEĆ women to a BBQ at the office. Children are welcome Please bring your own chairs RSVP to help us plan food Date: July 18th 2024 Time: 5:30 - 7:00pm Location: W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council Office You can RSVP at the link below RSVP RECENT POSTS How are we doing? Leave Us Your Feedback Here

Sharing Medicine Bundles Summer BBQ2024-07-12T18:44:20+00:00

This Time 10 Years Ago – July 2014

2024-07-04T23:29:06+00:00

Times Colonist: Jul 6, 2014 SARAH PETRESCU Times Colonist B.C. policies that do not give First Nations burial grounds the same protection as cemeteries are discriminatory and out of date, says Tseycum Chief Vern Jacks.   Jacks and other local aboriginal leaders have been fighting to protect a small island in Ganges Harbour where human remains and burial cairns were found in 2006.    Because the burial site dates from before 1846, it is managed under the Heritage Conservation Act – not the Cremation, Interment and Funeral Services Act, which offers greater protection.    “The laws are racist,” Jacks said.  “We’re tired of [...]

This Time 10 Years Ago – July 20142024-07-04T23:29:06+00:00

This time of year is known as ĆENŦEḴI

2024-07-12T22:04:43+00:00

This time of year is traditionally known as ĆENŦEḴI.  ĆENŦEḴI EȽTÁLṈEW̱JE LE TŦE SĆÁNEW̱I ENÁN JE LE U TSOS TŦE W̱SÁNEĆ EȽTÁLṈEW̱SU ȾW̱IṈETEṈs E TŦE SĆÁNEW̱NIȽ ȻE ĆÁ ŚW̱ELOXET ȽTE TŦE SĆÁNEW̱. NIȽ S,HI,WEḰ SĆÁNEW̱TŦE ŦEḴI U HÍ TŦE SṮELIṮḴEȽ X̱EN I IȽEN E TŦE ŦEḴI EȻs TUOs TÁĆEL TŦE ŦEḴI. NIȽ SU TÁĆELs ĆÍK I ĆÁȽs IȽENs TŦE W̱SÁNEĆ EȽ TÁLṈEW̱. I HO JE LE EWE ĆḴEĆEs TŦE SWÁLET SU YÁs QENETEṈ E TŦE ŚNÁEM ȻE STÁṈ Es SQÁYs TŦE SWÁLET. ÍY QÁLES TŦE SȻÁĆEL E TŦE ĆENŦEḴI ÁNW̱ȽḴÁLJ. I ȻȽ TÁĆELs TŦE W̱EW̱ELEŚ NIȽ ₭ELLET TŦE [...]

This time of year is known as ĆENŦEḴI2024-07-12T22:04:43+00:00

This Time 92 Years Ago – July 1932

2024-07-04T23:36:13+00:00

Times Colonist: Jul 2, 1932    Into Grade 4a –- Francis Samson.    Into Grade 4b –- Horace Paull    Into Grade 2b –- Isabel Bartleman, Virginia Bartleman, Henry Cooper, Ronald Paull, Sara Paull, Patrick Smith, Sophie Smith.    Into Grade 1a –- Edna Henry, Lizzie Jim, Vera Paull, Sammy Sam, Albert Smith, Josephine Smith, Philomena William.    Into Grade 1b –- Rosalie Philip, Elizabeth Smith, Abraham William.    Prizes –- presented by Rev. Father Scheelan: Attendance, Ronald Paull; progress, Grade 4, Francis Samson; Grade 3, Horace Paull; Grade 1, Henry Cooper, Sara Paull; neatness, Lizzie Jim. RECENT POSTS How are we [...]

This Time 92 Years Ago – July 19322024-07-04T23:36:13+00:00

This Time 40 Years Ago – July 1984

2024-07-04T23:32:52+00:00

Times Colonist: Jul 1, 1984    Women are discriminated against under the Indian Act, and women should be consulted on ways to end the discrimination, says Rusty Underwood, co-ordinator of the Tsawout Native Women’s Association.    But the Native Indian organizations who are talking to the federal government about ways of amending a law that allows sexual discrimination against Indian women are mainly headed by men, she said.    “Although Native women are voicing their concerns, they continue to have minimal participation in these negotiations.” said Underwood. “It’s time for the women to be heard.”    On the Tsawout reserve in Central Saanich women [...]

This Time 40 Years Ago – July 19842024-07-04T23:32:52+00:00

Amplifying Youth Accomplishments: Landon Underwood

2024-06-27T22:20:25+00:00

🥍 Meet Landon Underwood, a proud member of the Tsawout First Nation and dedicated lacrosse player and coach! 💭 "Dream big. Don't ever let somebody tell you that you can't do it," Landon advises, reflecting on his journey from Peninsula Lacrosse to representing BC in the North American Indigenous Games. 💪🏽🏆 Discover Landon's journey and future goals by reading the full interview below 🥍✨ Who are you, and where are you from? My name is Landon Underwood, and I am 25 years old. I proudly acknowledge my membership in the Tsawout First Nation, one of the five W̱SÁNEĆ Villages. [...]

Amplifying Youth Accomplishments: Landon Underwood2024-06-27T22:20:25+00:00

“Big Bingo” – June 28th

2024-06-24T20:33:48+00:00

"Big Bingo" Come Support Rells Price & Maddox Moon Funds raised will be used to support Rells Price & Maddox Moon as they will be traveling to Europe to train in England for 4 days before heading to Gothenburg, Sweden to play in the Gothia Cup, the "Largest Youth Soccer Tournament in the World" what they call the Youth World Cup on July 8th - 22nd, 2024. Friday, June 28th, 2024 Thunderbird Hall Doors Open: 4:00pm Bingo Starts: 6:00pm Bingo Package: $100.00 For ticket info, contact Kara Henderson 250-504-0267 or kara.henderson1974@gmail.com or Siona Moon at siona_6@hotmail.com RECENT POSTS [...]

“Big Bingo” – June 28th2024-06-24T20:33:48+00:00

Remembering the Legendary Chief Thunderbird/Jean Baptiste Paul (1896-1966)

2024-06-25T23:57:15+00:00

As part of WLC’s mission to promote respect for W̱SÁNEĆ culture, this is the first of a multi-part series honouring W̱SÁNEĆ community leaders. The series begins with the life story of Chief Thunderbird, also known as Jean Baptiste Paul. Whichever path in life he would have chosen, Jean Baptiste Paul, or Chief Thunderbird as he was known in the wrestling arena, was destined to be special. In 1896 at Brentwood on Vancouver Island, he was born the hereditary chief of the Tsartlip Nation—son to Tommy Paul and grandson to Ben Paul, both of whom were also chiefs. With an [...]

Remembering the Legendary Chief Thunderbird/Jean Baptiste Paul (1896-1966)2024-06-25T23:57:15+00:00

This Time 16 Years Ago – June 14, 2008

2024-06-06T20:03:43+00:00

Times Colonist: June 14, 2008 [IMAGE] DEBRA BRASH, TIMES COLONIST Tseycum First Nation members carry cedar coffins holding remains of their ancestors at a repatriation ceremony yesterday. The remains were taken to a specially prepared graveyard and buried in a ceremony that was intended to let their spirits rest. Burial completes native quest Remains of band's ancestors 'at peace' following ceremony LINDSAY KINES Times Colonist The gravedigger rose before dawn yesterday at his home on the Tsartlip First Nation.    Bert Smith, 52, put on jeans and a brown plaid work shirt, loaded a shovel in the back of his Ford [...]

This Time 16 Years Ago – June 14, 20082024-06-06T20:03:43+00:00
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