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Education Department | Summer 2021 Newsletter

The Tk’emlups Education Department Summer 2021 Newsletter is out!  Highlights include program updates, student achievements, and more. We’d like to thank you for taking the time to keep up to date with our programs and services as well as celebrating the...

FNHA Air Purifier Support – 2021 Wildfire Season

FNHA has identified TteS as a First Nations community that qualifies for the FNHA Air Purifier Support Program. Due to limited quantities, priority and distribution of the purifiers will be based on the following FNHA eligibility: must be a TteS member living...

Sk’elep Food Sovereignty Program Feeds Evacuees

Q’wemtsín Health Society (QHS) and Sk’elep School of Excellence have been working in partnership on a food sovereignty program and are thrilled to be able to use products from that project to help feed evacuees from local forest fires. “The need for food sovereignty...

July 2 Update | Extreme Fire Risk

  From the Office of the Chief – On behalf of Council, I just wanted to reach out to membership regarding the extreme fire risk we are currently facing.  The severe heat remains, with no end in sight.  There were several fires last night and today on TteS lands...

Ceremonies and Events Postponed

Tk̓emlúps te Secwépemc Chief and Council have past a motion to postpone ceremonies and events surrounding Le Estcwéy̓ for the week of June 28 through July 5, 2021  due to the extreme heat wave and for the safety of all If anyone wants to access TteS during any...

June 29, 2021 C&C Update to Membership

  From the Office of the Chief – On behalf of Council, I wanted to provide membership an update.   Chief and Council’s top priority is always for the health and safety of community members and for those who wish to visit our monument at the Kamloops Indian...

hot • Hot • HOT

Meteorologists are calling for a “dangerous long duration heat wave.” Almost all of B.C. is now under this heat warning. Please note that these dangerously high temperatures are forecasted to last for at least the next two weeks. Daytime highs are...

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