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August 15, 2020 Message from Chief Jim Harris

Message from Chief Jim Harris

Posted by Seabird Island Band on Tuesday, September 15, 2020

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We are all alarmed by the news that several First Nations communities in BC are experiencing outbreaks of Covid 19. It has hit close to home with 37 cases in Squamish Nation and Tla’amin First Nation declaring a state of emergency (two elders in hospital). Our thoughts and prayers go out to these communities as so many are scared and the risks of virus transmission are increasing.

It is important to note that some of the outbreaks are due to large gatherings happening in community. We want to remind Seabird community members to avoid large gatherings. This can be hard, especially when we have lost a loved one. We are urging everyone to find ways to pay respects and observe cultural practices while at the same time being Covid safe, with people who are not in your bubble. This includes keeping your distance, and keeping visits short and outside if possible.

With kids back in school, please remember all the Covid safety protocols. Stay home when you are sick, wash your hands often, wear a mask when in public places, and practice physical distancing. Let’s hold the line to keep Covid out of Seabird. September 4, 2020 – Fishing Notices

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August 14, 2020 – Education Committee Election

August 14, 2020 – Notice to Staff & Seabird Community Notice to Staff & Seabird Community Members – Friendly Reminder
Seabird Island Band is enforcing a ban on all gatherings of 10 or more people where physical distancing cannot be assured. This is in response to federal and provincial public health recommendations.

The ban on gatherings includes and is not limited to: parties, workshops, school classes, cultural programs, weddings, birthdays, funerals, etc. We regret the impact this might have on individuals and families, especially those in mourning.

Staff are required to inform their supervisor, as soon as possible, if they have participated in such a gathering. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action.

In addition, we are requesting that staff do not participate in gatherings of any size with people that you do not live with, unless physical distancing can be assured.

In order to keep everyone safe, the following measures will be applied:

  1. Employees who gather in groups of ten or more, without physical distancing, will be required to self-isolate for 14 days. The employee will either draw on sick time, banked time, or A/L, and /or apply for EI for this period if the person has no sick or A/L time to draw on.
  2. Employees that are able to work from home while in isolation will be accommodated, with Supervisor / Managerial approval, and will continue to be paid.
  3. Those that ignore this ban repeatedly will be subject to remedial action, through progressive disciplinary policy.

Please speak to your supervisor to help you work though all your available options.

We thank you for your compliance, and commitment to keeping everyone health and safe.

Jason Campbell,
Executive Director

August 14, 2020 – Seabird Island Early Childhood Development

September programming – All Programs will be up and running starting September 1st. There will still be the precautions and protocols in place due to COVID-19, in order to ensure that we are staying safe.

  • Hand washing when entering any program and the ECD building- Everyone
  • Sign in, Temperature, and Safety Check upon arrival to any program and ECD building. If any apply, you will be asked to leave the building and take your child with you. If any symptoms must stay home
  • Encouraging Children to play without touching friends – social distancing
  • Hand washing and sanitizing will stay increased
  • Snacks will be served per person – NO sharing plates
  •  Children will have designated spaces for lunch and snack at the table, which will always remain the same.

Starting September 1st, we will no longer be prioritizing Essential Workers. If, you enrolled in any of the ECD programs, and would like to return, to your original space, please contact Danielle at 604-796-6854, with your information by Friday 21st, or we will be starting filling spaces from the waiting list. 

Daycare – 0-6 year olds – Monday to Friday, 7:30 am ­– 5:30 pm

  • If also interested in 3’s preschool please let us know  

4’s Preschool – must be 4 yrs old before December 31, 2020 Monday to Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

  • Before and after care may be arranged 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

3’s Preschool – must be 3yrs old before December 31, 2020 Monday to Friday 9:30 am ­–12:00 pm

  • If daycare is needed before and after – please ensure that you let Danielle know

Out of School Care – Kindergarten to 12 years of age Monday to Friday 2:30 – 5:00 pm

  • Pick up from Seabird Island School
  • School bus transportation from Kent, if living on Seabird
  • NOTE: Professional full days only when Seabird Island School is out

Thank you, and hope to see you all soon
Carlene Brown
Early Childhood Department Director
Seabird Island Band

PLEASE REMEMBER TO CONTACT DANIELLE AT 604-796-6854 August 13, 2020 – Sqéwqel Gas Bar

There will be temporary holds on traffic at the Sqéwqel Gas Bar entrance, Monday, August 17th onto Seabird Island from #7 Lougheed Hwy. As well as the North end of Chowat Road and Chief Hali Road access to Sqéwqel Gas Bar.

Toyota Venza will be on reserve, filming from 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. with three flaggers putting temporary holds on traffic for a few minutes at time while they film. August 11, 2020 – BC Trasit

Late last week we received notification that, in alignment with TransLink and other transportation agencies, BC Transit will be proceeding with the mandatory use of face coverings on all buses across the Province as of August 24, 2020.  This includes the transit systems in Chilliwack, Central Fraser Valley, Agassiz, Harrison Hot Springs and Hope. At this point in time the use of face coverings are Buying Phentermine 37.5 Mg strongly encouraged and is being implemented as an educational step without enforcement.

Following the guidance of the Provincial Health Office, it is strongly advised to wear face coverings when physical distancing is not possible including on transit vehicles. Customers have indicated that making the use of face coverings mandatory will create a more comfortable environment on board for everyone.  BC Transit has created a web page ( that can help customers learn about the various measures in place to keep everyone safe while taking transit

Exemptions for BC Transit’s mandatory face covering policy include:

·        Anyone with an underlying medical condition or disability which inhibits the ability to wear a mask or face covering;

·        Persons unable to place or remove a mask or face covering without assistance;

·        Children under 5 years of age;

·        Employees working behind a physical barrier or within areas designated for employees and not for public access; and

·        Police, employees, or first responders in an emergency situation.

While face coverings will be mandatory, the policy will be implemented as an educational step without enforcement. The educational position is aligned with TransLink and other transit agencies in Canada. 

BC Transit’s  Together We Ride campaign continues across the province, promoting the need to work together to make the transit journey comfortable for customers. Details are available here:      

Please pass this information on to your communities members. For more information about the mandatory mask policy and BC Transit’s response to COVID-19, please visit or call the transit service contact number at 604-795-3838.

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No garbage pick-up today, garbage will be picked up tomorrow (Aug 11) and recycling will be picked up Wednesday (August 12)

August 10, 2020 – Seabird Health Survey


Once every five years Seabird Health does an Evaluation of our Health programs. We want to hear your thoughts about:

  • the health of the community
  • how we can better serve you and your family
  • things we are doing well

Your thoughts will shape the 2021-2031 Community Health Plan. This plan directs how the Health Department will operate.

  1. Fill out and return our 16-question survey, (click this link):  AND/OR

  • Call us to interview you. We have questions that we will ask over the phone, virtually, or in-person (physically distanced). Your choice. Draw Prizes!

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August 4, 2020 – Healthy Brain Event

August 4, 2020 – Indian Registration & Membership Update August 4, 2020 Message from Chief Jim Harris

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July 28, 2020 – Buy Phentermine Houston Joint statement on BC’s COVID-19 response, latest updates

  • “We can all enjoy our summer, and we know what we need to do to ensure COVID-19 does not take that enjoyment away.”
  • “Let’s continue to take the necessary precautions to reduce the potential for COVID-19 to spread in our communities and among our friends and family.”
  • “Start planning today for how you’re going to make your B.C. Day long weekend a safe one. Take the time to assess the risks before spending time with others and put measures in place to protect yourself and those around you.”
  • “How will you give people the space to stay safe? Are you spending a short time together? Are the people you are with in your bubble? If you can’t say ‘yes’ to these questions, then say ‘no’ to the activity. Choose to do something else instead.”
  • “Spending time outside is far safer than being indoors, so take advantage of the many options we have here in British Columbia. However, remember that ensuring you have a safe physical distance from others is important, no matter where you may be.”
  • “The provincial health officer’s order on mass gatherings has been amended to limit the number of people in vacation accommodations, including for house, cabin, yurt and boat rentals, as well as hotel rooms.”
  • “The number of people is limited to the capacity of the space, plus up to a maximum of five visitors. For example, if the capacity of the accommodation is four people, the maximum number of visitors allowed is five, for a total of no more than nine people. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure the order is adhered to by all guests and to ensure contact tracing information is collected for everyone – guests and visitors alike.”
  • “When traveling, travel safely. Use your travel manners and be courteous and considerate of those around you. Don’t ask a venue or their staff to bend the rules. Rather, thank them for the efforts they are making to help keep all of us safe.”
  • “Let’s use the summer days to bend our curve back down and help protect everyone in B.C.”

July 28, 2020 – Traveling? Please stay safe!

Traveling by car is the safest option. In your car have only those folks that are in your bubble.

Plan ahead so that you know where you are going and where you will stop along the way.

Camping and outdoor living is much safer than hotels and motels.

Avoid any crowded area, or where groups are together indoors.

Stay six feet away from anyone not in your bubble.

  • Make sure you have hand sanitizer and wipes with you. Use them every time you get back into your vehicle after a stop
  • Use rest stops instead of gas stations for bathroom breaks
  • Bring your own food or use take out instead of sitting in restaurants

Wash your hands often! And remember to NOT touch your face.

Make the most of your time with those in your bubble. These restrictions offer opportunities to connect in ways that we might not otherwise.

July 28, 2020 – Public Works, Housing & Custodial

There is no recycling today, they will pick up tomorrow.

July 27, 2020 – Nova Pacific Environmental LTD. Opportunity

Greetings Seabird Island folks, I hope you are all excellent and things are going well in the community

NPE needs 1 more person for our summer fish salvage/ditch maintenance crew. We see this as a good potential opportunity to provide experience for members of the Seabird Island community and help develop capacity.

We sent a similar invitation for candidates last month but did not receive and response. NPE has hired two candidates but will need at least one additional staff starting by mid-August and we’d like to extend the invitation again in an effort to further build our relationship.

The work involves primarily fish and amphibian salvage prior to and during removal of excess vegetation in ditches and creeks. Currently it is expected most of this work will be in Chilliwack and the candidate should have reliable transport to the area. Having and electrofishing certification is preferred but potentially not necessary.

If you are aware of any potential candidates, please let us know. As the need has arisen suddenly, we are looking to conduct interviews in the next few days.


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July 21, 2020 – UPDATE

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We hear and understand the community’s concern with respect to the scare we had yesterday regarding the community member that had flu-like symptoms and the worry that you or a loved one have potentially been exposed to Covid-19.

Please note that in BC if there is a positive case anywhere, anyone who has been in contact with that individual would be contacted by Fraser Health Public Health (typically within 24 hours of the test result). The contact tracing in BC is one of the strongest in North America so rest assured that your best interests are being monitored. While privacy is protected, if you have been exposed you would know very quickly.

Please do your part in keeping our community safe.  Please be calm, be kind and be safe.

We will continue to provide information as we can and have been.

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A community member exhibited flu like symptoms earlier today and has undergone Covid 19 testing. In the unlikely case that there has been community exposure, the affected community member will be notified by Fraser Health Public Health within 24 hours.

This is a reminder for all of us living and working on SIB that the community is still closed to visitors (unless approved by Leadership), social distancing must be maintained, and socializing should only be within your household bubble.

The Band office has been following and adhering to all of the safety precautions and steps as laid out by Public Health Officials since the beginning of this crisis. We are taking all safety measure and have adjusted safety protocols as follows;

  • All staff are required to check their symptoms before coming into work every day, staying home if they’re sick;
  • Maintaining a minimum six feet away from others at all times;
  • Reducing the amount of staff at the office – maximum 2 people per office and only where offices are big enough;
  • Where possible staff are working remotely from home;
  • Wall mounted hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the building;
  • Signage reminding people to wash hands often;
  • Having reusable masks available for any staff member requesting one;
  • Custodial staff cleaning high touch areas every hour;
  • All bathrooms being cleaned 4 to 5 times daily;
  • All staff are required to read and sign the Agreement to Comply with the Safety Protocols

This is a reminder for all of us to do our part in keeping our community safe. Everyone please be calm, be kind and be safe.

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Canada’s Investing in Canada’s Infrastructure: Community, Culture, Recreation program has approved a financial contribution for the building of a culture center and longhouse at Seabird.  This has been a project dream for a long time, and we will now start the process of finalizing the design, the location, and the building thereof.  The completion date is to be March 31 2025.

Currently Seabird Island Band uses the gymnasium in the Band Office for gatherings and events, including ceremonies and community dinners.  Seabird has been in need of an adequate and inspired gathering space, to preserve traditions, educate the next generations, embrace our language and celebrate our culture.  The federal infrastructure dollars will provide a public meeting space to share knowledge, space for traditional crafts like weaving and basketry, and for drumming, dancing, and other longhouse activity.  It will be accessible to all ages and abilities, and meet our own and federal energy efficiency standards. July 7, 2020 Message from Chief Jim Harris July 6, 2020 – Bus Rout Notice

Seabird Island bus stop will be temporarily moved.
The 22 Hope will pick up at the Esso station and then continue on to Hope and or Agassiz.

Please refer to the link attached for update and/or changes, new guidelines and regulations under “Alerts” July 2, 2020 – Flood Watch

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Community Notice – Recycling

July 1, 2020   Recycle Centers will no longer be accepting single-use blue bags. 

Any items that are not accepted will be left in the recycling bin.

Please refer to the laminated list of accepted and non-accepted item that were stapled to your recycling bin as well as the do’s and don’ts the team handed out door to door. If you do not have or misplaced your copy please contact the Public Works team at the Band Office.

Phone: Phentermine Orders Cod 604-796-2177 July 7, 2020 is the first recycling day in Seabird that the sanitation team will Order Phentermine 37.5 From Mexico not be accepting recycling in blue bags. If recycling is in a blue bag it will not be picked up. Please have all your recycling loose in your blue bin.


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June 25, 2020 – Road Closure

Seabird Island Road between Chowat Road and Charles Drive will be closed on Friday, June 26 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm for Grad.  There will be a detour around the soccer field.

We are delighted to have an opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of our 2020 graduating class.  Unfortunately, due to the Provincial Heath Officer’s order as well as the closure of Seabird Island Band to guests this is a closed event for those on the guest list only. 

If you have questions, please contact the school at 604-796-3061.

June 25, 2020 – Online Employment Training

June 24, 2020 Message from Chief Jim Harris

June 24, 2020

The 2020 Education Celebration and Awards 2020 are Cancelled due to the current restrictions of COVID 19.

All Grade 12 , Post-Secondary Graduate and Honour Roll students  will be contacted for arrangements to receive the gifts and incentives.

It will be arranged for the gifts and incentives to be picked up or mailed. 

If you have any questions contact Cindy Kelly or  604-997-3956 by telephone or text.

June 23, 2020 – FNHA Community COVID 19 Safety Planning Guide

June 15, 2020 – Message to Community

The FNHA Mobile App is now available from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, and we ask that you encourage those in your circle to download it today. 

As you know, FNHA strives to find the best ways possible to serve First Nations and Indigenous people in BC, and we are always exploring ways to better connect with those we serve. In response to feedback received from communities, we are excited to announce the launch of the new FNHA Mobile App.

The Mobile App creates the opportunity to receive direct information to support the health, wellness, and safety of BC First Nations. The current COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized the importance and value of immediate access to urgent and evolving information, and the Mobile App serves as a simple platform for important updates and resources.

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June 8, 2020

Notice to off-reserve
Seabird Island Band Members

Each band member off-reserve is eligible for a $100 (in Canadian dollars) gift card, in lieu of a hamper.   If you have not already done so, please send an email to, or call 604 796 6877, to provide your current address for mailing purposes.  Cards are being mailed out this week.  The opportunity is valid until the end of June, 2020.

Seabird Healthy living contest  

Seabird health will be hosting a virtual contest online –promoting safety, health and wellness and social distancing we have a contest opening on Facebook J

  • Please join the Seabird Nutrition page
  • We would like to see pictures and posts promoting wellness: physical activities,  gardening, healthy recipes self-care tips, traditional food preparation and more
  • Please limit 1 post per household per day
  • Contest will be open until June 22, 2020
  • Prizes include: 6 trout and 6 spring fishing rods and accessories from Kent Outdoors

For more info please contact the nutrition team at

604 796  6829

June 8, 2020

Please apply to the summer student jobs that you qualify.

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June 3, 2020

To Seabird Island Band members living outside the region and waiting for gift cards in lieu of COVID support hampers:

The gift cards have not yet been received, and have thus not yet gone in the mail.  We ordered the gift cards some weeks ago but are still awaiting delivery.  We apologize for this delay, and appreciate your understanding.  We are doing what we can to hasten them along.  As soon as we receive them, the labels and envelopes are ready to go.  Stay safe. 

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May 26, 2020
Loblaw / Superstore gift cards

The Loblaw / Superstore gift cards for off-reserve members were ordered but have not yet arrived at SIB.  The cards will be sent out, with registered mail, as soon as they arrive.  For those that live in the USA, please arrange that your card be sent to a family member in Canada, and that they then transfer the funds to you.  Only Loblaw / Superstore cards will be distributed.

Stay safe!

May 21, 2020
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School’s Out – Ewólem SeabirdJoin our Facebook page

For now, we are offering weekly challenges for the younger youth, supplies will be given for these. Under normal circumstances this program would be modeled similar to the drop-in youth program, after school drop in during the school year. In the summer, youth camps.

June 1st we will be doing a draw for a prize

Anyone who joins the page will be entered into the draw!!

May 20, 2020
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May 19, 2020
Notice to off-reserve Seabird Island Band Members

Firstly, SIB staff and Chief and Council hope that you are well, staying safe and yet connected to you and yours.  Thank you for doing your best to follow the guidelines communicated by your local health authority to stay safe and healthy. 

Seabird Island Band will be providing gift cards to Seabird Island Band members living off reserve.  The gift card will be in lieu of a hamper, in a gesture to support off-reserve Band members during the COVID pandemic.

One gift card will be issued per household.  Please send an email to, or call 604 796 6877, to provide your current address for mailing purposes.  The cards will be put in the mail by May 22, 2020.  (Please do not expect them the very next day – the postal service is dealing with Christmas-like volumes during this stay-at-home time!)

This will pass: keep in touch with your community and your loved ones!

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May 13, 2020
Seabird Island Approach with ISC Formula

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)
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The funding formula for First Nations as explained on the ISC website:

‘On-reserve and self-governing First Nations communities will receive funding directly from ISC. The amount provided to each community takes into account a base amount of $50,000 per community, the total number of people living in the community (based on the 2016 Census), and is then subject to possible adjustments based on remoteness (we are not considered remote) and Community Wellbeing index scores.’

This formula does not include off-reserve funding. Seabird Island Band has applied for off-reserve supports as well.

What the funding is intended for: view FULL document >>

May 12, 2020
Notice Seabird Island Community Members

Open Fire Ban
May 16, 2020 to September 30, 2020

Please be advised that an open burning ban will come into effect for Seabird on May 16th.

This does not include campfire ban this will take effect at a later date.

  • The ban will be in effect until Sept 30th (people will be able to burn again Oct 1st) unless we specify otherwise in the fall.
  • There will be no burn permits issued till after September 30th, 2020

Seabird Island Fire Dept.,
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Emergency call 911

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