News

Signs Project Completed
Thursday, April 10, 2014

The Building Capacity signs project has been completed.  Seven signs depicting the history of our most important landmarks have been created.

Click here to download the pdf of the signs content.

Band Policies will be Updated
Monday, October 07, 2013

Councillor Tannis Reynolds has applied for funds to assist the band in reviewing all band polices and developing non-existent ones for the purpose of renewing out-dated policies, removing obsolete ones and to add or improve existing policies in all aspects of the band’s operations and departments.
These policies include but are not limited to the following: Human resources policies; Band Council policies; financial policies; housing policies; economic development fund-ing policies; election code changes; education policies.

Coastal Gas Link Project

To see how the Coastal Gas Link Project of the Trans-Canada Pipelines affects Stellat’en territory, click on the image below. We have saved our powerpoint presentation explaining the ins and outs of the project as a PDF so that you can view it online.  WE NEED YOUR INPUT!  After viewing the presentation below – please complete this questionnaire to improve the consultation process with Stellat’en band members while improving the aptitude and capability of the Stellat’en First Nation to appropriately consult with Trans Canada Pipelines Ltd.

For further info they can contact Doug Brown who is at dougbrown1@shaw.ca or David Luggi and Sandra Naharnof.  To Our Membership –  it is urgent that you respond in a timely manner in order for your voice to be heard regarding the proposed project.trans-canada-pipeline1