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: May 21,2013
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
Where: Xaxli'p Hall (Start)
When: Every Tuesday and Thursday
Time: 4:00 pm
Getting Cabin Fever! Well come out and join us for a short walk and learn to make smoothies and healthy snacks for your loved lones! Everyone is welcome, so bring your whole family, we will have walking poles available. For more information please contact Alice or Shonna at 250-256-4800
Check out the links below on the St'at'imc BC Hydro Education & Training Framework:
St'at'imc Emerging Economies
Development Summit (Seeds) 2013
St'at'imc Business Awards
The St'at'imc Government Services (SGS) is proud to announce that the St'at'imc Business Awards that will be a part of the SEEDS 2013 event. The St'at'imc Business Awards are intended to recognize St'at'imc majority owned businesses that have excelled, in the following categories:
1. St'at'imc Community Business Award: This award is for a St'at'imc community owned business that has established strong governance, operating efficiencies and is achieving a multiple bottom line benefits for their community.
2. St'at'imc Small Business Award: This award is for a business owned by a St'at'imc community member who has established operating efficiencies and is a positive role model for his/her community.
Nominations will be accepted for the 2013 Awards from St'at'imc communities and community members from March 1, 2013 to June 3, 2013.
To nominate a candidate please complete and return the nomination package with a letter identifying the attributes and reasons for nominating the candidate of choice before 9:00 am June 3, 2013 to:
Ernest Armann, SGS Implementation Manager
650 Industrial Place, PO Box 2218, Lillooet, BC, V0K 1V0
ph: 250-256-7523 ex. 266
The St'at'imc Economic Advisory is responsible to determine the award recipients. The St'at'imc Economic Advisory is made up of the St'at'imc community economic development officers and community leads. Only award recipients will be notified with awards being presented at the SEEDS 2013 on June 21, 2013. Award recipients will receive a complimentary booth to promote their business, promotional media coverage in the SGS newsletter, and will be providing the award to the coming year recipient in 2014.
The nomination package is attached or may be downloaded by visiting: www.statimc.ca for more information about the St'at'imc Business Awards please call Ernest Armann at 250-256-7523 ex. 266
Second Lake: Douglas-Fir Bark Beetle Trap
Important: Please leave the pile of logs at the Second Lake alone!
These logs are part of an important trap for the Douglas-Fir Bark Beetles. These beetles will attack live tress if no dead ones are available. The log piles at Second Lake need to stay there until summer for this trap to work. If this project is successful, the Xaxli'p forest will be protected from the Douglas-Fir Bark Beetle this coming year. Please help us trap Bark Beetles by leaving our trap logs intact.
Below outlines the major steps needed to make this Beetle trap successful at the Second Lake:
Step one (May-June): Logs have been cut and put in the Second Lake field to lure Douglas-Fir Bark Beetles away form the living trees in the Xaxli'p forest. We call these "trap-logs" because the Douglas-Fir Bark Beetle will lay its eggs in the fallen logs, instead of the live trees in the forest.
Step two (June-July): The beetle eggs develop into pupae (young beetles) and eat the nutrients under the bark of the fallen logs.
Step three (August-September): Our trap-log wood has an abundance of the Douglas-Fir Bark Beetle pupae. We will cut the tress for firewood. Burning this wood will destroy Bark Beetle larvae and prevent many live trees from getting infected.
Please leave this wood, as it will be given to Xaxli'p Elder to use as firewood for next winter.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to call the Xaxli'p Community Forest Corporation, or stop by our office. Contact Info:
Andra Forney, Manager
Lia Wilson, Intern
Starting May 15, there is an open burning prohibition set out by the Ministry of Forests, Land and Natural Resource Operations. This regulation means that you cannot have burn piles greater than 3 feet by 3 feet, you cannot burn stubble or grass over any area, and cannot use burn barrels.
Weight Loss for the Mind
with Elaine Hopkins, hypnotherapy/psychotherapy
What you will learn in this workshop:
What you will learn:
Through exploring your attitude toward food you will uncover what is truly missing in your life.
Wear comfortable clothing
To register call: Barb at 250-256-4800
Time: May 27, 2013 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm and May 28 4:00 to 7:00 pm at Xaxli'p Hall
Note from the
Just wanted to let you know that the Health Assessment is now complete and I will be having an information session to discuss the findings and come up with some ideas as to how to address the concerns you have raised. I will post a notice when I have prepared the report.
We have mounted a health calendar in the front reception areas so you can see what's happening in the health department on a monthly basis.
Take care of those spring allergies!
In health and wellness, Ange
St'at'imc (PC) 2011Trust
Notice of Annual General Meeting
Attention all Community Members of:
When: Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Time: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm (dinner provided)
Where: Lillooet Recreation Centre, 930 Main Street, Lillooet, BC
The Trustees of the St'at'imc (PC) 2011 Trust are pleased to present an information update to all Community Members. Time will be available for questions and answers.
Topics covered will include:
Prizes will be available to win to everyone that hands in an evaluation form at the end of the AGM