We provide a vital link for First Nations people to access health and education services as well as create economic opportunities for First Nations people to build thriving First Nations families and communities.

Because of the support we receive from funders, granters, and public donations, the Seabird Island Band is able to provide high quality services that hundreds of First Nations people rely on every day. Our programs and services are found nowhere else in Canada, not for the uniqueness of the services or programs, but because of the approach used to offer those services.

The Seabird Island Band employs over 200 staff that are passionate about and dedicated to our vision and with each workday, they help build upon Seabird’s successes to create a prosperous, vibrant and healthy future for First Nations people. Learn more about our team.

Our vision

This vision of the future of Seabird Island was created in 2002 through the combined effort of Chief and Council and the Directors. Every year we revisit our vision to help us create Strategic Plans and Work Plans for the year.

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Who we serve

Seabird Island encompasses 200 homes housing 800+ residents. Our First Nations people are a mixture of both Stō:ló and Nlaka’pamux, and historically speak the Stō:ló dialect of Halq’émeylēm mixed with Nlaka’pamux.

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Our services

We offer more than 50 services, including Education, Employment & Social Assistance, Fitness & Nutrition, Health & Wellness, Housing, Membership, and Prenatal & Early Childhood.

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Careers @ Seabird

We are one of the largest employers in the Agassiz, British Columbia area. Join our team to help us work towards building a healthy, self-sufficient, self-governing, unified and educated community.

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