Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

Salish Sea Sentinel | September 23, 2018

Scroll to top

Top

About Salish Sea Sentinel

Salish Sea Sentinel

Salish Sea Sentinel

Posts By Salish Sea Sentinel

BEHOLD THE BEARS OF BUTE

December 10, 2014 |

Photos by Todd Peacey of Homalco First Nation

HOMALCO FIRST NATION ‘BEARS OF BUTE’ TOURS had a record year in 2014.

Tourists from around the world visited the viewing sites on the Orford River in Bute Inlet. Among notable recent … Read More

Salish Eye stays in focus despite pain

December 10, 2014 |

A traumatic injury laid Tricia Thomas low, but hasn’t stopped her from looking at the big picture.

erythromycin base 500mg tabs It happened in an instant. Last January, two days before the first big job for her new company, a car accident changed the … Read More

Seafood, especially salmon, on our menus

December 10, 2014 |

The Vancouver Island Traditional Foods Conference is being hosted in late October by the tukʷaaʔatḥ (Toquaht) First Nation in Ucluelet. In 2008, Snuneymuxw First Nation hosted the first of these gatherings. A notable report from that initial conference showed how … Read More

Decades-old knowledge combined with new technology at Klahoose

December 10, 2014 |

An expanded T’oq Kimuq language app and Salishan dictionary will be assets to the next generation.

In 1974, the late Joe Mitchell penned a message to Klahoose members in one of two booklets containing over 2000 words, place names and … Read More

Malahat waterfront development moves forward

December 10, 2014 |

The project will be first-ever economic development for the nation and could eventually create up to 30 full-time jobs

Malahat Nation is preparing the final plans for an oceanfront development in Mill Bay that will also serve as a new … Read More

TRANSITION TO THE CORPORATE SECTOR

December 10, 2014 |

Former chief Baird lands two private consulting jobs

Kim Baird is using skills acquired over six terms as chief of Tsawwassen First Nation – including guiding her nation to BC’s first urban treaty – in the corporate sector.

She has … Read More

A heron’s-eye view of cando for this Nester

December 10, 2014 |

Patricia McDougall is one of the people in the Herons Nest, Naut’sa mast Tribal Council’s grassroots economic development project. As a graphic recorder and facilitator, she participated in the recent CANDO event in Nanaimo and helped out at the NmTC … Read More

A new team and a New Year at Homalco

December 9, 2014 |

Laughter filled Homalco First Nation council chambers when The Sentinel visited in early November.

Gathered around the council table, it was just twelve days after Maryann Enevoldsen was elected the new chief. Alongside her were councillors including incumbent Darren Blaney … Read More

Actions speak louder than words

October 4, 2014 |

There was a lot of power in the room when BC’s First Nation leaders met with Premier Christy Clark and her cabinet in Vancouver on Sept. 11. A power shift had occurred in the province a few weeks earlier with … Read More

How you can vote in municipal elections

October 4, 2014 |

Do you want to vote in November’s municipal elections in your area? This is what municipalelections.com said when asked if on-reserve First Nation people can vote.

If the reserve is within a municipality and you are otherwise eligible to vote, … Read More