Good Afternoon Chiefs, Leaders, Technicians, Caretakers and Friends,

We hope this finds you well.

Thank you for your participation in the engagements hosted by Alderhill Planning and the First Nations Leadership Council on the implementation of Bill C92: An Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Children, Youth and Families in B.C.

Following the completion of engagements in July of 2022, Alderhill has been working on compiling the What We Heard Reports from Phases One through Four of this work.

These What We Heard Reports are now complete and can be viewed on our
FNLC: Children and Families project page here.

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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

Video provided by BC Assembly of First Nations

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.

Seabird Island is honored to announce that it is the recipient of the

United Way Food Infrastructure Grant

The Food Infrastructure Grant is a one-time disbursement which will fund the development, implementation or improvement of food infrastructure to support year-round, long-term procurement, storage and distribution of fresh, traditional and other food and enhance community well-being.


United Way British Columbia acknowledges the homelands of the Indigenous Peoples of this place we now call British Columbia, and honours the many territorial keepers of the Lands on which we work.

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

Seabird Island takes care of everything on the land