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ʔaq̓amnik̓ encouraged to provide input on sports facility

A multi-use sports facility and community centre is being considered for ʔaq̓am and we encourage the community to get involved. Before this project can move forward, we want to hear from ʔaq̓amnik̓ and all Ktunaxa community members.

Nobody knows the community’s needs better than you, so we are asking you to visit the website below and complete a short survey. Visit the website to learn more about the project and provide your input. The website is located at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/aqamfacility

 

 

FNLC COVID 19 Resource Information

Follow this link to FNCL's document about benefits available to Indigenous communities, businesses, and individuals during the COVID-19 novel coronavirus emergency.  https://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/ubcic/pages/4160/attachments/original/1590711110/Covid_Resources_V3_It17_Pages.pdf?1590711110  

 

St Eugene Reopening Plan

The Board of SEMLP has decided to permit St. Eugene to open the RV Park to leisure travel including Canadian, out-of-province guests effective June 1st, 2020.  They will also be opening the Hotel on a limited basis of 40 rooms per night effective July 1st, 2020. As they open the various business units of the Resort, we are meeting or exceeding all personal distancing, signage, sanitization, and personal protective equipment guidelines for the safety of both guests and colleagues.  Please see attached for the official announcement from the resort.

 

ACE AGM, come join us!

Includes lunch & door prizes!
Location: ʔaq’am administration boardroom
ACE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Tuesday April 9th 2019
10:30am–1:00pm
10:30am Opening Prayer & Introductions
10:40am 2018, a year in review - successes and challenges.
Presented by Christopher McCurry, CEO for ACE along
with our Board of Directors.
11:15am 2019 Work plan goals and priorities
11:45am Open dialogue and questions
12:00pm Networking Lunch & Door Prizes

2018 Election Results

Congratulations to re-elected Councilor Vickie Thomas and newly elected Councilor, Jason Andrew! 

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