Blog - Shuswap Indian Band

Land Use Plan Ratification Vote

TAKE NOTICE THAT the Shuswap Indian Band has called a Ratification Vote in accordance with the Shuswap Indian Band Land Code (2014) to be held on October 29, 2020 to determine if eligible voters support the following YES/NO question:Do you approve of the Shuswap Indian Band Land Use Plan (2020) dated October 2020?NOTE THAT the

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Invermere has one confirmed positive case of COVID 19

COVID -19 is not over! Invermere has one confirmed positive case of COVID 19. This has potentially affected 7 families within the Shuswap community.  Chief and Council have decided to play it safe and close the administration office for the next two weeks and closely monitor the situation. Everyone is asked to continue practicing physical

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COVID-19 Updates

COVID -19 is not over! September 21, 2020 Invermere has one confirmed positive case of COVID 19. This has potentially affected 7 families within the Shuswap community.  Chief and Council have decided to play it safe and close the administration office for the next two weeks and closely monitor the situation. Everyone is asked to

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Notice: Visitors By Appointment Only

IMPORTANT NOTICE All visitors to the Shuswap Indian Band will be seen by appointment only. Please call: 250-341-3678 THANK YOU for helping us keep our office safe!

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Land Use Plan: Community Meeting and Upcoming Vote

LAND USE PLANCOMMUNITY MEETING AND UPCOMING VOTEOPEN TO ALL SHUSWAP INDIAN BAND MEMBERS Date: Wednesday, September 30th, 2020Time: 6:00 pmLocation: Virtual Meeting via Zoom (Details to be sent by email in coming days) The Shuswap Indian Band is currently undertaking an update to the community’s on-reserve Land Use Plan. A previous version of the Plan

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IMPACTS OF THE TRANSITION FROM CERB TO EI ON BC FIRST NATIONS

TO: UBCIC CHIEFS COUNCILFROM: NATASHA KIM, POLICY RESEARCHER AND WRITERDATE: AUGUST 24, 2020RE: IMPACTS OF THE TRANSITION FROM CERB TO EI ON BC FIRST NATIONS PURPOSE: To provide the UBCIC Chiefs Council with a comprehensive background and analysis of the federal government’s plans to transition Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) recipients back to employment insurance

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Emergency Grab & Go Bag List

Before an evacuation you should have this bag completed. When you are requested to leave your home and go to an Emergency Social Services Reception Centre, a Grab & Go Bag should be small enough for you to carry but sustain you and your family for 6-12 hours. The following listare some items that are

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Transportation Survey

Shuswap Band and The District of Invermere are excited for the opportunity to make active transportation a more convenient, safe, attractive and fun transportation choice for people of all ages and abilities. Please take this survey now. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/InvermereShuswapATSurvey

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