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Existing Use Groundwater Application Information

Please find attached important information regarding the upcoming March 1, 2022 Existing Use Groundwater application deadline. Application Information Application Checklist Please contact Carol Atherton with any questions – Carol AthertonAdvisor, First Nations RelationsKootenay Boundary RegionEmail: Carol.Atherton@gov.bc.caP: 250-420-6300

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RFQ – Sun Creek Fencing

For any interested community contractors – Attached is an RFQ for the Sun Creek Fencing project. The deadline for submission is Tuesday, Feb 8th, 2022. 11:59 pm. Link: https://www.shuswapband.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Sun-Creek-Fencing-Specifications-and-Request-for-Quote-Jan-31-2022.pdf Questions and quotes can be directed to Miranda Cross, contact info below. –Miranda CrossWetland Restoration Specialist Rewilding Water & Earth Inc.Cell: 250-850-9020Office: 250-285-0035miranda@wetlandrestoration.ca

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Shuswap Band Office Closure – COVID-19

Weytk-p xexwéytep, The Shuswap Band offices will be closed for a minimum of two weeks, from Monday, November 15th until Monday, November 29th, as we currently have three confirmed COVID-19 cases amongst staff. Staff contact information is available in the Members Only area of the website. We will update the community with information as it

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Woodpile Clean-Up – Oversized Pieces

Woodpile Clean-Up – Oversized Pieces There are unused, oversized pieces of wood at the Reserve woodlot that will be cleared out next week if no one is interested in them. These pieces are located at the northern part of the woodpile, are between 3-4.5 feet long, and will require a lot of manual labour to

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Message from Kukpi7 Barbara Cote

Weytk-p xexwéytep, The continued Residential School findings have uncovered a great amount of trauma for those impacted by Canadian colonial systems past and present. The Shuswap Band has felt this grief spread across the community, and we continue to work internally and with other Nations and Governments to ensure all voices are heard and that

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Aug 25th – Virtual Membership Meeting

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Smoky Skies Bulletin Issued for Multiple Regions of the Province

Looks like our region is in fairly good shape compared to other areas of the province, however, due to the wildfires that were sparked in the Kamloops and Peace River Regions over the last couple of days, it can be expected that with the movement of the Hot High-pressure system (Heat Wave), cooler air will

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