Hurry! The program starts Monday July 18th and runs until August 31st Sign up forms are at the Museum.
Site C Dam Protest Draws Big Crowds
The Site C Dam is a highly contentious project that seems to cross boundaries at every turn. Irrespective of the lack of First Nations consultation the concept of a mega watt multi billion dollar dam on the Peace River has galvanized many groups into a solid protest voting bloc.
Cedar Stripping the Traditional way
A Day trip to Salmon Inlet (skupa) Territory, to Cedar Strip Trees that were already cut down and also stripping a couple standing trees the traditional way.
Sechelt Trail Considered Dangerous
A shortcut through the dense forest near the hospital has become littered with drug paraphernalia and is insisted dangerous by the RCMP. It should be avoided as a passable trail.
4000 year old Longhouse found in Sechelt
Archeologists for the shishálh Nation discovered midden leading to the excavation of remnants of a 4000 year old Longhouse in Porpoise Bay near Sechelt. This discovery proves categorically the claims by the Nation of ancestry in the territories dating back 10,000 years or more.
David Suzuki In Conversation with Chief Calvin Craigan
In a rare and poignant glimpse of how profoundly David Suzuki understands the connection of First Nations people to their land, Chief Craigan captures the essence of the iconic scientist in this rare conversation.
Earth Day with shishalh Nation Chief Calvin Craigan
Sharing the responsibilities of caring for the Earth is the traditional way of the Shishalh people. Chief Calvin Craigan encourages us to step up to this task at the 2016 Earth Day Celebration in Tsehum - Roberts Creek, Sunshine Coast.
Day Scholars Class Action Fundraiser Gala Event
Many community members are aware of the commitment the shishalh Nation has made over many years to bring justice to Day Scholars who attended Residential Schools on the Sunshine Coast and throughout BC and throughout the country. We have been very successful in a number of legal areas, the first being granted class action status in the courts and the second being joined by over 90 Bands and Nations in pursuing the Day Scholar issue with the federal government and if necessary through the court system.