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Éy syó:ys! Good work! Grade 7 students move on to high school

Family, friends, students and teachers conveyed their joy, pride, gratitude, love and encouragement to Seabird Island Community School’s grade 7 students as they embarked on a new journey in their education. The ceremony celebrated 20 students leaving elementary school for the last time and moving on to high school next year. “Today, you are standing [...]

By | June 20th, 2017|Categories: Announcement|Comments Off on Éy syó:ys! Good work! Grade 7 students move on to high school

High Streamflow Advisory Update – Fraser River

High Streamflow Advisory – Fraser River ISSUED: June 13, 2017 10:30 AM The River Forecast Centre is maintaining a High Streamflow Advisory for: Fraser River including areas of the main stem river from the Fraser Canyon downstream to the ocean Flows on the lower Fraser River have been rising over the past two days in [...]

By | June 14th, 2017|Categories: Emergency Procedures, Safety & security|Comments Off on High Streamflow Advisory Update – Fraser River

High Streamflow Advisory – Fraser River

UDPATE - High Streamflow Advisory – Fraser River ISSUED: June 6, 2017 11:30 AM   The River Forecast Centre is maintaining a High Streamflow Advisory for Fraser River including areas of the main stem river from the Fraser Canyon downstream to the ocean   Flows on the Fraser River reached highs over the weekend, with [...]

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Flood season update: June 6, 2017

Flood season update: We've been watching water levels all weekend. While the waters have risen, they are within the forecast range and began to fall Monday. Staff will continue to monitor the weather and water levels as we move further into June. We will keep you updated here and on social media during flood season.

By | June 6th, 2017|Categories: Emergency Procedures, Safety & security|Comments Off on Flood season update: June 6, 2017

Fishing Notice: June 2-3

Seabird Fishing Notice Set Nets Sub Areas 3 – 11 For All groups   1800 hours Friday June 2 to 1200 Hours Saturday June 3 (18 Hours total)   Drift Nets Sub Areas 3 - 4 KATZIE AND KWANTLEN only   1200 Hours to 1800 hours Saturday June 3 (6 Hours total)   Drift Nets [...]

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Morrow BioScience Ltd. returns for helicopter mosquito control June 3

You may notice a helicopter flying around the Seabird Island community Saturday, June 3. Morrow BioScience is returning to assist in our efforts to reduce mosquito populations in our area. Using a helicopter, Morrow BioScience will be able to target remote mosquito spawning areas to kill the larvae before they grow into mosquitoes. Breeding sites [...]

By | June 2nd, 2017|Categories: Announcement|Comments Off on Morrow BioScience Ltd. returns for helicopter mosquito control June 3

SPECIAL NOTICE: Waterline shutdown, repairs underway

SPECIAL NOTICE: We are experiencing an issue with our waterline. The line has been shutdown as we make a repair and we expect things to return to normal by 4:15 p.m. this afternoon.   This will affect all homes and buildings in the community except those with wells.

By | June 2nd, 2017|Categories: Safety & security|Comments Off on SPECIAL NOTICE: Waterline shutdown, repairs underway

Home Improvement Trust Cheques

Band Members are eligible to receive their disbursement cheque if they turned 18 between January 1 - May 31, 2017. Drop by June 6 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Please bring your status card or 2 pieces of official ID (1 must be photo ID) to the Band Office and ask to see Jason [...]

By | June 2nd, 2017|Categories: Announcement|Comments Off on Home Improvement Trust Cheques

Announcing the Youth Employment Program for ages 12 – 15!

Complete the application today! Click here >

By | May 31st, 2017|Categories: Announcement, Youth|Comments Off on Announcing the Youth Employment Program for ages 12 – 15!

Take extra care around waterways

We just want to remind everyone, and especially those with children, to take extra care when walking near the slough or rivers. Rising waters can cause river banks to soften and give way. Be mindful of where you step and when possible, do not walk close to the edge.

By | May 31st, 2017|Categories: Emergency Procedures, Safety & security|Comments Off on Take extra care around waterways