To be proud, independent, self-sufficient Xaxli'pmec and continue to purse a land settlement with the Canadian Government; work with the best interest of the Xaxli'pmec with support, trust and respect of one another. For all to be open minded.
Last updated: Sept 18/14
We Encourage Xaxli'p Members to update their current mailing address and email address to the office so we can ensure that any correspondence that needs to be distributed by the office can be delivered promptly.
Please send your updated mailing/email address to Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org
Update your information for Xaxli'p Administration
St'at'imc Government Services
To Report a Grizzly Bear Sighting Phone:
Steps to Reporting:
1. Call the St'at'imc Government Services Environment Program: Grizzly Bear Recovery Program
2. The Wildlife and Lands Assistants will take your information
- Location of Grizzly Bear
- Description and Actions of Grizzly Bear (cubs, male, female, urban are, forest service road, size, etc)
- your phone number and name
3. There is a Grizzly Bear Collaring Program for Conservation and Reocvery for Grizzly Bears in threatened Grizzly Bear Habitat units dependent on location
4. The Environment Lead Sue Senger will do the follow up on this
The Administartion Office will be closed on Monday, September 1, 2014 for Labour Day and will reopen on Tuesday, September 2, 2014 to normal office hours 8 am - 4 pm
September 17, 2014
Time line 3 pm on
Potluck Supper at 5 pm
6 pm Sharing and honoring
Contact Barb 250-256-4800
August 29, 30 and 31, 2014
Self Caring/Help Ceremonies
Aug. 29, Friday, Potluck Supper, Welcoming
Aug. 30 & 31, Ceremonies - Women sharing ceremonies that have helped themselves.
Bring your own bedding, tent, food, utensils
Contact: Barb 250-256-4800
IHA Nurse Practitioner
will be making monthly visits to Xaxli'p!
Rose's next visit will be on
Monday, Sept. 29th, 2014
10 am - 2 pm
Limited appointments available!
To make your appointment phone:
Xaxli'p Health Center
250-256-4800 x 1202
Presented by Battered Women's Support Services.
Brandy Kane and Angela Marie MacDougall would like to invite women from the community to a healing circle. Let's spend some time together to reflect on what is important in our community and how we can achieve the healing that needs to take place. Learn by coming together supporting one another and breaking the cycles of violence.
September 14- 9:30 am to 12 pm
at Xaxli'p First Nations
Contact Barb Marchand at 250-256-4800 to register
Lunch to follow
Control your Diabetes by
Xaxli'p Health is pleased to continue our monthly "Choosing Health" luncheons
Come and join us for a nutritional lunch with the nurse and learn about "Choosing Health"!
Xaxli'p Hall. Next lunch Sept 17th !!!!!
Calling all Youth
Snacks available, health information provided.
September 24, 2014
For more information please call Xaxli'p Health for Shonna/CHW
(Pre-Post - Natal class)
The program has just been re-named from a baby group to a toddler group, and if you would like to change it we can do that at the next group. This group will have any age group even if you are expecting a bundle of new joy and will meet once a month unless decided more than once a month. Snacks will be provided and a healthy info session on.
September 10, 2014 at 1 pm
Any questions please call Shonna?CHW at 250-256-4800 ext: 1205
if you and your family are in need of a ride please call ahead and it can arranged before the date.
Walking Program / Walking Sticks
Just an exercise and if you would like to see or discuss having more in the community sush as Yoga etc...
Where: Xaxli'p Health
Time: 4 pm
Date: September 9 (Tues and Thurs)
For more information please call the Xaxli'p Health for Shonna?CHW at 250-256-4800
School District No. 74 (Gold Trail)
September 17, 2014
The BC Public School Employers Association (BCPSEA) and the BC Teachers' Federation (BCTF) have reached a tentative agreement. The agreement needs to be approved by the BCTF members, BCPSEA and local Boards of Education. As long as the agreement is approved by all parties, our schools will be open on Monday, September 22.
Further information will be provided through local and provincial media and the district website www.sd74.bc.ca
If you have any questions please contact your local school principal.