When the Lil’wat Employment Training and Resource Centre got their instagram on

The most favourite part of my job is helping others achieve their goals, seeing our community adapt to the ever changing labour market and overcome barriers together. ~ Telase Pascal, Employment Counsellor Thanks to Linnea Ward, Telase Pascal and Ruth Dick for sharing a week in their work-lives, at the new-this-year Lil'wat Employment Training and … Continue reading When the Lil’wat Employment Training and Resource Centre got their instagram on

September 30 Update on the Birkenhead Sockeye Salmon run

via Maxine Bruce Ama Sqit Nsneknukwa7 As of Sunday September 30th, 14,260 Sockeye Salmon are in the Birkenhead River. On Sunday morning, the river temperature was 10.3c, and an average of 12c throughout the project. The river gauge that’s situated at the sockeye fence work site was at 39, and today, Tuesday 2 October, the … Continue reading September 30 Update on the Birkenhead Sockeye Salmon run

Tracking the return of the Birkenhead River sockeye salmon over time

Salmon watchers were curious about the annual counts being shared this year, and how this relates to previous years'. Thanks to Maxine Joseph-Bruce for sharing this information. via Lil'wat Nation Please see the line-graph that represents the amount of sockeye salmon that have returned to the Birkenhead River over the past 80 years. Interestingly enough, … Continue reading Tracking the return of the Birkenhead River sockeye salmon over time

Líĺwat7úl Rodeo Champs Recognized By BC Sports Hall of Fame September 25

Congratulations to Ha7ya Burt Williams and Katrina Williams who were inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame on Tuesday September 25 for their achievements in rodeo. Their names were put forward by the Líl̓wat Recreation Committee; Lhptaq Councillor Maxine Bruce, Annual Lillooet Lake Rodeo coordinator; and Mr. Elmer Gabriel. Elder Ha7ya, a renowned bull … Continue reading Líĺwat7úl Rodeo Champs Recognized By BC Sports Hall of Fame September 25

The work is complete: Ashley Gelpcal Joseph’s entry doors for the Ts’zil Learning Centre

Thanks to Murphy Construction for documenting this process and allowing us to share it here. As friends commented, this work is a gift to future generations. To glimpse back at the earlier form of the doors, see the original sketch, and the work at the half-way point.   As Ashley Gélpcal Joseph completed his carvings on the … Continue reading The work is complete: Ashley Gelpcal Joseph’s entry doors for the Ts’zil Learning Centre

Lil’wat opens its own Employment & Training Resource Centre at the old Spirit Circle

Lil'wat Nation is happy to announce the opening of The "Lil'wat Employment & Training Resource Centre" funded through the ASET holder of ACCESS to help Lil'wat with their Employment and Training needs. They will be a great resource for any regional employers looking for staff. In addition to setting up their office from scratch, the … Continue reading Lil’wat opens its own Employment & Training Resource Centre at the old Spirit Circle