Anyone not able to vote on election day can pick up a ballot package from Stacey or Edna at the Administration Office.

If you have any questions, please call Stacey or Edna at 250-440-5611


March 7th - Election of Chief & 3 Councillors

The Election of Chief and three (03) Councillors will be held Wednesday, March 07, 2018 - 9AM to 8PM at the Sxoxomic Gymnasium

Esk'etemc
Official Nomination List
Vote for 1 Chief and 3 Councillors

For Chief:

1. Charlene Belleau
2. Patricia Chelsea
3. Mercie J. Paul
4. Frederick Robbins
5. Phyllis Chelsea


For Councillor:

1. Deborah De Rose - OFF*
2. Mardi Paul
3. David 0. Johnson
4. Heather Johnson
5. Joyce Johnson
6. Malorie Paul
7.Mercie Jane Paul
8. Cary Johnson


9. Kerry Bouchard-Chelsea
10. Francis Robbins
11. Owen Chelsea
12. Keith Chelsea - OFF*
13. Dora Chelsea - OFF*

Phyllis Chelsea, Kevin Chelsea, Carmen Dan (Dennis) were nominated, but withdrew.

*-Off Reserve

 
Feb
19
Mon
Elders Weekly Activities – Shopping Trip
Feb 19 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

3 people max
Leave at 10AM, signup at health

Cancer Supports and Education – Respite Unit
Feb 19 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Feb
20
Tue
Nurse Practitioner is IN at the Health Centre
Feb 20 all-day
Parent / Teacher Conferences – Days Shortened by 1 hour per day
Feb 20 – Feb 22 all-day
Dental Therapist – Terry Buhler @ Esket Health Centre
Feb 20 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Elders Weekly Activities – Chair Exercises – Elder’s Centre
Feb 20 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

February 6th, 11:11 am

Esk'etemc Public Page

CHU-CHUA STICK GAME TOURNAMENT
When: Saturday, Feb. 24th
Where: Chu-Chua Hall
12:00pm - Lunch will be provided
1:00pm-2:00pm - Registration
2:00pm - Tournament begins

$100.00 Entry Fee $1,000.00 Added
Places 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Minimum 3 players per team
True Double Knockout
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CHU-CHUA STICK GAME TOURNAMENT
When: Saturday, Feb. 24th
Where: Chu-Chua Hall
12:00pm - Lunch will be provided
1:00pm-2:00pm - Registration
2:00pm - Tournament begins

$100.00 Entry Fee $1,000.00 Added
Places 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Minimum 3 players per team
True Double Knockout

February 1st, 1:27 pm

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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