BCAFN Vaccine Dr. Point

BCAFN Knowledge Keeper Dr. Gwendolyn Point speaks about COVID-19 and the importance of getting the vaccine. Protect yourself, Elders, children and immune compromised family and community members.

Video provided by BC Assembly of First Nations

Important Day School Documents

We write to provide information regarding the Indian Day School class action. Since claims cannot be amended after they have been submitted, Claimants are strongly encouraged to carefully complete their Claim Form before submitting it to the Claims Administrator (Deloitte) to avoid delays. Claimants can reach Class Counsel for help at 1-844- 539-3815 or by email: dayschools@gowlingwlg.com. This contact information is also on the cover page of the Claim Form and on page 5 where the Claimants signs the form.

Please note that the deadline to submit a Claim Form is July 13, 2022, leaving approximately two months for Claimants to file their Claim Form. That said, the Settlement Agreement provides a possible extension period of six (6) months – extending the deadline to January 13, 2023.

How to connect to Seabird Island Members Website

Contact Seabird Island Membership @ 604-796-2177 or email: membership@seabirdisland.ca when emailing Membership you will need to send your Full Legal Name and Birth Date, if you are not comfortable with emailing your personal information, please call Membership services to confirm your identity and to set up your account. Accounts will ONLY be created for Seabird Island Band Members. Membership will provide you with a User Name and Password that you will use for the following steps to access the Seabird Members website.

Whistle Blower Policy & Public Feedback Form

Seabird Island official Facebook page


Seabird Island Youth Group


Seabird Island Recreation


Seabird Island Dental


Seabird Island Post Secondary


Nations Creations


Sqéwqel Gas Bar


Sqéwqel Development Corporation


Seabird Island Business Park


Seabird Island Employment Services


The Seabird Island Band exists to promote a healthier, self-sufficient, self-governing, unified and educated community. We believe that a healthy community is one that has achieved physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and cultural balance.

We work towards building a community where communal pride and respect are based on family values and respect for other people’s values, views and ideas. We want to co-exist with other communities and governments while exerting our right to be a self-governing nation.

We promote full employment, the development of our local economy, and improved housing conditions. We want our community to be a safe and prosperous place for our people. We aim at achieving a good standard of living for all our Band Members.

Xólhmetes mekw’ li te tém:éxwtset te Sq’éwqel

Seabird Island takes care of everything on the land