shishalh Stewardship Pays Huge Dividends in Salmon
A rare two day DFO commercial fish opening begins tomorrow August 20th &21st could reap huge catches. shishalh Nation Resources Manager Sid Quinn's assessments provide counts that number in the hundreds of thousands of Pink salmon.
The Gift of Salmon Comes as a Surprise
Resources Director Sid Quinn explains how shishalh people received the gift of salmon from the A-Tlegay in Campbell River
Despite Low Fish Stocks a few Salmon come to shishalh
A-Tlegay from Campbell River shared some of their salmon today with the shishalh people. Chief Calvin Craigan officially welcomes the crew of the seiner that brought the gift of salmon.
Totem Pole Celebration - Sechelt / shishalh Hospital
On July 20th, 2015 shishalh Nation totem poles and murals were presented to the community at a celebration at Sechelt / shishalh Hospital. The art work represents the rich culture and heritage of the shishalh people and was created in the spirit of unity and reconciliation.
Sechelt Community Rallies Around Firefighters
Breakfast and dinner at the Band Hall are all part of the community's gratitude for the firefighters battling the raging fires that started at Carlson Point. Laundry is being taken care of, care packages arrive daily and this will continue all summer until the fire is out. Donations are being accepted at the Sechelt Community Hall: 5432 Xenichen Ave.
Searching for 2000 year old Treasure
University of Toronto students and the Canadian Museum of History are conducting an archeological assessment of areas of shishalh territory.
Sechelt Fire Update
Chief Craigan pays tribute to fallen fire fighter John Phare and updates the burn area now 250 hectares and what's going on behind the scenes.
Getting Ready to Shoot the New Episode of Our TV Show
Chief Calvin Craigan, producer Michael Morgan, Camera woman Tamar and her Mom from Montreal find the right setting to shoot our summer Voices of shishalh series.