Monthly Archives: June 2016

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Seabird Internet fees start July 1

Seabird Internet is now available to customers. The service, which was previously called Seabird Wi-Fi or Seabird Cable, will now simply be named Seabird Internet. Customers who wish to continue Seabird Internet services can complete a new application before July 1. Applications will be available at the Band Office and online and customers are encouraged [...]

By | June 6th, 2016|Categories: Seabird Internet|Comments Off on Seabird Internet fees start July 1

Seabird Home Improvements Trust Cheques available Jun. 6

DID YOU JUST TURN 18? Seabird Home Improvements Trust Cheques will be ready for disbursement on June 6, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Band Office. All Band Members who celebrated their 18th birthday from January 1st to May 31, 2016 are eligible to receive their disbursement cheque. Please bring your status [...]

By | June 3rd, 2016|Categories: 2015-16|Comments Off on Seabird Home Improvements Trust Cheques available Jun. 6

All-stars and winners of the 47th Annual Seabird Island First Nations Festival

The full list of all-stars is now available! Haven't picked up your All-Stars? Email festival@seabirdisland.ca with the all-star's name, division, and team. 7 & Under 1st: Little Chiefs (Sts'ailes) 2nd: Seabird 3rd: Musqueam Blues All-Stars: Team Name (Male) Name (Female) Picked up By Chawathil Sequoya Peters Kyrah Point Musqueam Blues Jomar Stogan Faith Williams [...]

By | June 2nd, 2016|Categories: Announcement, Festival|Comments Off on All-stars and winners of the 47th Annual Seabird Island First Nations Festival

June 3-4 Chinook salmon fisheries opening

Seabird Island Band Fisheries Notice Species: Chinook salmon All efforts and attempts shall be made to return all non-target species including Steelhead and Sturgeon to the water alive and unharmed. Steelhead, and Sturgeon must NOT be retained. Area: Lower Fraser Dates and Times Gear: Set Net 6:00 PM Friday, June 3, 2016 to 12:00 PM [...]

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Nova Pacific Environmental hired to treat invasive plant

Knotweed is a fast growing plant that resembles bamboo, with heart or spade shaped leaves. There are several knotweed patches in and around the community that have been identified for treatment this year, so you may see a Nova Pacific Environmental work truck in the neighbourhood once or twice every two weeks during the treatment [...]

By | June 2nd, 2016|Categories: Announcement|Comments Off on Nova Pacific Environmental hired to treat invasive plant