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Featuring stunning photographs & glimpses into rich Esk'etemc heritage, this photobook commemorates the historic event of May 8, 2017. On this day, the Esk'etemc of the Secwepemc nation declared title and rights over Esk'etemculucw, the traditional territory and lands inhabited by their ancestors for thousands of years. It was a day of celebration and ceremony for the community. All Photography by Casey Bennett.

All proceeds from this photobook project will go directly towards further Esk'etemc print & media projects! 

 "There are a wealth of stories waiting to be told.”

Contact:

Heather Johnson - hgjheather@gmail.com

or Bettina Johnson - economicdevelopment@sxoxomic.ca

Photobook Project Team

Heather Johnson

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Layna Chelsea

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Amanda Dan

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Casey Bennett

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Project Coordinator: Bettina Johnson

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Jun
22
Fri
13th Annual RSESS Traditional Pow Wow – Canoe Creek Arbor
Jun 22 – Jun 24 all-day
Jun
23
Sat
Berry Picking – Sxusem & Huckleberries, etc.
Jun 23 all-day
Sxusem and Huckleberries are ready to be picked
Jun 23 all-day
Jun
27
Wed
Elder’s Council Meeting
Jun 27 – Jun 28 all-day
Last Day of School – Report Cards
Jun 27 all-day
Cooking Group at the Daycare in the Parent room
Jun 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

June 20th, 11:43 am

Esk'etemc Public Page

Photo contest to win a Go Pro Hero 5 Session!!
Contest run by Cariboo Regional District, ends July 31st at 2:00 pmCelebrate the Cariboo with us as part of our 50th anniversary and enter our photo contest! Post your photos on our Facebook page (or email them to communications@cariboord.ca) by 2 p.m. on Tuesday, July 31.

An independent panel of judges will evaluate all the photos and pick the top three contestants based on the quality of the photos and how well they represent the Cariboo Regional District. We will share the top three photos on our Facebook page on Thursday, August 9, so you can vote for the winning photo.

The photo with the most likes at noon on August 23 will be the winner of the grand prize – a GoPro HERO5 Session!

Read the full photo contest rules at www.cariboord.ca/government/crd50
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Mission Statement

“Esk’etemc is collectively providing progressive economic opportunities whose purpose is to preserve Esk’etemc culture and spirituality while protecting Secwepemculucw through promoting and reviving Secwepemctsin for future generations”

Beliefs and Philosophy

Esk’etemc – Tsemne7’pleThe Creator gave us this land to look after; and everything that grows on it. The Creator, Kalkukpe7, has given the Esk’etemc the duty to protect and safeguard our lands, forests, air, water, medicines and the life that they sustain within our Traditional Territory. ...read more


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Our Background

Esk’etemc is a Secwepemctsin speaking group.  Esk’etemc has 19 reserves situated on the Fraser River southwest of Williams Lake, with an approximate total area of 3,800 hectares.  Esk’etemc’s administrative offices and the majority of the population are located on IR #1 (Esk’et) about 50 kilometres from Williams Lake on the east side of the Fraser River at Alkali Lake.  The current Esk’etemc population is 809 members with 384 members on-reserve and 349 off-reserve.  Esk’et reserve has its own fire hall, store, gas station, radio station, and a facility from which Esk’etemc controls and administers health and justice programs.

Esk’etemc (Alkali Lake) is located south-west from Williams Lake an approximately 50km drive. Follow Hwy 20-West until you reach the Dog Creek Road turn off (2.5km or 2 minutes up highway) follow Dog Creek Road for 45 minutes (half pavement/half gravel) until you arrive at the above sign. You arrived at Esk’etemc. Alkali Lake map link: Alkali Lake Google Map